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A horizontal constant-diameter pipe with a build-up of

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Problem 4.93

A horizontal constant-diameter pipe with a build-up of debris is shown in Fig. P4.93. Air modeled as an ideal gas enters at 320 K, 900 kPa, with a velocity of 30 m/s and exits at 305 K. Assuming steady state and neglecting stray heat transfer, determine for the air exiting the pipe (a) the velocity, in m/s. (b) the pressure, in kPa.

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