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Following is a diagram of the shirt-cleaning process used by the Floods of Suds One-Day Laundry
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are then wrung out and sent to a
MATH 3005 Homework Solution
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Homework 10 Solution
Chapter 9.
1. Let H = cfw_(1), (12). Is H normal in S3 ?
(13)H = cfw_(13)(1), (13)(12) = cfw_(13), (123)
H(13) = cfw_(1)(13), (12)(13) = cfw_(13), (132)
Because (13)H 6= H(13), H is not a norma
MATH 3005 Homework Solution
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Chapter 3.
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standing in a basket suspended from the bottom of the balloon. A restraining cable attached to
the basket keeps the balloon from rising. The ball
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enough to purge all air from the vapor space. The flask is then sealed and allowed to equilibrate at
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END SEMESTER EXAMINATION 2010, SPRING SEMESTER
Subject: Advanced Heat Transfer Subject No: CH 61014
No of Students: 82
FULL MARKS: 50 (25 For each part) Closed Boolel Closed Notes
General Instructions:
1.
Che251 Assignment 2 solutions (max marks:25)
Q.1. 5 marks
Q.2. 7 marks
Dilution air required (3.5 marks) ; O2 wt% (3.5 marks)
Q.3. 7 marks (a) 2 marks (b) 5 marks
Q.4. 6 marks (a) 3 marks (b) 2 marks (c) 1 mark
Assignment 1
Q.1 A supersonic aircraft consumes 5320 imperial gallons of kerosene per hour of
flight and flies an average of 14 hours per day. It takes roughly seven tons of crude
oil to produce one ton of kerosene. The density of kerosene is 0.965g/cm3.
Assignment 9
1. The following mixture of hydrocarbons is obtained as one stream in a petroleum refinery.
Component
Mol %
A
B
Ethane
5
817.08
4.402229
Propane
10
1051.38
4.51719
n- Butane
40
1267.56
4.617679
2-Methyl propane
45
1183.44
4.474013
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Assignment-8
1. Show that for mixing of ideal gases at constant temperature and pressure to
form
an
ideal
gas
DmixU = Dmix H = DmixV = 0 and
mixture,
mix G = mix A = RT x i lnx i .
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2. There are several possible expressions that can be used for the Gibb
Legendre Transforms for Dummies
Carl E. Mungan
Physics Department
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD
Poster PST2-F03
AAPT Summer Meeting
29 July 2014
Minneapolis, MN
Abstract
Legendre transforms appear in two places in a standard undergraduate physics curr
Assignment 7
1. Obtain the final temperature (within 1K accuracy) when 5 mol/s of water are added to 5 mol/s of
pure ethanol in an adiabatic continuous flow process. Both input streams are saturated liquids at
380K; the output stream is also a saturated l
Due on 29th August 2014
CHE 312A - Assignment no. 3
Q 1 Water is boiling in a 25-cm-diameter aluminum pan (k = 237 W/m C) at 95C. Heat is
transferred steadily to the boiling water in the pan through its 0.5-cm-thick flat bottom at a rate
of 800 W. If the
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Hydromechanics VVR090
Boundar Layer on a Flat Plate
Boundary layer: the zone in which the velocity profile is
governed by frictional action
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CHE 312A - A
CHE312A: Heat Transfer and its Applications
2014-2015 I Semester
Administrative Details
Date: 28-07-2014
Instructor:
Dr. Anurag Tripathi,
Department of Chemical Engineering
Office location: FB-456
Contact: phone 6591, email: anuragt@iitk.ac.in
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Exact solutions of the boundary-layer equations are possible only in simple cases. In
more complicated problems, approximate methods satisfy only an integral of the
boundary-layer
utes for the room air to reach an average temperature of 25C,
find (a) the power rating of the electric heater and (b) the temHeat Transfer Mechanism
perature rise that the air experiences each time it passes th
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CHE 312A - Assign
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PROCESS SAFETY & LOSS PREVENTION
ASSIGNMENT
MAJOR HAZARDS & EMERGENCY PLANNING
(CPE6230 / CPE6001 Part 3)
March 2016
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The front page of your submission must h
Choose a model that you are using/used (or could use) at work (or have been provided by the
Lecturer). Describe the basis of this model, and any assumptions, simplifications and
approximations that you are aware of. From the application of the model, disc
Assignment #1
Modelling and simulation
CME 305
Students Name:
Students ID:
Section No.
Problem
Heating in the following stirred tank heater is achieved
through an electric element placed in the middle of the tank.
The power supplied by this element is pro
PROBLEMS
Problem 4-1
The equation describing the change in the level (H) of a tank is given by:
dH
1
=
(45 12 H 4 / 7 )
dt 141
H = 2 at t = 0
(a) Determine the level in the tank after 20 minutes using explicit Euler, Runge-Kutta
order 2 & 4 and implicit E