what is the apt definitions for apparent power ,active
power and reactive power?and explanation about different
types of lamps?
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Question 31 – For liquid benzene, the CP constants are : a = 129440, b = - 169.5, c = 0.64781. Reference temperature is 298 K. The temperature of benzene is 60 degree Celsius. Calculate the enthalpy of benzene by using the formula H = a (DT) + (b/2) (T^2 – TREF^2) + (c/3) (T^3 – TREF^3) where ^ is power, DT is temperature difference with TREF = 298 K. H is in J / kmol. DT = T – TREF.
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ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 34.32 : In the calculation of the total cost of production of an engineering material, a linear equation Y = MX + C could be applied. Let T = total cost, F = fixed cost, V = variable cost, Q = quantity produced, W = variable cost per unit produced. Form a linear equation that relates : (a) T, F and V; (b) V, Q and W.
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Question - Chemical Engineering Material - In crystal material, hexagonal crystal system could form 4-digit index in certain direction of solid. For [1(-1)0] direction in the hexagonal crystal systems of particular catalyst applied in fume removal of incinerator, what is the four-digit index for this direction? Hint : The transformation equations between the 3-digit [h’k’l’] and the 4-digit [hkil] indices are : h = (1/3) (2h’ – k’); i = - (h + k); k = (1/3) (2k’ – h’); l = l’. A. [(-1)100] B. [1(-1)00] C. [(-1)000] D. [00(-1)(-1)] E. [(-1)0(-1)0]
Question 75 - The molecular weights M in kg / mol of 3 different monomers a, b and c in a polymer are Ma = 14, Mb = 16 and Mc = 18. The fraction of polymer chain X of 3 different monomers a, b and c in a polymer are Xa = 0.5, Xb = 0.3 and Xc = 0.2. (i) Calculate number average molecular weight by using the formula Ma Xa + Mb Xb + Mc Xc. (ii) Calculate weight average molecular weight by using the formula (Ma Xa Ma + Mb Xb Mb + Mc Xc Mc) / (Ma Xa + Mb Xb + Mc Xc). (iii) Calculate the polydispersity by using the answer in (ii) divided by answer in (i). (iv) If the molecular weight of repeat unit is 12, calculate the degree of polymerization by using the formula (Ma Xa + Mb Xb + Mc Xc) / (molecular weight of repeat unit).
ENGINEERING PHYSICS - EXAMPLE 30.1 : Two viruses a and b with masses of Ma and Mb are moving at velocities of Va and Vb respectively, facing towards each other and collide. After collision both masses of Ma and Mb disappear. (a) Find the total momentum available for both a and b. Hint : momentum = mass x velocity = M x V. (b) Guess the total energy E generated from the disappearance of a and b. Let c to be the velocity of light. Hint : E is equal to M c square.
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