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Mechanical Engineering Student at Georgia Tech

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Feb
13
comment How do I find average temperature given a temperature distribution?
I edited the formula above, sorry about that
Feb
13
revised How do I find average temperature given a temperature distribution?
changed formula
Feb
13
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do I find average temperature given a temperature distribution?
Feb
13
asked How do I find average temperature given a temperature distribution?
Feb
1
asked When to use Heat Diffusivity eqn and when to use Fourier's law to find temperature distribution?
Jan
25
comment When do I know if energy stored in an object is 0 or nonzero? (Heat transfer)
@dmckee when it says "steady-state", does that mean that there is or is not energy storage? and if it doesnt explicitly say steady state, how do i determine if there is energy storage or not?
Jan
25
asked When do I know if energy stored in an object is 0 or nonzero? (Heat transfer)
Dec
15
accepted Define Pressure at A point. Why is it a Scalar?
Dec
14
asked Define Pressure at A point. Why is it a Scalar?
Dec
2
awarded  Critic
Dec
2
accepted Is it possible to know the exact values of momentum and velocity of a particle simultaneously?
Dec
2
accepted Is a 5p to 5s transition possible in a multielectron atom?
Dec
1
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
27
comment Do the properties of two streams flowing into an engine add together when they mix?
@DavidZaslavsky would you mind looking at my problem about gas flowing into an initially evacuated tank. I have almost all of it done but I am stuck at one part and I can't figure out how to get past it
Nov
27
comment 2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?
@rdhs do you think you could go look at my question about using the non-steady flow energy equation. I have most of the problem done but i just need some advice for the last portion
Nov
26
accepted Thermodynamic System: Windmill
Nov
24
comment 2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?
@rdhs Check the edits, I figured it out. I did write one of the flow rates wrong in the description but I was using the right mass flow rate in the problem. Turns out the problem lied in algebraically rewriting the steady flow energy equation. Algebraic mishaps are such middle school
Nov
24
revised 2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?
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Nov
24
comment 2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?
That's exactly the equations that's in the book. What typos do you see in the question though? And in my calculations, I made sure to change the enthalpies to J/kg instead of kJ/kg.
Nov
24
revised 2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?
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