External link to A square with side length b flow ring around the z-axis freely It is attached to be rotatable. 2amper + X to this ring carrying ampere current with an intensity of B0 area has been applied. To the edg

A square with side length b flow ring around the z-axis freely It is attached to be rotatable. 2amper + X to this ring carrying ampere current with an intensity of B0 area has been applied. To the edg

A square with side length bflow ring around the z-axis freelyIt is attached to be rotatable. 2amper+ X to this ring carrying ampere currentwith an intensity of B0area has been applied. To the edges of the ringapplied forces andCalculate the torque it will create.

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Given the following ODE: Subject to the condition that y(0) = 0 and integrated from t = 0 to t = 3..

Given the following ODE:Subject to the condition that y(0) = 0 and integrated from t = 0 to t = 3.Write the calling code (main code) that defines the initial value of y, the time interval, calls the MATLAB ode45 solver, defines the exact solution from MATLAB built-in dsolve, and finally plots both the numerical and analytical solutions on one plot that shows the title […]

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1. Create a logical image array BW_greens (i.e., only black and white colors) with ‘nodither’…

1. Create a logical image array BW_greens (i.e., only black and white colors) with ‘nodither’ option.2. Read the cameraman.tif that is found in the MATLAB installed directory and assign it to an image array, named Cam Man. Your task is to create a white box (30 × 30 pixels) anywhere within the image and show the modified image, where the white box appears embossed within […]

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For the CamMan image matrix (Problem 4.5), carry out the following arithmetic operations on the…

For the CamMan image matrix (Problem 4.5), carry out the following arithmetic operations on the image array and see how the brightness is affected, accordingly:Problem 4.5Read the cameraman.tif that is found in the MATLAB installed directory and assign it to an image array, named Cam Man. Your task is to create a white box (30 × 30 pixels) anywhere within the image and show the […]

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Consider the continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) with entering fluid having concentration CA0 and

Consider the continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) with entering fluid having concentration CA0 and flow rate F, as shown in the figure below. A liquid-phase first-order reaction takes place: .The flow rate out is also F and the volume of the tank is V. If the tank is completely mixed, the concentration in the tank is CA and the concentration of the fluid leaving the […]

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Design a GUI that enables the user to convert from the engineering (American) to metric (SI) system.

Design a GUI that enables the user to convert from the engineering (American) to metric (SI) system of units for the following physical quantities: length, mass, density, volume, force, energy, speed, and power. Refer to any standard textbook in chemical engineering to pick up the proper unit(s) in the US and SI systems and the required conversion factor from and to the SI system

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In Exercise 2.12 you wrote a script m-file to compute the Injury Severity Score (ISS) given an array

In Exercise 2.12 you wrote a script m-file to compute the Injury Severity Score (ISS) given an array of 6 Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) values. Modify your solution so that it uses a function m-file rather than a script m-file. Specifically, the function should take an array of 6 AIS values as its only input argument, and produce the ISS value as its output. As […]

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1. A study indicates that 5% of American teenagers have tattoos. You randomly 2. A cell phone is…

1. A study indicates that 5% of American teenagers have tattoos. You randomly2. A cell phone is made from 45 components. Each component has a .003 probability of being defective. What is the probability that such a cell phone will not work perfectly3. A toy company manufactures toy robots. About 1 toy robot per 100 does not work. You purchase 40 toy robots. What is […]

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Convert the RGB image img_greens (Problem 4.1) into an indexed image indx_greens and colormap array.

Convert the RGB image img_greens (Problem 4.1) into an indexed image indx_greens and colormap array greens_map with n=16, 64, 128, and 256 (n must be _ 65,536).Problem 4.1)Read the following image files and assign an image and color map array for each via the following command1.       Why are both clrmap greens and clrmap snowflk empty matrices whereas clrmap_canoe is a 256×3 matrix? Apply the command […]

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Using the MATLAB Command Window and its built-in library functions (see Table 1.1), evaluate the…

Using the MATLAB Command Window and its built-in library functions (see Table 1.1), evaluate the following expressionsb) Given that , find the imaginary, real, and conjugate term of A c) Given that B = 1.5, find the cosine(B), sine(B), cosh(B), and sinh(B) d) Given that C = 2.345, find ceil(C), fix(C), floor(C), and round(C)E) Given that the angle is expressed in degrees as: deg_angle = […]

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1. Design a GUI such that it accepts the four parameters of a polynomial of third degree (ax 3 + bx.

1. Design a GUI such that it accepts the four parameters of a polynomial of third degree (ax 3 + bx 2 + cx + d = 0) and it returns the three possible roots 2. Design a GUI such that when clicking a push button the GUI will present the user with the current date and time. See online help for datestr(now) and date.

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In Exercise 3.6 you wrote a function to determine the indices of all peaks O9.A, O9.C and troughs in

In Exercise 3.6 you wrote a function to determine the indices of all peaks O9.A, O9.C and troughs in a given array, and demonstrated its use for gait analysis. Make a copy of your solution to Exercise 3.6 (or the one from the book’s web site) and adapt it so that there are two different functions that each identify the peaks and troughs, but in […]

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Methane and oxygen react in the presence of a catalyst to form formaldehyde. Consider the heat…

Methane and oxygen react in the presence of a catalyst to form formaldehyde. Consider the heat capacity data for methane (CH4) as f (T) where T is in K. Calculate the amount of heat needed to heat up 100 moles of methane gas from 300 to 900 K at constant pressure.

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. Estimate the speed up of the dynamic programming bottom-up evaluation of the Fibonacci code…

. Estimate the speed up of the dynamic programming bottom-up evaluation of the Fibonacci code compared with the previous recursive version. How many times faster is the new code? It may be advisable not to call the previous version with a value much higher than 30 or so.

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Steady-state catalytic chemical reactor (described by a single ODE). Your task as a design engineer.

Steady-state catalytic chemical reactor (described by a single ODE). Your task as a design engineer in a chemical company is to model a fixed bed reactor packed with the company proprietary catalyst of spherical shape. The catalyst is specific for the removal of a toxic gas at very low concentration in air, and the information provided from the catalytic division is that the reaction is […]

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Consider this actual calibration data for the vortex flow meter from the frictional losses…

Consider this actual calibration data for the vortex flow meter from the frictional losses experiment in junior lab:Use the simplest (straight-line) model to fit y = f(x). Find the regressed parameters, their 95% confidence interval, R2 , Adj-R2 , SSE, and RMSE. Plot the residuals and see if the errors are randomly distributed around their zero-value mean

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Read the greens.jpg that is found in the MATLAB-installed directory and assign it to an image array.

Read the greens.jpg that is found in the MATLAB-installed directory and assign it to an image array name dImg Greens. Your task is to create a black box (30 × 30 pixels) anywhere within the image and show the modified image, wherein the black box appears embossed within the image. Repeat the task three times, and each time create a box with a size of […]

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Write a MATLAB function m-file to determine the bounds of a gating window given an array of bellows.

Write a MATLAB function m-file to determine the bounds of a gating window given an array of bellows data acquired during a preparation phase and a desired scan efficiency. Write a short script m-file to read in the data in bellows.mat and call the function treating the first 5000 measurements as the signals from the preparation phase. Use a desired scan efficiency of 25%.

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Based on the results of these three tests, choose and apply appropriate hypothesis tests to…

Based on the results of these three tests, choose and apply appropriate hypothesis tests to determine ifthe ejection fractions of subjects with poor diets are significantly different to the ejection fractions of subjects with good diets;the ejection fractions of subjects with poor diets are significantly less than 50%.

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(a)Show that Eq. (10.110) (i.e., a catalytic chemical reactor under a steady-state, isothermal…

(a)Show that Eq. (10.110) (i.e., a catalytic chemical reactor under a steady-state, isothermal condition) has the solution of the formWhere Co is inlet concentration (mol/L) of toxic gas at z = 0.(b)Find the height of the fixed-bed reactor (expressed in m) such that the final concentration is equal to 1% of the initial value (i.e., C = 0.01 × Co). The fractional conversion is then […]

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(Hint: Look at the MATLAB documentation for the idivide and mod commands. These can be used to find.

(Hint: Look at the MATLAB documentation for the idivide and mod commands. These can be used to find the result and remainder after integer division, so if you use them with a denominator of 10 they will return the two digits of a decimal number. Because these two commands only work with integer values you will also need to know how to convert from floating […]

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This exercise is about using a Monte Carlo simulation to estimate the value of p. The method uses…

This exercise is about using a Monte Carlo simulation to estimate the value of _. The method uses random points chosen inside the unit square in the 2D Cartesian axes, i.e. 0 _ x _ 1 and 0 _ y _ 1. This is illustrated in the figure below which shows part of the unit circle and random points in the unit square.The method picks […]

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In Exercise 5.7 you wrote a MATLAB script m-file to determine the recommended drug dose based on the

In Exercise 5.7 you wrote a MATLAB script m-file to determine the recommended drug dose based on the results of a phase I clinical trial. This involved searching through a series of toxicity results for a number of cohorts of patients (with three in each cohort) to find the first instance in which two or more of the three patients experienced significant toxicity.Make a copy […]

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A laboratory study of convective heat transfer to a cylinder in cross-flow was conducted in a small.

A laboratory study of convective heat transfer to a cylinder in cross-flow was conducted in a small wind tunnel. The sensor was located at the forward stagnation line and tests were performed over a range of air speeds. For each test were the Reynolds (NRe) and Nus selt (NRe) numbers were calculated based on fluid, flow, and geometrical properties

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Write a MATLAB program that will read in an image from a file and dis- O8.C play it, and then allow.

Write a MATLAB program that will read in an image from a file and dis- O8.C play it, and then allow the user to annotate the image (i.e. add text strings to it at specified locations). To perform the annotation the user should be prompted to enter a string, then click their mouse in the image to indicate where they want the string to appear. […]

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A program should read in these data from the file, compute the EF for each patient, and select only.

A program should read in these data from the file, compute the EF for each patient, and select only those patients who have an EF outside the normal range. The patient ID, EDV, ESV and EF for only these abnormal patients should then be written to a new text file called at_risk.txt. The format of this new file should be as follows:

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Identify the trend between stacking fault energy and strain hardening coefficient, and then use…

Identify the trend between stacking fault energy and strain hardening coefficient, and then use it to predict which is likely to work harden more strongly: pure copper or pure nickel, the latter of which has a stacking fault energy of approximately 240 mJ/m2.

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