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Proyecto Termodinámica Integrantes: Ruiz Morales Alejandro Mendoza Camacho Ramses Lopez Resendiz Emma ¿Qué es? Cañón de papas Es un cañón que consiste en una combustión por medio de una reacción química en el tubo la cual logra disparar el proyectil (en este caso una papa), de forma rápida. Su principio se base en el de una maquina térmica, en este tipo de dispositivos se aprovecha la energía para realizar un trabajo, mecánico en este caso. Materiales Costo (Peso mexicano) -Tubo de PVC de 60cm de 3 pulgadas $ 30.00 -Tubo de PVC de 50 cm de 1 pulgada $ 18.00 -2 coplee reductores de 3 a 1 pulgadas $ 41.00 -1 válvula de 1 pulgada $ 53.91 -Cemento para PVC $ 54.00 -1 coplee “y” $ 20.50 -1 encendedor eléctrico $ 32.00 -Desodorante aerosol
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  • Fall '17
  • Yazmin
  • Combustion, Papa, Reacción química, Ruiz Morales Alejandro, Lopez Resendiz Emma

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