Homework 04 Solution

Homework 04 Solution

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Unformatted text preview: .7% acetone 26% water 46% methanol 53.9% e thanol 39.1% acetone 4.3% water 2.6% b2 methanol 3.7% e thanol 48.1% d3 = 50 kgmol/hr methanol 1.0% e thanol 10.2% acetone 32.0% water 56.8% b3 methanol 0.2% e thanol 1.8% acetone 22.0% water 76.0% 4.1. Text Problem A.24 In this problem, we have three regimes that need to be modeled separately, and we can do this in one piece of code by using an if/elseif/else structure. If 0.0 < h < 0.6 m, then V = π h 2(3r-h )/3 If 0.6 < h < 2.0 m, then V = 2π r3/3 + 2π r(h -r) If 2.0 < h < 2.8 m, then V = 2π r3/3 + 2π r(1.4) + π r2(0.8)/3 – π (r/0.8)2(2.8-h)3/3 function [V] = Vfuel(h) %Vfuel returns the volume of a fuel tank that has a liquid lev...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2014 for the course CHE 2124 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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