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A storage tank contains 21.6 kg of nitrogen (N2) at an

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Problem 32P

Problem 32P

A storage tank contains 21.6 kg of nitrogen (N2) at an absolute pressure of 3.65 atm. What will the pressure be if the nitrogen is replaced by an equal mass of CO2 ?

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Solution 32PIntroductionThis equation has to be solved considering the equation of continuity Av = constant, whereA is the area of cross-section and v is the speed of the liquid.Step 1Given, diameter of first segment = 1.0 cmRadius r 1 = 0.5 cmr 1 = 0.005 mCross-section of this segment is A = r 2 1 1A = 3.14 × (0.005) m2 2 1 2A 1= 0.0000785 mGiven that, v 1= 4.0 m/sTherefore, the volume flow rate through this segment is = A v 1 1 = 0.0000785 m × 4.0 m/s = 0.000314 m /s3

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