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Solutions to the questions
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B 0=1, B ( x )=Bn1 ( x ) Bn ( x ) dx =0 for n=1,2,3, .
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n
0
Solution
When n=1, B n (x) becomes ( B 1 ( x ) .
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It can be shown that B 1 ( x )=B0 (x )
This implie
Running head: PIPE FRICTION AND PIPE FITTING
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Pipe fitting and pipe friction
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PIPE FRICTION AND PIPE FITTINGS
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Introduction
To study frictional head losses which occur when an incompressible fluid flow through valves,
bends
Question 6
a) Steam leaves boiler at 60bars=6MPa and 3500C
Condenser pressure= 0.06bar =6kPa
Mass flow rate=90000kg/h=
90000
=25 kg /s
3600
State 1: P1=hf at P1 and V=V1=Vf at P1
P1=0.06bar=6kPa saturated liquid
h 1=
152 kj
v 1=0.00101 m3 / kg
kg
State 2:
Running head: Regenerative Rankine
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Regenerative Rankine Cycle with Moisture Separation
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Regenerative Rankine
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Let;
P1 = 15MPa, be the pressure at the reactor core,
T1 =3160C, be the temperature at the reactor core
From steam tables, the
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ME 2230 THEMODYNAMICS I
2008
EGERON UNIVERSITY
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MENT 224 THERMODYNAMICS 1
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Pulse oximetry
Basically the use of pulse oximeter to monitor arterial blood oxygen and the pulse rate. It is a
very important device and therefore measures have been put in place to ensure its saf
1. Determine the surface traction of the plane at P whose unit normal is
2
2
1
n= +
3i 3 j 3k
=
[ ]
16 10
670
10 0 9
Traction on the surface is given by
Tn= [ n ]
i =
[ ]
j =
[
2
00
3
2
o 0
3
]
[ ]
k= 00
1
3
Surface traction of P is given by
T(i)=
[ ][
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Thermodynamic assignment
T-S diagram
State 1 P=10kPa, h1=hf at 10kPa=191.81KJ/kg
Vf=0.00101m3/kg
State 2: P=0.5Mpa, s1=s2
1Wpumpin=v1(P2-P1)= 0.00101(0.5Mpa)
=0.49KJ/kg
h2=h1+Wpumpin=191.81+0.49=1
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MENT 224 THERMODYNAMICS I
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ME 2320: THERMODYNAMICS I
1.0 INTRODUCTION
Thermodynamics is made up of two words Thermo and
Dynamics. These words come from Greek and have the meanings:
Thermo = hot or heat; Dynamics = the study of matter in