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Advanced Engineering project management

Advanced Engineering project management  ………………………………………………….. For a custom paper on the above topic, place your order now! What We Offer: • On-time delivery guarantee • PhD-level writers • Automatic plagiarism check • 100% money-back guarantee • 100% Privacy and Confidentiality • High Quality custom-written papers

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A resonant wavelength of 589 nm for the 2S (2s)  2P (3p) transition in Na has been measured in a laboratory instrument. However, a measurement using a space telescope directed towards a nearby galaxy has identified that the same transition at 595 nm. How fast is the galaxy moving relative to us? Justify the answer by clearly explaining the calculation required

Molecular Spectroscopy assessment The lifetime of the 2P excited-electronic state of Na is 16ns. What is the minimum width of the 2S (2s)       2P (3p) transition that could be observed in an emission spectrum of Na. [2]   A resonant wavelength of 589 nm for the 2S (2s)  2P (3p) transition in Na has […]

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Global Engineering Strategy Management

Important Notes:– The writer must be expert and specialist in Global Engineering Strategy– Before start the work, read the course work carefully and select the company which can be used to achieve the course work tasks exactly. Send me three companies names and to be in this format (Company name-City-Country) and I need to get […]

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An IT solution is required which will simplify and automate the procedures for ordering and maintaining stock levels. In particular the system should take advantage of new technology for example data communications, hand held devices for recording stock, computerised tills and barcode reading devices

Task A You are strongly recommended to read the instructions and project brief carefully before you begin. An IT solution is required which will simplify and automate the procedures for ordering and maintaining stock levels. In particular the system should take advantage of new technology for example data communications, hand held devices for recording stock, computerised tills […]

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FIRЕ ЕNGINNЕRING

FIRЕ ЕNGINNЕRING Topic of my dissertation Method will be used Expected Outcomes Strategies of smoke control system in high rise buildings   Theoretic analysis Zone models Computational fluid dynamic computer software   Review of current technology of smoke control system in high rise buildings;   Analysis and comparison of performance Validation of       zone models;   […]

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Kolmogorov scale of velocity in homogeneous turbulence depends on the kinematic viscosity coefficient v [m2/s], specific dissipation rate [J/(kg s)] and, maybe, of fluid density [kg/m3]. Obtain the formula for this dependence using the dimensional analysis

Assignment Details  Answer ALL questions.  The marks for each question are shown in square brackets “[ ]” next to the question. Classical Mechanics of Fluids (25 marks)   1.1. The Navier-Stokes equations govern fluid flow in fires and fire protection systems. It is the foundation for water flows, gas flows, and fire simulations and modelling. […]

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Fire plumes are important in fire dynamics. Using a solid fuel fire at the centre of a compartment as an example, explain the characteristics of a fire plume and generalise the axisymmetric plume model for calculating the smoke production rate and temperature along the axis of the fire plume

Assignment Details  Answer ALL questions.  The marks for each question are shown in square brackets “[ ]” next to the question. Classical Mechanics of Fluids (25 marks)   1.1. The Navier-Stokes equations govern fluid flow in fires and fire protection systems. It is the foundation for water flows, gas flows, and fire simulations and modelling. […]

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A pressure meter is calibrated using a Venturi meter attached to a small orifice at the bottom of a water tank. The cross-section areas of the wide and narrow parts of the Venturi meter are of 6 cm2 and 2 cm2 correspondingly. What should be the pressure drop between the wide and narrow parts of the Venturi meter, when the water level in the tank is 8.2 m? Please assume the Venturi meter is installed with pipes of cross-sectional area of 6 cm2 and the pipe finally discharges to open air at the outlet

Assignment Details  Answer ALL questions.  The marks for each question are shown in square brackets “[ ]” next to the question. Classical Mechanics of Fluids (25 marks)   1.1. The Navier-Stokes equations govern fluid flow in fires and fire protection systems. It is the foundation for water flows, gas flows, and fire simulations and modelling. […]

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In vitro synthetic biology: surface modified, 3D printed molecule machines

Title of project: In vitro synthetic biology: surface modified, 3D printed molecule machines   Introduction This PhD proposal focuses on the development of 3D printer compatible chemical linkers to enable functional biomolecules (or any type of macromolecule) to be printed onto the surfaces of 3D printed objects during their production. The potential impacts of this […]

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