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# hw12bsol-dist - Solutions CBE 320 Transport Phenomena...

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CBE 320 November 16, 2009 Transport Phenomena Problem Session XII Part B: Macroscopic Balances for Nonisothermal Systems 1. Work problem 15A.1 in BSL 2. Work problem 15A.2 in BSL 3. Work problem 15A.4 in BSL 4. Chilling Oil with an Ice Bath An incompressible oil is to be chilled using an ice bath as indicated in the figure below. Your job is to calculate the required tube length . The oil flows through the tube (I.D. 0.003175 m), entering the bath at T b 1 = 25 C. The oil is to leave the bath at T b 2 = 10 C. The oil mass flow rate is 0.01 kg/s. Since the bath is well-stirred, it is

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