Location:

Time:

Engineering 1B77

Time:

MWF 12:30-1:20

Final Examination in 2B52 on
December 8 at 2:00 PM

**Examinable Material**

Chapter 3: All including Additional Topics, except Section 3.7.6

Chapter 4: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 (not derivation), 4.6, 4.7.1 and 4.7.2 (No mathematical derivations, general principles and understanding of the equations), 4.8.1

Chapter 5: 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.7

Chapter 6: 6.1, 6.3, 6.4, 6.6.1, 6.6.2, 6.7, 6.8, 6.10

**Part A: Closed Book.
Part B: Open Book. Kasap's any edition textbook only (or equivalent). You are
also allowed one 3-ring binder in which you can put your notes, solutions to
assignments etc. whatever you like.**

**SAMPLE EXAMS**

**No longer provided**

**IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE FINAL EXAM (2107)**

PART A

Time allowed: Part A is
nominally 1.5 hour.

Total time allowed: 3 hours for Parts A and B

*Instructions**:*
Closed book examination. No calculators and computers are allowed for this part.
*You must answer the first question and then choose 2 from *4
(Questions 2 to 5). * *If
you answer more than 3 questions, only the first three will be marked.
All questions carry equal
marks. All answers must be given in conventional units. All sketches must
be clearly labeled and self-explanatory. Diagrams that are not properly and
clearly labeled and are subject to ambiguity will be heavily penalized. State
clearly all assumptions made in your derivations. Write your answers in the
answer book.

*Note: You must hand in
this exam question book (Part A) before you can start on Part B.*

*Note: You may spend
more or less time on Part A; but the total exam time is 3 hours*

*
Note: You are NOT allowed to listen to any audio devices. e.g. CD players. No
calculators*

**
PART B**

Part B
is nominally 1.5 hour.

Total time allowed: 3 hours for Parts A and B together

*
Instructions:* Open book examination. Only the course textbooks and one
three-ring binder containing course notes and handouts are allowed. Calculators
are allowed. Laptop computers are not allowed.

*
Note:*
*Answer Question 1 and then any 2 from Questions 2 to 4. *If you answer
more than 3 questions, only the first three will be marked. All questions carry
equal marks. Marks for a part–question depend on the difficulty of the question.
All answers must be given in conventional units. State clearly all assumptions
made in your derivations. Method of solution must be clearly shown. Numerical
mistakes, incorrect, unconventional or missing units will be heavily penalized.
Mention the source of materials data used.

*
Note: *No laptop or similar computers allowed.

*
Important: You must hand in Part A before you can start Part B.*
Write your answers in the answer book. *You may spend more or less time on
Part B; but the total exam time is 3 hours.*