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Course: ENGR 212, Fall 2008
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212-503 Conservation ENGR Principles in Thermal Sciences Problem Set #8 Steady ow devices Date distributed : 10.15.2003 Date due : 10.22.2003 at 5:00 pm Return your solution either in class or in my mail box (WERC Rm. 235H) by the date shown above. Please show all your work and follow the rules in outlined the course syllabus. 1 Problems from Chapter 5 Work problems 66e, 69C, 74, 75, 79E, 87, 88E, 93, 99, 110,...

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212-503 Conservation ENGR Principles in Thermal Sciences Problem Set #8 Steady ow devices Date distributed : 10.15.2003 Date due : 10.22.2003 at 5:00 pm Return your solution either in class or in my mail box (WERC Rm. 235H) by the date shown above. Please show all your work and follow the rules in outlined the course syllabus. 1 Problems from Chapter 5 Work problems 66e, 69C, 74, 75, 79E, 87, 88E, 93, 99, 110, and 131. Note that the answer to 79E is about 20 R too low; that is, the answer to 79E should be 801 R. CIVIL WERC Rm. 235H College Station, Texas 77843-3136 (979) 845-4517
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