Ok this is what I got (I really appreciate the help by the way):
CO2=44 g/mole
H2O=18 g/mole
O2=32 g/mole
N2=28 g/mole
Total mass of exhaust=565/12
massfractionCO2=.077
massfractionH2O=.064
massfractionO2=.113
massfractioN2=.745
Mass flow of exhaust=mass flow air + mass flow fuel =...
So if I have 25 kg/s of air and air is 21% O2 I have (.21*25kg/s) gives kg/s of O2. Then (.21*25 kg/s)/32 = N_O2? Similarly ((.79*25kg/s)(3.76N2))/28 gives N_N2
How would it work for CO2 for example? Do I find the amount of moles of C, then use the fact that 25% of the moles of oxygen are...
I have this reaction:
CH4+4(O2+3.76) --> CO2+2H2O+2O2+15.04N2
Through other calculations and given information I have found that the mass flow rate of the air (the O2+3.76N2) is 25kg/s and the mass flow rate of the fuel is .87 kg/s. I am having the hardest time finding, using these mass...
Acetylene (C2H2) is burned with a stoichiometric amount of air during a combustion procss. Assuming complete combustion, determine the air-fiel ratio on a mass and mole basis.
I'm not asking for help on the actual question I just don't know what the basic chemical equation is?
C2H2 +...
Yes they are supposed to be connected...so once you combine the parallel sets on either side and reduce it to two capacitors are those capacitors in parallel or series
I attached a picture..Im just curious, if your calculating the capacitance on each plate why is the answer .5 if the V=1000 and each capacitor plate is 500 microfarads..
If C=500 for each plate then first you have two sets of parallel plates so it simples to a series with two plates of 1000...
1. A mixture at T=300 K and P=100 kPa is made up of .1 oxygen, .2 carbon dioxide, and .7 Nitrogen. It is then heated to 300 kPa and 500 K. Find the mass of each component
I originally thought using PV=NRT, ideal gas but there doesn't seem to be enough givens. Can you also find the molar...
This is more a general case question than a specific problem. Say you have a box on an inclined plane and you break the forces into the components, sum the forces in Y and X. If you keep your X and Y axis' the way they usually are (don't make the X axis along the inclined plane) and the box is...
1. A rigid tank contains .5 kmol of Ar and 2kmol of N2 at 250 kPa and 280 K. The mixture is now heated to 400 K. Determine the volume of the tank and the final pressure of the mixture.
2. PV=NRT
Can you find the initial volume by using PV=NRT?
V=NRT/P
V=(2.5)(8.314)(280)/250=23.2...
Consider a 300 kJ/min refrigeration system that operates on an ideal vapor-compression cycle with refrigerant-134a as the working fluid. The refrigerant enters the compressor as saturated vapor at 140 kPa and is compressed to 800 kPa. Determine the (a) quality of the refrigerant at the end of...
I just want to verify how/what each of these is used for:
Fundamental Theorem for Line Integrals - This is like the regular fundamental theorem but you use the gradient of F? And this is used for curved lines
Greens Theorem - This is only used for simple enclosed curves
Stokes' Theorem...
The following is an experiment I have to do:
Using a thermometer, measure the temperature of the main food compartment of your refrigerator, and check if it is between 1 and 4°C. Also, measure the temperature of the freezer compartment, and check if it is at the recommended value of -18°C...
Just curious if anyone knows an approximate for the average rate of heat gain for a common fridge? I am going to do an experiment to calculate the average rate of heat gain in my fridge and want to know if my numbers in the ballpark
Hello,
I am having trouble understanding how to determine what is the lower and what is the upper bound in some calculus problems. For example:
Evaluate the double integral xydA, where D is the region bounded by the line y=x-1 and the parabola y^2=2x+6. Now you set it up to take the...
So the moment of inertia for a particle is Mi*ri = (23)(1.2)=27.6
So I of the system is (230+27.6)=257.6. So now we take conservation of angular momentum:
L initial = L Final
L Initial = I*angular speed = 230*1.05 (10 rev/min = 20pi/min = 1.05rad/s?)
L Final = 257.6*angular speed, so we...
A playground merry-go-round of radius R = 1.20 m has a moment of inertia I = 230 kgm2 and is rotating at 10.0 rev/min about a frictionless vertical axle. Facing the axle, a 23.0 kg child hops onto the merry-go-round and manages to sit down on its edge. What is the new angular speed of the...
A uniform, thin, solid door has a height of 2.2 m, a width of 0.87 m, and a mass of 23 kg. Find its moment of inertia for rotation on its hinges.
Are any of the data unnecessary?
the width of the door is unnecessary
the mass of the door is unnecessary
no; all of the data is necessary
the...
A grinding wheel is in the form of a uniform solid disk of radius 7.01 cm and mass 1.90 kg. It starts from rest and accelerates uniformly under the action of the constant torque of 0.591 Nm that the motor exerts on the wheel.
(a) How long does the wheel take to reach its final rotational...
Rigid rods of negligible mass lying along the y-axis connect three particles (Fig. P10.20). The system rotates about the x-axis with an angular speed of 1.20 rad/s.
(a) Find the moment of inertia about the x axis.
So isn't the moment of inertia given by the sum of mr so...
Yes the force from each chain minus the chain should be zero because it is in equilibrium..so do you find the vertical force from the chain then that combined with the forces from the hooks is zero?
A flexible chain weighing 42.0 N hangs between two hooks located at the same height (Fig. P12.19). At each hook, the tangent to the chain makes an angle = 41.5° with the horizontal.
(a) Find the magnitude of the force each hook exerts on the chain.
(b) Find the tension in the chain at its...
Ok that makes sense but is this how some of the equations are set up...The force from the screw should be opposing the 86N force, right? Is the bottom of the bracket also opposing the 86N force?
Thats all that is given, the diagram and that question. If its assumed it doesn't rotate the force being applied is pushing it counterclockwise so the bracket must hold it thus pushing clockwise?
Yes but what is the force..for example if you use the back wheels as the point of rotation the torque is zero as you said. Isn't the torque equation then:
0=(2.7)(Ff)
The 2.7 is the distance to the front wheels, the Ff is the force on the front wheels. The torque from the back wheels is...
A shelf bracket is mounted on a vertical wall by a single screw, as shown in Figure P12.59. Neglecting the weight of the bracket, find the horizontal component of the force that the screw exerts on the bracket when an F = 86.0 N vertical force is applied as shown.
Ok so we have three...
A 1470 kg automobile has a wheel base (the distance between the axles) of 2.70 m. The center of mass of the automobile is on the center line at a point 1.20 m behind the front axle. Find the force exerted by the ground on each wheel.
A bit confused here. Were going to use the sum of the...
Well I am trying to derive the equation for acceleration to help explain why it increases and I am having problems doing that.
For the hanger:
Sum of Forces X = 0
Sum of Forces Y = T-mg=ma
Car:
Sum of forces X= T=ma
Sum of forces Y= 0
I know that much but I am having issues deriving...
Ok I have a question then when solving for the forces. First the forces of the hanger that's falling
The sum of the forces = T-mg=ma assuming down is negative, up is positive.
Sum of forces on the car being dragged in the Y direction is 0. Assuming this is frictionless is the sum of the...
I have a question dealing with acceleration. A car is on a frictionless ramp. The car is tied to a string that goes over a pulley and over the pulley there is a hanger. As the mass of the hanger increases should the acceleration of the car increase, decrease or stay the same. I thought it...
For some reason I just have a problem with these types of integrals..if someone could show me how to do one it would save me a lot of headaches..
1) x+2/(x^2-4) from 0 to 1
This just simplifies to 1/(x-2) so this should be ln(1-2)-ln(0-2)=ln(-1)-ln(-2)?
2) x/x+1, x/x^2+2...Do you use by...
Ok so the PE for the 104 block is (104)(9.8)(-20)
So:
0=PE+KE+Work
0=(104)(9.8)(-20)+(48)(9.8)(cos37)(20)+(.25*cos(37)*9.8*48*20)+KE
This gives:
KE=10,992 J
Now to find it for the 48kg block we do:
(.5*48*v^2)+(.5*104*v^2) = 10,992
Solve for velocity then just plug it into...
Obviously -31,000...but its not -31,000 metric tons...
Is it the momentum caused from the engine that gives a speed of 2800 m/s...so
P=mv
-31,000=2800m, m=11.07
So initial energy = final energy + Work by Friction
The initial energy is 0
The final PE for the 48kg block is then mgh=(48)(9.8)(sin37*20)
The final PE for the 104kg block is (104)(9.8)(sin37*20) because it goes the same vertical distance as the other block?
The work of friction is...