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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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  1. aivantettet26
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    correction. mass2 = 60,000 lb/hr

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