By Jim Sullivan
A-3 Skywarrior in motion КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Squadron/Signal publicationsСерия: airplane 148Автор(ы): Jim SullivanЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1995Количество страниц: 51ISBN: 0-89747-328-0Формат: pdfРазмер: 29.5 mbRapid eighty five
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SYMBOLS USED FOR TRANSPORT PROPERTIES. S. s) mol/(ft2·s) m 2/s ft 2/s kmollm3 Pa or N/m2 (Pa·s) or mollfe psi cP (N·s)/m2 kg/m 3 Ib/ft 3 port properties are, in principle, independent of pressure. Thermal Conductivity In a stationary gas, all heat transfer is conductive. An example of this is the boundary layer immediately adjacent to a wall surface, such as a heat exchanger surface. The thermal conductivity of a gas is, in principle, independent of pressure but increases with rising temperature.
44 I / Compressed Gases and Related Equipment cylinders which have relatively tall and thin proportions are primarily used for high pressure service of the permanent gases. Cylinders are most often made with flat bottoms or are fitted with footrings so that they may stand on end and be securely fastened in an upright position while their contents are being withdrawn. Some cylinders, though, have hemispheric ally-rounded sealed ends and are designed for withdrawal of contents while securely fastened in a horizontal or slanted position.
Entropy At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Carnot found, while studying thermal engines, that heat could not be converted completely to mechanical work, which should be possible according to the first law of thermodynamics. If the concept of absolute temperature, T, is introduced, the maximum amount of work that can be extracted can be written: W = QI. TI - T2 TI (3-15) The quantity of heat QI is from a heat source with a constant temperature Tio and Q2 = QI - W, and is delivered to a heat sink with a constant temperature T 2 • See Fig.
A-3 Skywarrior in action by Jim Sullivan