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Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab Manual
Basic knowledge about fluid mechanics is required in various areas of water resources engineering such as designing hydraulic structures and turbomachinery. The applied fluid mechanics laboratory course is designed to enhance civil engineering students’ understanding and knowledge of experimental methods and the basic principle of fluid mechanics and apply those concepts in practice. 
AC Electrical Circuit Analysis A Practical Approach
Welcome to the AC Electrical Circuit Analysis, an open educational resource (OER). The goal of this text is to introduce the theory and practical application of analysis of AC electrical circuits. It assumes familiarity with DC circuit analysis. If you have not studied DC circuit analysis, it is strongly recommended that you read the companion text, DC Electrical Circuit Analysis before continuing. 
DC Electrical Circuit Analysis A Practical Approach
The text begins with coverage of scientific and engineering notation along with the metric system. Also included is a discussion of the scientific method, the underpinning of our entire system of investigation and technology. From there, basic concepts and quantities are introduced such as charge, current, energy, power and voltage. 
Biosystems Engineering Book Introduction
The discipline of Biosystems Engineering emerged in the1990s from the traditional strongholds of Agricultural and Food Engineering with the goal of advancing engineering solutions toward creating a sustainable world with abundant food, water, and energy, while maintaining a healthy environment. 
Thrown Javelin Flight Dynamics Physics Graphical Simulator
This model simulates the throw of a javelin with no spin and no wind in a vertical plane. This is a simplified situation to be able to analyze the pure dynamics of a javelin throw. The user can change several initial conditions including velocity, angle of the javelin (theta), angle of the velocity vector (phi), angle of attack (phi), and angular velocity (omega). 
Roller Coaster Physics Graphical Simulator
This simulation simulates motion along a constrained path, such as what a roller coaster would take (assuming it has safety wheels to keep it on the track in “upsidedown” situations, of course). The simulation offers a chance to explore a number of concepts associated with roller coaster physics, including conservation of energy, reaction forces, motion in a vertical plane and friction. 


