CHAPTER TWO
3 wk
7d
24 h 3600 s 1000 ms
= 18144 10 9 ms
.
1 wk 1 d
1h 1
s
38.1 ft / s 0.0006214 mi 3600 s
(b)
= 25.98 mi / h 26.0 mi / h
3.2808
ft
1h
2.1 (a)
(c)
2.2 (a)
554 m 4
1d
1h
d kg 24 h 60 min
1 kg 108 cm 4
= 3.85 10 4 cm 4 / min g
1000 g 1 m 4
1
CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #7
Due Friday, April 4, 2008
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Book Problem 25.4 Book Problem 25
CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #6
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CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #5
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Book problem 14.22
CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #4
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CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
Solutions to Homework #4 (Due February 20, 2008)
10. Find the following properties for phenol: a. boiling point (F) b. critical temperature (K) c. critical pressure (bar) d. ascentric factor e. de
CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #3
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CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #2
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CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008
HOMEWORK #1
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Book problem 1.2
CH EN 2800 Fundamentals of Process Engineering Spring 2008 HOMEWORK #1 SOLUTIONS
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Book problem 1.2 For these, simply put in the appropriate conversion factors and make sure that the units cancel out. You can find conversion factors inside the front cove