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ESSE 2470 Lecture Notes - Continuum Mechanics, Modulus Guitars, Formula 4

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25 Mar 2014
70
Lab #3: beam bending: march 8 and 15, 2011 14:30-17:30 @ pse 133. Case 1: beam is supported at both ends and single load at the centre: first find the
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Seismic Wave, Toothpaste, Lithosphere

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3 Nov 2011
56
Physical basis of plate techtonics: the upper and lower mantle are viscous solids, the lithosphere is a brittle solid, distinction between viscous and
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YORKESSE 2470allWinter

thaslim_lab4.docx

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25 Mar 2014
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The purpose of this lab was to verify the hooke"s law sigma = * e. A 4 kg weight is attached the rubber for which the length (l), width (w) and the thi
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Protostar, Solar System

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3 Nov 2011
73
A cloud of interstellar gas/dust, the solar nebula , including material formed in previous generations of stars, is disturbed (for example, by the shoc
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Erosion Surface, Metamorphic Rock, Nonconformist

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3 Nov 2011
36
Need the ratio p0/p, but p0 cannot be measured. Recall that d = p0 p p0 = p + d. Equation becomes t = (1/ ) ln [(p+d)/p] P0 p t=0 t1 t2 t3 (now) t = ti
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Buoyancy, Basalt, Volcanism

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3 Nov 2011
41
Mantle response: viscous flow in the warm interior, brittle fracture in the cold outer 100km. Same material above and below but different theology due
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YORKESSE 2470allWinter

ESSE 2470 Lecture Notes - Del2, Subroutine

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25 Mar 2014
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YORKESSE 2470allWinter

ESSE 2470 Lecture Notes - Continuum Mechanics, Barclays Africa Group, Fortran

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25 Mar 2014
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lithosphere, Paleomagnetism, Magnetite

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3 Nov 2011
43
A record of the prevailing magnetic field is frozen into rocks at the time they first solidify from the molten state. How do rocks get magnetized: must
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Magnetite, Curie Temperature, Paleomagnetism

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3 Nov 2011
29
Above the tc, the curie temperature, magnetic minerals (e. g. magnetite) lose their magnetic properties (atomic dipoles become randomized, no longer li
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YORKESSE 1010Gary JarvisFall

ESSE 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Radio National, Geochronology, Atomic Number

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3 Nov 2011
46
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YORKESSE 3020Anthony AnthonyWinter

problem set 1_part 2.docx

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19 Apr 2013
26
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