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Additional ME309 Practice Problems Page 1 of 1 Problems Answers Conservation of Mass: Prob. 4.29 2 3 sin 3 m g h w ρ θ μ = d Prob. 4.35 5.0 m/s Prob. 4.37 -1.33 lbm/s or 0.181 gal/s Prob. 4.48 1.42 kg/s Linear Momentum Equation: Prob. 4.67 51 m/s, 18 m/s, 67.1 m/s Prob. 4.86 22 ft/s, 12.6 psi Prob. 4.91 0.141 m 3 /s, -1.65 kN(to left), -1.34 kN (down) Prob. 4.102 1 2 sin ; 1 1 2 1 x R V wh α - = = - - - - Prob. 4.108 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 ; 2 ; 3.56 N (upward) z z V V gh R V A V gh R = + = + = Prob. 4.134 ½; -7.46 N (to left)
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Unformatted text preview: Prob. 4.170 1 1 2 1 U V VAt M =- + Prob. 4.171 138 m/s; 1085 m Bernoullis Equation: Prob. 6.46 227 kPa (gage); 148 kPa (gage) Prob. 6.58 5.54 kPa; 0.933 Prob. 6.65 7.11 psi; 12.9 lbf (on the pipe to the right) Prob. 6.77 11.4 psi; 14.1 lbf Conservation of Energy: Prob. 4.202 -146 Btu/s (heat transfer out of CV) Prob. 4.206 94.5 m/s; -739 kW (input)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2010 for the course ME 309 taught by Professor Merkle during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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