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Unformatted text preview: T . T . . C where . . dT T C . p . . T . . T T p + = + + = Determine the outlet temperature under reversible conditions using Polymath. [Do the indicated integration before applying Polymath.] 4. In predicting the scale-down performance of a condenser in which an organic is condensed using cooling water, the following equations must be solved simultaneously for M , the ratio of oil flow rate at the scaled-up case to the original case, and T 2 , the outlet temperature of the oil. ) T ( M 30 10 = = T ln ) T ( M . . 150 120 30 85 54 8 Using Polymath and Mathcad, determine the values of M and T for a starting point of M = 1 and T = 50 o C....
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course CHE 230 taught by Professor Stinespring during the Spring '10 term at WVU.
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