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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: International Building Code, Association For Library Service To Children, Environmental Engineering

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Civil and environmental engineering licensure - manuals, codes and software. Protect the engineer due to engineer"s liability in design and constructio
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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Atmospheric Pressure, Pressure Measurement, Shear Force

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ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Shear Stress, Stress (Mechanics)

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Static concept - when a body is at rest with no movement o it moves with constant velocity (acceleration is zero) the resultant of all forces is zero (
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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Kinetic Energy, Internal Energy, Thermodynamics

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Deals with energy transfers to the system and surroundings. Kinetic energy (- energy due to translational motion. Potential energy (- energy due to pos
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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Heat Flux, Thermal Conductivity

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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: African Great Lakes, Lake Baikal, Water Security

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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ductility, Space Frame

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Static loads - stationary forces or weights that do not change in position or magnitude over time. Ex) building frames, machine loads on the floor, sno
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UCONNENGR 1166Adrian WeidmannSpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 part 2

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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fluid Mechanics, Mechanical Energy, Viscosity

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UCONNENGR 1166Adrian WeidmannSpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Metrication, Metric Prefix, Systems Engineering

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Identify physical quantities in terms of dimensions and units. Understand the use of non-si dimensional systems (gravitational and absolute) Systematic
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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vadose Zone, Water Cycle, Environmental Engineering

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Introduction to environmental engineering - ground water flow. Groundwater is a reservoir in the hydrologic cycle. Precipitation infiltration, percolat
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UCONNENGR 1166Dean BurkeySpring

ENGR 1166 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Transportation Engineering, Gross Domestic Product, Fuel Efficiency

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