# HW1Soln - CHE 190 Fall 2004 GL Young Homework Assignment #1...

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Unformatted text preview: CHE 190 Fall 2004 GL Young Homework Assignment #1 Solution Problem 6.1 Assume no heat transfer. Use the equation at the end of example 1 (top of page 75) in Chapter 6 ( ) s m m s m v in 3 . 4 25 . 4 21 . 2 3 = = , ( ) s m m s m v out 1 . 17 152 . 4 21 . 2 3 = = Hg mm Hg m Hg m Hg m P in 610 61 . 15 . b 760 . = = = kPa Hg mm kPa x Hg mm P in 3 . 81 760 10 10325 . 1 610 3 = = ( ) 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 1025 10 3 . 81 10 175 8 . 1 81 . 9 2 3 . 4 1 . 17 021 . 1025 m kg Pa x Pa x m m s m s m s m s m m kg W s + + = & kW W x W s 53 10 53 3 = = & Problem 15.4 Solve 1 st for the q from the celotex surface at 340K to the environment ( ) W m K m W m mK W m q x 6 . 2011 1 45 1 1 9 . 42 00635 . 95K 2- 40K 3 2 2 2 = + = Determine the insulation thickness from the entire thermal network ( ) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 45 1 1 mK W 069 . 1 mK W 9 . 42 00635 ....
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HW1Soln - CHE 190 Fall 2004 GL Young Homework Assignment #1...

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