Unformatted text preview: y • = – 9 + y(t) + u(t) d(t) + 4 u(t) b. & VC p T • (t) = q F & C p (T F (t)–T(t)) – K q J (t) 0.8 A (T(t) – T J ) where T(t) is the output of a system, T F (t) a temperature disturbance, and q J (t) is the input (volumetric flow rate into a cooling jacket). All variables that do not include the argument "t" may be assumed constant. All variables are defined in problem 2.8 of the textbook. c. & VC p T • (t) = q F (t) & C p (T F (t)–T(t)) + UA ((f s (P s ) – T(t)) where P s is a constant. All variables are defined in problem 2.9 of the textbook. d. ’ dh dt = q i (t) – C v m g R MA(H–h(t)) T(t) + & gh(t) – P a where P s is assumed constant. All variables that do not include the argument "t" may be assumed constant. All variables are defined in problem 2.4 of the textbook....
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 Spring '10
 Crissale
 Thermodynamics, Trigraph, Mass flow rate

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