Storm Water Management Storm Water Management Storm water is rain or snow melt that does not soak into the ground. It flows from rooftops, across paved areas and through sloped lawns. Storm water picks up pollutants as it goes.By benjamin
Household Hazardous Waste. Household batteries, oils, fluorescent light bulbs, paints, solvents, pesticides, fertilizers, automotive fluids, should not be thrown in the trash or brought to the Lab. Take them to your nearest county household hazardous waste collection areas for FREE!By casimir
Oil/Oil Sands. By Kaylee,Kendyl,Kyle. Did you know?. Did you know?. The typical Canadian uses an average of 26.9 barrels of oil in the form, of petroleum byproducts every year.By edita
Storm Water Management. Storm Water Management. Storm water is rain or snow melt that does not soak into the ground. It flows from rooftops, across paved areas and through sloped lawns. Storm water picks up pollutants as it goes.By kiona-dotson
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Automotive Fluids. Intro to Automotives. Introduction. Fluids perform four main functions… Cooling Cleaning Lubricating Sealing Objectives… Identify different fluids Perform Fluid Level Checks Analyze Fluid Conditions. Engine Oil. Check: Each time you fill up Change:
Fluids. pH conductivity production mechanism enzymes hormones important signals isolation tools. Blood. pH: 7.35 – 7.45 Constituents: RBC – 45% WBC – 0.7% Platelets Plasma – 54.3 % 92% Water 8% Blood plasma proteins Purification: centrifugation. Human Blood. Plasma Analytes :
PRESENTATION OUTLINE. Basic Definitions Of Fluids Basic Equations Of Fluids Constitutive equations of Fluids Basic Assumptions Of Fluids Derivation of Navier-Stokes-Duhem Equation Applications Example problem Homework Problem References. BASIC DEFINITIONS OF FLUIDS. Stress
Fluids. BELLWORK : What does it mean to be fluid?. Bellwork – 01/24/17. You are on an ice-covered pond and the ice starts to crack – what do you do?. Bellwork – 02/01/16. On ice and it starts to crack – what do you do? Lay down flat Distributes weight over more surface area.
Fluids. States of Matter Phase Changes Density Pressure Pascal’s Principle Buoyant Force Archimedes’ Principle. Bernoulli’s Principle Torricelli’s principle Viscosity Turbulence Cohesion Adhesion Surface Tension. States of Matter.
Fluids. Chapter 11. Why Does Something Float?. 11.1 Mass Density. In this chapter, we discuss the behavior of fluids. Fluids by definition, include both gases and liquids Mass density is the mass per unit volume of a liquid or gas
Fluids. AP Physics Chapter 10. Fluids. 10.1 States of Matter. 10.1 States of Matter. Solid – fixed shape, fixed size Liquid – shape of container, fixed size Gas – shape of container, volume of container Fluids – have the ability to flow (liquids and gases). 10.1. Fluids.
Fluids. BELLWORK : What does it mean to be fluid?. BELLWORK - Pressure. What is pressure?. BELLWORK - Pressure. What is pressure? Feeling forced to do something A force needed to squash an object Force exerted per unit area of a surface. TN Standards.
Fluids. Static fluids Bernoulli’s equation fluids. Are you here?. Yes No. Did you attempt any questions on the Torque handout?. Yes No Abstain. What is the r?. 2m 3m 5m. What’s the angle?. 30 degrees 60 90 120 150 180 zero. Where is pressure biggest?. Under the fat cylinder
Fluids. AP Physics B. Fluids. A fluid is anything that can flow Liquids Gases. Density review. r = m / V r : density (kg/m 3 ) m: mass (kg) V: volume (m 3 ) r is the Greek letter “rho”; it is NOT a P! Capital P is pressure. Lowercase p is momentum (you’ll learn later).