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# Solved: A spherical hot-air balloon is initially filled

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Problem 511

A spherical hot-air balloon is initially filled with air at 120 kPa and 208C with an initial diameter of 5 m. Air enters this balloon at 120 kPa and 208C with a velocity of 3 m/s through a 1-m diameter opening. How many minutes will it take to inflate this balloon to a 15-m diameter when the pressure and temperature of the air in the balloon remain the same as the air entering the balloon?

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