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Problem 1.2

Problem 1.3

Problem 1.4

m

27.8kg

=

m

61.2lbm

=

m

0.0765lbm

ft3

⋅

800

×

ft3

⋅

=

m ρV⋅

=

The mass of air is then

V

800ft3

=

V

10ft

⋅

10

×ft8

×ft

=

The volume of the room is

ρ

1.23kg

m3

=

or

ρ

0.0765lbm

ft3

=

ρ

14.7lbf

in2

⋅

1

53.33

×

lbmR⋅

ftlbf

⋅

⋅

1

519R⋅

×

12in

⋅

1ft

⋅

2

×

=

ρ

p

RairT⋅

=

Then

T

59460

+

(

)R⋅

=

519R⋅

=

p

14.7psi

⋅

=

Rair53.33ftlbf

⋅

lbmR⋅

⋅

=

The data for standard air are:

Find:Mass of air in lbm and kg.

Given:Dimensions of a room.

**Solution
**

Make a guess at the order of magnitude of the mass (e.g., 0.01, 0.1, 1.0, 10, 100, or

1000 lbm or kg) of standard air that is in a room 10 ft by 10 ft by 8 ft, and then compute

this mass in lbm and kg to see how close your estimate was.

**Problem 1.6
**

M

0.391slug

=

M

12.6lb

=

M

20414.7

×

lbf

in2

⋅

144in2

⋅

ft2

×

0.834

×

ft3

⋅

1

55.16

×

lbR⋅

ftlbf

⋅

⋅

1

519

×

1

R

⋅

32.2

×

lbft

⋅

s2

lbf

⋅

⋅

=

M

V ρ⋅

=

pV⋅

RN2T⋅

=

Hence

V

0.834ft3

=

V π

4

6

12ft

⋅

2

×

4.25

×

ft

⋅

=

V π

4D2

⋅L⋅

=

where V is the tank volume

ρ

M

V

=

and

p ρRN2

⋅

T⋅

=

The governing equation is the ideal gas equation

(Table A.6)

RN2

55.16ftlbf

⋅

lbR⋅

⋅

=

T

519R

=

T

59460

+

(

)R⋅

=

p

204atm

⋅

=

L

4.25ft

⋅

=

D

6in

⋅

=

The given or available data is:

**Solution
**

Find: Mass of nitrogen

Given: Data on nitrogen tank

**Problem 1.7
**

Problem 1.8

Problem 1.9

Problem 1.10

Problem 1.12

Problem 1.13

Problem 1.14

Problem 1.15

TµT

()

d

d

A

−10

B

TC

−

(

)

⋅

B

TC

−

(

)2

⋅

ln10

()

⋅

→

For the uncertainty

µT

()1.005103

−

×

Ns⋅

m2

=

µT

()2.414105

−

⋅

Ns⋅

m2

⋅

10

247.8K⋅

293K⋅140K⋅

−

(

)

×

=

Evaluating µ

µT

()A10

B

TC

−

(

)

⋅

=

The formula for viscosity is

uT

0.085%

=

uT

0.25K⋅

293K⋅

=

The uncertainty in temperature is

T

293K⋅

=

C

140K⋅

=

B

247.8K⋅

=

A

2.414105

−

⋅

Ns⋅

m2

⋅

=

The data provided are:

Find:Viscosity and uncertainty in viscosity.

Given:Data on water.

**Solution
**

From Appendix A, the viscosity µ (N.s/m2) of water at temperature T (K) can be computed

from µ = A10B/(T - C), where A = 2.414 X 10-5 N.s/m2, B = 247.8 K, and C = 140 K.

Determine the viscosity of water at 20°C, and estimate its uncertainty if the uncertainty in

temperature measurement is +/- 0.25°C.

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