What is minimum flow required of NG having BTU value of 920
btu/scf for flame stability of LBTU gas of BTU value 220
BTU/SCF against the flow 80KPPH.
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Explain the different types of equipments for the conveyance of solids?
Question 54 - There are 2 alternatives of investment. Choice 1 : A trader offers you an investment opportunity where your investment of A$15000 presently will be A$18000 after 4 years. Choice 2 : A bank offers you 5 % annual return for your initial investment of A$15000. Question a : What is the equivalent bank payment after 4 years? Question b : By using the concept of equivalence in engineering economy, which is the better choice, betwen 1 and 2, that will be more profitable after 4 years?
Hallow everybody, we want to know in a NPk fertilizer process plant (Bulk Blender) we are in doubt if use square or rectangular hopper jus to avoid the vault effect durin the flow of of raw material like Phosphorus, Potasium and zeolite..Please any advise will be appresated Isdray
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what is first order of reaction?
What are the advantages of using gear pumps?
REACTION ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 13.3 : The half-life for first order reaction could be described in the differential equation dC / dt = -kC where k is a constant, C is concentration and t is time. (a) Find the equation of C as a function of t. (b) Find the half life for such reaction or the time required to reduce 50 % of the initial concentration, where k = 0.139 per minute. (c) When the initial concentration Co is 16 mol / cubic metre, how long does the reaction required to achieve the final concentration of 1 mol / cubic metre?
ENGINEERING MECHANIC - EXAMPLE 15.2 : A cantilever beam of length L = 3 m carries a uniformly distributed load (UDL) of W = 20 N / m throughout the length. Calculate the bending moment, BM of the beam near the fixed end. What is the shear force, SF at this point? Let SF = -WL, BM = -LWL/2.
what is difference between m3 and nm3?
What does the catalystic converter on an automobile do?
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 34.7 : An engineering investor purchases a $1000 bond that matures in 25 years. The coupon rate is 8 %. The purchase price is at 95 or 95 % of the par bond value. (a) What is the purchase price of the bond? (b) How much discount is enjoyed by the investor on average each year? (c) Find the income generated from coupon rate each year. (d) Find the overall interet rate or Yield to Maturity (YTM) by using the formula : YTM = [ Answer in (c) + Answer in (b) ] x 200 / [ par bond value + Answer in (a) ].
Question 72 - (a) According to United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) (http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/search/list, accessed 12 August 2016), 100 g of potatoes generate 77 kcal of energy. For raw tomatoes, 111 g have 18 kcal of energy. Question : How much energy will one gain if 150 g of heated potatoes are eaten with 200 g of raw tomatoes? (b) If 1 Calorie = 1 food Calorie = 1 kilocalorie and 1000 calories = 1 food Calorie, then how many Calories are there in 9600 calories? (c) According to a food package of potato chips, 210 Calories are produced per serving size of 34 g. In actual experiment of food calorimetry lab, 1.75 g of potato chips, when burnt, will produce 9.6 Calories. For each serving size of potato chip, find the difference of Calories between the actual experimental value and the value stated on the food package. (d) The specific heat of water is c = 1 cal / (g.K) where cal is calory, g is gram and K is Kelvin. Then what is the temperature rise of water, in degree Celsius, when 150 g of water is heated by 9600 calories of burning food?