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### Thermodynamics Chapter 5 Review Notes

Course: MEE 350, Spring 2008
School: N. Illinois
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5 Chapter Review Notes: 5.1 Conservation of mass - For a closed system: the mass must remain constant - For a Control Volume mass can enter and leave the system so we must keep track of how much mass is entering and leaving the system Mass and Volume Flow Rates Mass Flow rate the amount of mass flowing through a cross section per unit time. m Vn dAc m m Vn dAc Ac Ac *Note: is used for quantities with...

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