Liquid water enters a valve at 300 kPa and exits at 275 kPa. As water flows through the valve, the change in its temperature, stray heat transfer with the surroundings, and potential energy effects are negligible. Operation is at steady state. Modeling the water as incompressible with constant r 1000 kg/m3 , determine the change in kinetic energy per unit mass of water flowing through the valve, in kJ/kg.
Individual differences 11.1.16 Stable traits o Cognitive ability: general capacity for abstract thinking, problem solving, learning complex o Personality: relatively stable set of behaviors, attitudes, & emotions displayed over time Dynamic states o Values: collection of feelings/beliefs o Attitudes o Knowledge, skills o Emotions Big 5 o Extraversion o Emotional stability o Agreeableness o Conscientiousness o Openness to experience Other traits: o Locus of control o Selfefficacy o Selfmonitoring o Focus