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Question #156234

Under standard conditions a certain gas weighs 0.14 lb / ft3 . Calculate its density , specific volume , and specific gravity relative to air weighing 0.075 lb / ft3 ?


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2021-01-19T05:52:08-0500

Answer:

Specific weight of gas γ gas =0.14 lb/ft3


Specific weight of air γ air =0.075 lb/ft3


Acceleration due to gravity g=32.2 ft/s2


claim- to find density, specific volume, specific gravity



density of gas=



substitute the values

density of gas=


                    =0.00435 slugs/ft3


specific volume =reciprocal of density

γ gas =


substitute the value

Υ gas =

      =229.88 ft3 /slug


specific gravity=


substitute the values

specific gravity=


                      =1.866


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17.02.21, 18:08

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