Looked through aslong as my eyes could stay open with all the letters, it's just a V with a dot above it to signify it's a volumetric flow rate and not a volume. I need MS equation editor too, it might be on that, however, stupid me left his XP CDs at home, oh crap!
I'll let you know when I understand it! It's something to do with working out the volumetric flow rate (i.e. volume of fluid, in this case air, through an area/given time) from pressures read from the manometer (pressure gauge) considering something else like densities etc. Not sure 100% yet, it's my lab report. We spent 3 hours getting results, it was so boring! I basically have to find the velocity profile (velocities accross a diameter) of a pipe - at the pipe walls, the friction on the fluid means it doesn't flow.
Blah blah blah...
Anyway, I managed to find I had installed eqn editor when I loaded XP (genius ).
I would send you some of the notes Kirsty but it would cause sleepiness lol
I never got along with biog, could do it very well and if i had more interest, I would I suppose have done medicine as I think I said to you before. Biology is just pointless learning IMO, physics, chemistry and maths (not so much maths) is thinking logically. The feeling of it making sense is wicked
SO far chem eng has been everything I enjoyed in physics, chemistry and maths in one.
If you want boring Tom, in terms of doing stupid stuff time and time again, you should have done D1 (decisions) for your A level maths, I did it in my further maths AS before I failed to get into Oxford (which meant I decided not to take the exam a few weeks before the end of year 13). Basically you can learn 2 methods on how to sort out numbers in ascending/descending order or how to visit every node on a map once without repeating any routes, wahoo, exciting! lol *sarcasm*