Converging nozzle problem

Converging nozzle problem - 261 °F and p 1 = 14.51 psia,...

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Air at 145 psia and 1100 F enters a convergin nozzle with a velocity of 492 ft/s (335 mph). Determine the mass flow rate through the nozzle with a throat area of 7.7 in2 when the back is a) 100 psia, b) 58 psia Converging nozzle
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Solution: Assumptions: 1) Air is ideal gas with constant specific heats at room temperature 2) Flow through nozzle is steady, 1-D, isentropic Properties: 1) Cp = 0.2404 BTU/lbm∙R = 6019 ft2/s2∙R 2) γ = 1.4
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Air enters a duct with a varying flow area at T1 =
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Unformatted text preview: 261 °F and p 1 = 14.51 psia, and M 1 = 0.3. Assuming steady isentropic flow, determine T 2 , p 2 , and M 2 at a location where the flow area has been reduced by 20%. Converging nozzle Solution: Assumptions: 1) Air is ideal gas with constant specific heats at room temperature 2) Flow through nozzle is steady, 1-D, isentropic Properties: 1) Cp = 0.2404 BTU/lbm∙R = 6019 ft2/s2∙R 2) γ = 1.4...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course EML 4034c taught by Professor Abbitt during the Spring '12 term at University of Florida.

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