Notes on Chapter 7 examples

Sack 2000 sacks 1 day 464 btu 108 10 6 btu 17

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Unformatted text preview: 600 s 1J 1 sack 9.486 10 1 MW -4 Btu 10 6 J / s 2,375 MW Savings for recycling: 0.17(2,375 MW) = 404 MW (d) Cost, toxicity, biodegradability, depletion of nonrenewable resources. 7.4 (a) Mass flow rate: m Stream velocity: u 3.00 gal 1 ft 3 (0.792)(62.43) lb m min 3.00 gal 1728 in 3 min b0.5g . b1225g ft 2 mu 2 2 0.330 lb m s 10 3 ft lb f / s 2 2 1 7.4805 gal d7.70 Kinetic energy: E k 1 ft 7.4805 gal 3 2 s 2 60 s 1 ft in 1 min 12 in 60 s 0.330 lb m s . 1225 ft s ft lb f 1 1 lb f 7.70 10 3 2 s 2 32.174 lb m ft / s . iFGH 01341 f10lb h/psIJK .7376 t 3 f (b) Heat losses in electrical circuits, friction in p...
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