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A hot-air balloon roughly spherical in shape has a volumeof 70,000 ft3 and a weight of

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Problem 9.58

A hot-air balloon roughly spherical in shape has a volumeof 70,000 ft3 and a weight of 500 lb (including passengers, basket,balloon fabric, etc.). If the outside air temperature is 80 F andthe temperature within the balloon is 165 F, estimate the rate atwhich it will rise under steady-state conditions if the atmosphericpressure is 14.7 psi.

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Author: Philip M. Gerhart, Andrew L. Gerhart, John I. Hochstein
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