Test 3 - Name Final Exam Fall 2009 Instructions*THE VT...

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Name Final Exam Fall 2009 Instructions ***THE VT HONOR CODE APPLIES TO THIS TEST. BY TAKING THE TEST, YOU ARE PLEDGING TO FOLLOW THAT CODE*** OPEN BOOK, OPEN NOTES (YOURS ONLY) 120 minutes Timed Assessment This Test has a 2 hour timer.The elapsed time appears at the top right of the window. A 1 minute warning will be displayed. Multiple Attempts Not allowed. This Test can only be taken once. Force Completion This Test must be completed now. Question Completion Status: Question 1 8 points Save The pressure drop in a 600 ft. length of 3 ft. diameter pipe transporting water at 60F is to be limited to 30 psi. The maximum flow rate that can be accepted is about: 750 ft 3 /sec. 375 ft 3 /sec. 1500 ft 3 /sec. 100 ft 3 /sec. Question 2 8 points Save An onshore wind blowing at 60 km/hr can be assumed to produce a zero boundary layer thickness at a distance of 100 km out from the beach. The boundary layer thickness at water's edge will be about: 230 m. 23m.
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2300 m. 1000 m. Question 3 8 points Save It's a cold and windy night in Blacksburg. The outside temperature is 5C, and the wind produces a convection heat transfer
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