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If the capacity of a cylindrical tank is 1848 m3 and the diameter of its base is 14 m then find the depth of the tank Volume of iron = 0 88 cu m Number of rods = (0 88 x 5000/11) = 400 Ex 29 A copper sphere of diameter 18cm is drawn into a wire of diameter 4 mm Find the length of the wire

Mech302-HEAT TRANSFER HOMEWORK-10 Solutions 4 (Problem 10 52 in the Book) A vertical plate 2 5 m high maintained at a uniform temperature of 54oC is exposed to saturated steam at atmospheric pressure a) Estimate the condensation and heat transfer rates per unit width of the plate

Sep 01 2010Waste samples of the polystyrene were used as the raw material for pyrolysis The pyrolysis was carried out in a domestic microwave oven A window was made by cutting the side of the microwave oven having specification: input 1 16 W 5 4 A output −700 W and frequency 2450 MHz

Current Density Formula Questions: 1) A current of 6 mA is flowing through a copper wire that has an area of 4 mm 2 What is the current density? Answer: The current through the conductor is I = 6 mA = 0 006 amperes (or 6 x 10-3 amps) The area of the wire is A = 4 mm 2 = 0 004 m 2 (or 4 x 10-3 m 2) Use the equation for current density

is 60 m The iron powder concentration was increased up to 2:2 103 kg/m3 and yet maintained the integrity of the cylindrical core The iron powder occupies 60% of the entire volume After a series of mechanical trials (e g stretching and twisting) the SC showed persistent elasticity and resilience to wear The diameter of the soft cylinder

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Mar 02 2008Straight wire e Flat coil asked by psych on April 22 2019 physics A copper wire 1 00 mm in diameter is used to support a mass of 6 0 kg If the wire was stretched by 2 00 mm what was the original length of the wire? Y = stress/ strain r= 0 5 mm =5 X 10-4 m e= 2mm or 2 X 10-3 Given : m = 6 kg F = 60 N A =π r2 = (

the half-cylindrical copper conductor spring-pressed with the double magnetic force of 26 kN against the inner support tube A chicane-structured Kapton insulation between conductor and support tube guarantees sufficient high voltage strength The 5+1 mm-thick copper/iron septum separated from the excitation loop acts as passive eddy current

Danish scientist Hans Christian rsted discovered in 1820 that electric currents create magnetic fields British scientist William Sturgeon invented the electromagnet in 1824 His first electromagnet was a horseshoe-shaped piece of iron that was wrapped with about 18 turns of bare copper wire (insulated wire didn't exist yet) The iron was varnished to insulate it from the windings

Volume of iron = 0 88 cu m Number of rods = (0 88 x 5000/11) = 400 Ex 18 The radii of two cylinders are in the ratio 3: 5 and their heights are in tbe ratio of 2 : 3 Find the ratio of their curved surface areas Sol Let the radii of the cylinders be 3x 5x and their heights be 2y 3y respectively Then

Apr 01 1975The cylinder-form counter has 29 anodes of 0 5 mil tungsten wire while the box form one has 12 anodes These anodes are connected in parallel and their combined output signal is fed into a preamplifier 76 em - ~~i~ Lead Shiel E ///s~m~/ 8 Oxyg o~p t0 m Iron Shiel Iron Shield E Fro Shield -t 32~ GM Counta unter M~ ~Shi el d ~~ DI Fig 5

For the simple case of hitting the center (ω=0) I find E 2 =m(u 2 +(m/M)(v-u) 2) and for the case of hitting the end I find E 2 '=m(u 2 +4(m/M)(v-u) 2) Since E 2 'E 2 less energy will be lost in the case where the collision happens off center (assuming u and v are the same in each case) For example if m=M/4 and u=v I find ΔE=-(11

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of two hollow cylinders of wrought-iron ec united by a wrought-iron strap d These cyl inders envelop the helices for about one-half to two-thirds their length Fig 3 exhibits another form for the axial engine AA are the axial bars BB the heli ces and C is the electro-magnet or armature which in this case is a soft-iron roller mounted

Oct 15 1993The continuous line is the result of calculations for cylinder `l'2 and the dotted line for cylinder 5 Fig 3 Comparison of the measured longitudinal energy depo- sition for 1 2 GeV protons q (z) in an iron target with theoretical results # - the experimental results for cylinder (b = 0 1 m O - for cylinder 02 = 0 2 m

May 01 1976The essential elements of the apparatus are the radiometer the black body the auxiliary black body and the unit comprising the sample the sample holder and the guard 167 168 E V Murphy F Havelock / Emissivity of zirconium alloys in air Iron Constantin Thermocouples ~ 22 gauge Copper Lead Wire Powerstat Cables Fig 1

10 A composite wall is formed of a 2 5 cm copper plate (k = 355 W/m K) a 3 2 mm layer of asbestos (k = 0 110 W/m K) and a 5 cm layer of fiber plate (k = 0 049 W/m K) The wall is subjected to an overall temperature difference of 560C (560C on the Cu plate side and OC on the fiber plate side)

Wrap insulated copper wire tightly around an iron screw or nail before connecting the wire to a battery and watch as your new electromagnet picks up Example: Problem 31 As the name implies it is a core of magnetic material (such as iron) surrounded by a coil of wire through which an electric current is passed to magnetise the core