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Sean Daugherty

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  1. I'm trying to figure out the convection coefficent between aluminum 4032 and steel in w/m^2*k 400w-500w? No Reason being I'm running a simulation of a thermal loaded aluminium detail, that is in contact with a steel plae. The upper part is heated by an external source. I need the temperatire of the aluminum piece near the contact spot, but I need the coefficient of thermal convection around 800w/m^2.k?
  2. I'm trying to figure out the convection coefficent between aluminum 4032 and steel in w/m^2*k 400w-500w? No Reason being I'm running a simulation of a thermal loaded aluminium detail, that is in contact with a steel plae. The upper part is heated by an external source. I need the temperatire of the aluminum piece near the contact spot, but I need the coefficient of thermal convection around 800w/m^2.k?
  3. I have talked with a few members of this program and it is under overhaul to make it a ME programs and less of a autocad program.
  4. I have a vast education, mainly because I do not like coming across anything I can not fix, or do not know how to fix. B.S. Computer Engineering B.S. Electrical Engineering A.T. Welding Technology A.T. Diesel Technology So I'm looking at pursuing a Masters in Mech. Engin. and I'm wondering if this class is even worth my time. To me it kinda just seems like a computer CAD programm and not mechanical engineering. http://www.bates.ctc.edu/MechanicalEngineer
  5. Hench why they use turbo charges on almost all diesle engines, to force induction and maximize compression
  6. Welcome to the forums Sean Daugherty :)

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