0 Up votes0 Down votes

34 views5 pagesFeb 08, 2015

© © All Rights Reserved

DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

© All Rights Reserved

34 views

© All Rights Reserved

- Chapter 20 Notes
- Objective Question Bank for General Services(1)
- VERNIER Circuit Board
- series parallel
- Volt Curr Resis
- GCSE Physics Quizzes
- beem and somers tiered lesson
- Introductory Unit on Electricity.pptx
- bdfb cv
- Lecture b
- 1278 Sample Paper of Physics
- 07 Chapterppt
- DC circuits
- S&S 2017
- 31.Capacitor
- Electric Circuit Reference.pdf
- sn5
- EEEB113_Chapter2.pdf
- Notes- Electricity (Mick)
- Circuits Series, Parallel, Combination

You are on page 1of 5

V.

Let P = amount of money at any time

r = annual rate of interest

t = time

Rate Equation:

General Solution:

dP

dt

or

dP

dt

= rP

rt

P=C e

1. An annual interest of 4% is given on an account . What is the

accumulated amount of Php 100,000 after 5 years?

2. If Php 50,000 is borrowed at an interest of 12% per year compounded

continuously, and the loan is to be repaid in one payment at the end of 2

years, how much must the borrower repay?

3. If an amount of money doubles itself in 10 years at an interest

compounded continuously, how long will it take for the original amount to

triple itself?

VI.

FLOW PROBLEMS

The rate at which the amount of a substance changes is equal to the rate at

which the substance is entering minus the rate at which it is going out.

Let

qi = volumetric flow rate of the solution coming in

(gal/min, unit of volume/time)

qo = volumetric flow rate of the solution going out

ci= concentration of the solution coming in (lb/gal, mass/volume)

co = concentration of the solution going out

t = time

dx

dt

= rate of change (lb/min, mass/time)

Rate Equation :

dx

dt

dx

dt

= qi ci qo co

entering rate = qi ci = be

f ( x / VO (e f )t )

leaving rate = qo co =

dx

f

x be

dt VO e f t

Mathematical Model:

brine solution

Vo

(contains a lb of salt)

f, gal/min

dQ/dt is the time rate of change of Q

VO ( e f)t.

Total Volume at any time t is

The concentration of salt in the tank at any time t is

x / VO (e f )t

1. A tank initially holds 100 gal of

. brine solution containing 20 lb of salt. At t = 0,

fresh water is poured into the tank at the rate of 5 gal/min, while well-stirred

mixture leaves the tank at the same rate. Find the amount of salt in lbs after 2

minutes.

A. 16

B. 17

C. 18

D. 19

2. A 50-gal tank initially contains 10 gal of fresh water. At t = 0, a brine solution

containing 1 lb of salt per gallon is poured into the tank at the rate of 4 gal/min,

while the well-stirred mixture leaves the tank at the rate of 2 gal/min. Find the

amount of time in minutes required for overflow to occur.

A. 15

B. 20

C. 25

D. 30

3. Find the amount (lbs) of salt in the tank of problem #2 at the moment of overflow.

A. 29

B. 32

C. 37

D. 48

4. A tank initially holds 80 gal of a brine solution containing 1/8 lb of salt per gallon.

At t=0, another brine solution containing 1 lb of salt per gallon of solution is

poured into the tank at the rate of 4 gal/min, while well-stirred mixture leaves the

tank at the rate of 8 gal/min. Determine when the tank will be empty. Find the

amount of salt at t=10 min.

ANS. t=20min, x=22.5 lb.

Solve the following:

a. A tank contains 100 liters of fresh water and brine containing 2 kg of salt

per liter, flows into the tank at the rate of 3 liters per min and the mixture,

kept uniform by stirring, flows out at the same rate. How many kg of salt

are there in the tank at the end of 30 minutes?

a. Into a 100 - gal tank initially filled with brine containing 50 lb of salt flow 3

gal/min of brine containing 2 lb/gal of salt and the solution, kept uniform by

stirring, flows out at the rate of 2 gal/min. How much salt is in the tank at

the end of 100 minutes?

c. A sewage disposal plant has a big holding tank of 100,000-gal capacity. It

is filled with liquid to start with and contains 60,000 lb of organic

material in suspension. Fresh water runs into the tank at the rate of 20,000

gal/hr and the well-stirred mixture leaves at the rate of 15,000 gal/hr. How

much organic material is in the tank at the end of 3 hours?

d. A tank initially holds 80 gal of brine containing 1/8 lb of salt per

gallon. Another brine solution, containing 1 lb/gal of salt, is poured into the

tank at the rate of 4 gal/min and the well-stirred mixture leaves at the rate

of 8 gal/min. Find the amount of salt in the tank a) at any time, b) after 3

minutes and c) the time when the tank will hold 40 gallons of solution.

VII.

Only simple electric circuits containing a resistor and an inductor or a

capacitor in series with an electromotive force is considered in this

section. Kirchhoffs Voltage Law will be used to solve the problems.

Kirchhoffs Voltage Law:

Around any closed path the sum of the instantaneous voltage drops

in a specified direction is zero.

Let

t (seconds) =

Q (coulombs) =

i (amperes) =

E

(volts) =

R

(ohms) =

L

(henrys) =

C

(farads) =

time

quantity of electricity; e.g. charge on a capacitor

current, time rate of flow of electricity

electromotive force or voltage

resistance

inductance

capacitance

Thus,

1. If the circuit contains resistance and inductance only (R-L circuit), the

differential equation will be

di

dt

+ Ri = E(t )

differential equation will be

dQ

dt

1

C

Q = E(t ).

1. A resistance and inductance are connected in series in a circuit containing an

impressed voltage of 100 V. If R = 10 ohms, L = 2 henries and i = 0 when t = 0, find i

when t = .02second.

2. A resistance of 3 ohms and an inductance of 2 henries are connected in series with

an electromotive force of 8e-.0001t volts. When will the current be 0.8 amperes if no

current flows initially?

4

t 10

ohms are connected

in series with a constant emf of E volts. If i = 0 when t =0 and i = 50 amp when t = 5

seconds, find the emf , E .

4. When a simple electric circuit, containing no condensers but having inductance and

resistance, has the electromotive force removed, the rate of decrease of the current is

proportional to the current. The current is i amperes t seconds after the cut-off, and i =

40 amperes when t = 0. If the current dies down to 15 amperes in 0.01 sec, find i in

terms of t.

VIII.

Force = mass x acceleration

W

g

where :

m (mass)

a (acceleration) =

dv

dt

Thus,

F = m

dv

dt

Where: F = force

m = mass

v = velocity

t = time

g = acceleration due to

gravity

1. A body falls from rest against a resistance that varies directly as the velocity. If

the limiting speed or terminal velocity is 160 ft/sec, find the speed after 5

ft

sec 2

seconds. Assume g = 32

.

with the

horizontal. Assume that no force other than gravity is acting on the body, that is, there is

no friction, no air resistance, etc. At time t = 0, let the distance traveled x be x 0 and let

3. A body weighing 1960 N is pulled by a constant force of 492 N along a

horizontal plane where the coefficient of friction between the body and the plane

is 0.20. There is a wind resistance equal to twice the instantaneous

- Chapter 20 NotesUploaded byBraden Shugarman
- Objective Question Bank for General Services(1)Uploaded byRadhesh Kp
- VERNIER Circuit BoardUploaded byScience House
- series parallelUploaded byLGU SAN ANTONIO
- Volt Curr ResisUploaded byVíctor Manuel Villegas Escobar
- GCSE Physics QuizzesUploaded bykushan
- beem and somers tiered lessonUploaded byapi-221064347
- Introductory Unit on Electricity.pptxUploaded byNancy santiago
- bdfb cvUploaded byDaya Ahmad
- Lecture bUploaded byMathew Clewlow
- 1278 Sample Paper of PhysicsUploaded byGulzar Mir
- 07 ChapterpptUploaded byVictor Mihai
- DC circuitsUploaded byAbhishek Thakkar
- S&S 2017Uploaded byRavinder Singh
- 31.CapacitorUploaded byAntriksh Borkar
- Electric Circuit Reference.pdfUploaded bySusan Pinto
- sn5Uploaded byMuhammad Faris
- EEEB113_Chapter2.pdfUploaded byRomeo martinez
- Notes- Electricity (Mick)Uploaded bySonia
- Circuits Series, Parallel, CombinationUploaded byShiba Tatsuya
- Force, Energy and PowerUploaded bySuresh Senanayake
- Electricity.holiday Hw.june 2012Uploaded byANURAG TYAGI CLASSES
- c Sec June 2001 Physics Paper 1Uploaded byAlyssa D
- Chapter 04Uploaded byAnonymous ZyDssAc7Rc
- Electricity & Electronics.pdfUploaded byBhobz 1135
- CAPACITANCEUploaded byAlexia Asdilla
- Physics 2017 Unsolved Paper All IndiaUploaded bypakhi taneja
- 1 DC Circuit.pdfUploaded byShivam Pandey
- Ch33 PHYS 205 Problems to Solve in Class Alternating Current CircuitsUploaded byAllyson Offrey
- gcaa _66Uploaded byrenjithaero

- jntuh mid exams objectrive Electrical MachinesUploaded byRameshAithagoina
- iletken Korona HesabıUploaded byIsmail Özkan
- The Standard Spring 01Uploaded bycgrachanen
- KIRCHHOFF’S RULESUploaded bythonah12
- EE - Lec 1Uploaded byRizwanNadeem
- Elvis II y MultisimUploaded byHermes Polanco
- Battery Management Manual FPRA D01.pdfUploaded byJuanLucero
- 07 Rr320205 Power Systems IIIUploaded byandhracolleges
- AnalogiesUploaded byNO R
- Id056 Igcsedphy q04 ExqUploaded byJaselyn Koay
- A2 Physics (PHYA4) Revision Notes (Dwyer)Uploaded byshardai12
- w13e LorussoUploaded byEthicalhacker Cracker
- SIZING TRANSFORMERS.docxUploaded byserban_el
- 2. Diode ModelsUploaded byGoitom Haile
- 174.pdfUploaded byVinardoPriyadiRahman
- Logic GatesUploaded byUTHISH
- 32AF41SMUploaded byandysqn
- Intrerupatoare Automate Tip MCCB Pana La 800A EnUploaded byStanuta Gheorghe
- Standard Operating Procedure - CopyUploaded byRamaChandran
- Basic ElectrikUploaded byAbdul Rasman Abdul Rashid
- Dse6610 Dse6620 Installation InstructionsUploaded bymshahidshaukat
- Chery a-series Service ManualUploaded byHarlinton
- 50hm66 50 Rear Projection TvUploaded byMary Flynn Nettles
- acc-dsUploaded bylamb_tw
- 3 phase cktUploaded byDeepa Shree
- Re 22045Uploaded byShortcutter
- Hitachi Trouble ShootingUploaded byjacklyn ade putra
- ASTM D 1169 METODO PARA RESISTIVIDAD.pdfUploaded byJose Maria Castillo Hernandez
- labUploaded byapi-352575896
- 214 Lab 3 ManualUploaded byAllie June

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.