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### CEE 320 - Anne Goodchild - Fall 2010 - Homework 3 Solutions

Course: CEE 320, Fall 2010
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6.1 Determine Problem the hourly volume. BFFS := 65 fLW := 1.9 fLC := 0.80 fN := 0.0 fID := 0.0 FFS := BFFS - fLW - fLC - fN - fID vp := 1616 PT := 0.10 ET := 2.5 1 fHV := 1 + P T E T - 1 FFS = 62.3 (given) (Table 6.3) (Table 6.4) (Table 6.5) (Table 6.6) (Eq. 6.2) (Table 6.1, by interpolation) (given) (Table 6.8) ( ) fHV = 0.87 (Eq. 6.5) PHF := 0.90 V := vp PHF N fHV fp fp := 1.0 N := 3 V = 3794...

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