Unformatted text preview: μ is viscosity, and k is thermal conductivity. For a particular fluid, C p = 0.583 kJ/(kg)( o C) μ = 2.88x10 4 g/(cm)(hour) k = 0.286 watt/(m)( o C) Calculate the numerical value of the Prandtl Number. 3. (40 points) What is the gauge pressure, in pounds per square inch gauge, at the bottom of a 450 centimeter column of a liquid with SG = 1.60 20/4?...
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- Spring '08
- Heat Transfer, Pound-force, 1.00 ft, 0.286 watt, 0.583 kJ