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# The exhaust nozzle of a jet engine expands air at 300 kPa

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Problem 130P Problem 130P

The exhaust nozzle of a jet engine expands air at 300 kPa and 180°C adiabatically to 100 kPa. Determine the air velocity at the exit when the inlet velocity is low and the nozzle isentropic efficiency is 96 percent.

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Chapter 19: Blood Flow Through Capillaries and Capillary Dynamics, and Circulatory Shock o Capillaries Key:  Blood Pressure becomes extremely low  Fed by arterioles (5 mL of mercury)  Important Terms  Made of Tunica Intima ONLY (very thin)  Diseases  If high blood pressure were to pass  Hormones through capillaries they would rupture  Too much fluid could be loss into the intercellular spaces (which influences the blood volume) o Veins  Low pressure conditioned blood vessels

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##### ISBN: 9780073398174

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