Chapter 8 Internal Forced Convection C 1.08 ° = ° ⋅ × = ρ η = Δ → Δ ρ = ) C kJ/kg 229 . 4 ( /s) m 5 . 1 )( kg/m 6 . 950 ( kJ/s) (10,017 0.65 3 3 in elect, motor-pump elect p p C V W T T C V W Therefore, the temperature of water will rise at least 1.08 ° C, which is more than the 0.5 ° C drop in temperature (in reality, the temperature rise will be more since the energy dissipation due to pump inefficiency will also appear as temperature rise of water). Thus we conclude that the frictional heating
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