Homework Statement
Fan Motor Output: 0.172 kW
Propeller Fan
Compressor Motor Output: 2.9kW
DC Inverter-driven Scroll
Voltage: 208/230, single phase
What I need to find is the FLA for each fan motor(2), and the FLA of the compressor motor.
Total MCA = 32A
Homework Equations...
What do you guys think??
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I am looking for a table or resource of any kind that can break down properties for me for different devices such as Steam Turbines, Pumps, Nozzles, Diffusers, Throttle, Condenser, Heat Exchanger, etc.
Basically like for a pump it would be
1inlet
1exit
Mi=Me(constant mass flow)...
oh im sorry typo!!
Meant to say angle ABE!
Can I try to approach this by assuming that BEC is not an equilateral triangle and try to prove it by contradiction??
THE PROBLEM
given EAD = 15 degrees
ADE = 15 degrees
its a 10 by 10 square
you can only use geometry to solve this problem, NO TRIGONOMETRY. Supposedly it can be done...I've been trying!!
The Attempt at a Solution
angle ABC = angle DCE by symmetry
angle EBC = angle ECB by...
Simple Fluid Mechanics-differential manometer question. Please :)
Can someone please help me on this differential manometer question??
Let me retype the question because my handwriting is sloppy. "The manometer fluid in the manometer has specific gravity of 3.46. Pipes A and B both have...
try it first and the rest of us will help you.
We aren't here to solve problems flat out for you...People here want to help, not waste their and your time.
I see what you are saying, but let me see if I can understand this logic.
If B is a subset of C then all members of B are also members of C. If all members that are in A are contained in B then wouldn't that imply that all the members in A are part of C. So saying A \in C is not correct...
REVISED:
If A \subseteq B and B \subseteq C, then A \subseteq C. But if A = {3}, B={{3},5}, and C = {B, 17}, then A \in B and B \in C , but A NOT \in C. The set C has exactly two members, and it is easy to see that neither of these members is a set of A
Homework Statement
If A is a subs4et of B and B is a subset of C, then A is a subset of C. But if A = {3}, B={{3},5}, and C = {B, 17}, then A is contained in B and B is contained in C, but A is not contained in C. The set C has exactly two members, and it is easy to see that neither of these...