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aivantettet26
 one year ago
For advanced users only. This is an exercise. Will medal to the first correct answer. (with complete and understandable solution for the benefit of newcomers)
Two gaseous streams enter a combining tube and leave as a single mixture, There data apply at the entrance sections: for one gas, A1 = 75 in^2, velocity1=500 fps, specific volume =10 ft^3/lb.
for the other gas, A2= 50 in^2, mass1 = 60,000 lb/hr, density2 =0.12 lb/ft^3. (a) Find the velocity2 at section 2.
and (b) the flow and area at the exit section.
ans. (a) 400fps, (b) 123in^2
aivantettet26
 one year ago
For advanced users only. This is an exercise. Will medal to the first correct answer. (with complete and understandable solution for the benefit of newcomers) Two gaseous streams enter a combining tube and leave as a single mixture, There data apply at the entrance sections: for one gas, A1 = 75 in^2, velocity1=500 fps, specific volume =10 ft^3/lb. for the other gas, A2= 50 in^2, mass1 = 60,000 lb/hr, density2 =0.12 lb/ft^3. (a) Find the velocity2 at section 2. and (b) the flow and area at the exit section. ans. (a) 400fps, (b) 123in^2

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aivantettet26
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0correction. mass2 = 60,000 lb/hr
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