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convert 53.342 ft-lb/lbm o R to Btu/lbm o R

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Are you trying to convert 53.342 ft-lb/lbm to BTU/lb ?
yes it's with R (rankine)
So pound-force feet per pound Rankine to IT british thermal units per pound Rankine (degree)?

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yes
I don't think they are compatible with one another.
it is on the problem hmm.. i'll try to do that later, but how about pound-force feet per pound Rankine to KJ per Kg K
kelvin?
yes
Can you post the question?
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did u get it?
Not yet.
but did u saw the picture right?
Yes
ok
What subject is this?
thermodynamics
This might help: http://www.kostic.niu.edu/conversion_factors.pdf
thank you
I think I almost got it.
Okay, So how many Joules are there in a food pound?
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yes
What would that be?
i think i should convert it first to: kJ/kg.K then convert it to Btu/lb.oR
The conversion is up to you. I've already solve it this way.
*solved.
Take a look at this:
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Let me know if you follow.
I'll post a the rest.
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Now just convert that to k
Still with me?
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what's with the second solution?

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