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# Solved: A pump increases the water pressure from 100 kPa

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Problem 513

A pump increases the water pressure from 100 kPa at the inlet to 900 kPa at the outlet. Water enters this pump at 158C through a 1-cm-diameter opening and exits through a 1.5-cm-diameter opening. Determine the velocity of the water at the inlet and outlet when the mass flow rate through the pump is 0.5 kg/s. Will these velocities change significantly if the inlet temperature is raised to 408C?

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