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medale14

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- Hello, so I am stuck with the concern of making an equation that fits my standard. I'm trying to create an equation from the mass, momentum and energy balance equation according to my system. My system is a gas pump flowing into a car tank. In this to make it easier for myself I disregarded friction. I understand that to solve this equation I must use the cross-sec area of the nozzle. However, I'm stuck with how to set up the rest of the equation. Would I take inconsideration p atm?

The general balance equation is as follow: d[m{u+gz+v2/2)sys=(u+gz+v2/2)dmin-(u+gz+v2/2)dmout +dq+dw.

I understand that I would take in consideration the cross sectional area as well as the mass flow rate. However I can't figure out what else to consider as if atm pressure should be considered and vapor pressure? My main goal is to figure out the velocity if the gas being pumped into the tank.

I understand that I would take in consideration the cross sectional area as well as the mass flow rate. However I can't figure out what else to consider as if atm pressure should be considered and vapor pressure? My main goal is to figure out the velocity if the gas being pumped into the tank.