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Unformatted text preview: 12/1/10 Physics 121 1 12/1/10 Physics 121 2 Fdrag = 8 μLv 12/1/10 Physics 121 3 Drag force Flow in 12/1/10 Flow out Pressure force Pressure force Physics 121 upstream downstream 4 P A = 8 μ Lv Fdrag Pupstream AL 12/1/10 Q P A = 8 μL A Pdownstream AR Physics 121 8 μL 8μL P= Q= Q 2 4 R A P = ZQ 5 12/1/10 Physics 121 9 12/1/10 Physics 121 10 12/1/10 Physics 121 11 m1 T1 = m2 T2 m1 (T f T1 ) = m2 (T2 Tf ) m1T f m1T1 = m2T2 the changes in temp are opposite— one goes up the other goes down m2 T f m1T f + m2T f = m1T1 + m2T2 m1T1 + m2T2 m1 m2 T1 + T2 Tf = = m1 + m2 M M 12/1/10 Physics 121 14 m1 T1 = m2 T2 12/1/10 Physics 121 15 12/1/10 Physics 121 16 m1c1 T1 = m2 c2 T2 12/1/10 Physics 121 18 Q=C T C = mc 12/1/10 Physics 121 19 12/1/10 Physics 121 20 Q = m1c1 T1 = m1c1 (T f T1i ) Q = m2 c2 T2 = m2 c2 (T f T2i ) m1c1 (T f T1i ) = m2 c2 (T f T2i ) m1c1 (T f T1 ) = m2 c2 (T2 T f ) m1c1T1 + m2 c2T2 Tf = m1c1 + m2 c2 12/1/10 Physics 121 21 ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course PHYSICS 121 taught by Professor Shawhan during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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