Answer to Question #68473 in Mechanical Engineering for Jimmy

Question #68473
determine the amount of heat energy needed to change 250g of ice at -10c into superheated stream at 130c given that the latent heat of fusion of ice is 335kj/kg the specific heat capacity of ice is 2.14kj/kg the specific heat capacity of water is 4.2kj/kg the specific heat capacity of stream is 2.01kj/kgk the latent heat of vaporisation of water is 2.26mj/kg
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02.06.17, 19:02

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01.06.17, 23:13

If a member of a machine is loaded so that the main efforts in a Son point 42 kg/cm2 in traction, 56 kg / cm2 in traction and zero, what is the effort Cutting at that point? The same statement but with 42 kg/cm2 in compression, 56 kg/cm2 in traction and zero

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