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Unformatted text preview: ich has units of Joules/s‐kg. If we multiply it by ρ and dV we will have units of Joules/s which is what we want, so the rate of heat addition by these processes is There is also a mechanism through which friction effects from viscosity add heat to the flow. The details . The of this are deferred to the end of the course, so for now we simply represent them as total rate of heat addition to V is then The work done on an object is the force applied to the object multiplied by the distance it moves parallel to the force ∙ For the rate of work we divide by time ∙ A...
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