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3.13 The mixing tank shown here initially contains 50 kg of water at 25'C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the, single outlet valve are opened. .so that two water streams, each with a flow rate of 5 k/min, flow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a flow rate of :O kglmin leaves the tank.
More DetailsA tank with a capacity of 500 gal originally contains 200 gal of water with 100 lb of salt in solution. Water containing 1lb of salt per gal is entering at a rate of 3 gal min and the mixture is allowed to ow out at 2 gal min. Find the amount of salt in the tank at any time prior …
More DetailsConsider the large mixing tanks shown in FIGURE 10.2.5. Suppose that both tanks A and B initially contain a 100 gallons of brine. Liquid is pumped in and out of the tanks as indicated in the figure; the mixture pumped between and out of the tanks is assumed to be well-stirred.
More Detailsthe tank; also determine the specific volume, in m 3/kg, and pressure, in bar, in the tank at that time. 4.4 Data are provided for the crude oil storage tank shown in Fig. P4.4. The tank initially contains 1000 m 3 of crude oil. Oil is pumped into the tank through a pipe at a rate of 2 m 3/min and out of the tank …
More DetailsQuestion: A mixing tank initially contains 50 kg of water at 25°C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened, so that two water streams, each with a flow rate of 5kg ...
More DetailsThe mixing tank shown here initially contains 50 kg of water at 25 degree C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened, so that two water streams, each at flow rate of 5 kg/min, flow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a flow rate of 10 kg/min leaves the tank.
More DetailsMixtures Solely on the basis of the physical description of the mixture problem on page 108 and in Figure 3.3.1, discuss the nature of the functions x 1 (t) and x 2 (t).What is the behavior of each function over a long period of time? Sketch possible graphs of x 1 (t) and x 2 (t).Check your conjectures by using a numerical solver to obtain numerical solution curves of (3) subject to the ...
More Detailsthe tank; also determine the specific volume, in m3/kg, and pressure, in bar, in the tank at that time. 4.4 Data are provided for the crude oil storage tank shown in Fig. P4.4. The tank initially contains 1000 m3 of crude oil. Oil is pumped into the tank through a pipe at a rate of 2 m3/min and out of the tank at a velocity of 1.5 m/s through ...
More DetailsTwo tanks are connected to each other through two pipes. Tank A contains 200 liters of water in which 60 grams of salt is dissolved (mixture) and Tank B contains 200 liters of pure water. The mixtu...
More DetailsA tank contains $70$ kg of salt and $1000$ L of water. A solution of a concentration $0.035$ kg of salt/liter enters a tank at the rate $5$ L/min. The solution is mixed and drains from the tank at the same rate. Find the amount of salt in the tank …
More DetailsWhen studying separable differential equations, one classic class of examples is the mixing tank problems. Here we will consider a few variations on this classic. Example 1. A tank has pure water ﬂowing into it at 10 l/min. The contents of the tank are kept thoroughly mixed, and the contents ﬂow out at 10 l/min. Initially, the tank contains ...
More DetailsFeb 01, 2012· The mixing tank shown here initially contains 50 kg of water at 25°C. Suddenly the two valves and the single outlet valve are opened so that two water streams, each with a flow rate of 5 kg/min, flow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a flow rate of 10 kg/min leaves the tank.
More DetailsName: _ __ Discussion Section: _____ 9 Problem 12 (15 points) The mixing tank shown below initially contains 50 kg of water at 25 ˚C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened. Both inlet streams have a flow rate of 5 kg/min and the exit stream has a flow rate of 10 kg/min.
More Details7. Consider two interconnected tanks such that there is a transfer of mixture between the tanks in both directions through two pipes. Tank 1 initially contains 30 gal of water and 25 oz of salt, and Tank 2 initially contains 20 gal of water and 15 oz of salt. Water containing 1 oz/gal of salt ﬂows into Tank …
More DetailsProblem 5: Each of the two tanks contains 200 gallons of water, in which initially 100 lb (Tank T 1) and 200 lb (Tank T 2) of fertilizer are dissolved. The inflow, circulation, and outflow are shown below. …
More DetailsConsider the two tanks shown. Each tank initially holds 100 gal of water in which 10 lb of salt has been dissolved. Fresh water flows into tank 1 at a rate of 3 gal/min, and the well-stirred ...
More DetailsMixing Problems. 30. Each of the tanks shown in Figure 3.2.9 contains a brine solution. Assume that Tank 1 initially contains 30 gallons (gal) of water and 55 ounces (oz) of salt, and Tank 2 initially contains 20 gal of water and 26 oz of salt.
More DetailsAn insulated rigid tank contains a saturated liquid-vapor mix of water initially at a pressure of 100 kPa. The mass of the mixture is 5 kg, but only 75.6 % of the total mass is liquid. An electric resistance heater is turned on within the tank until all the water has just vaporized. The heater power is a constant 3.2 kW.
More DetailsThe mixing tank shown here initially contains 50 kg of water at 25?C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened. so that two water streams, each with a flow rate of 5 k/min, flow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a flow rate of 10 kglmin leaves the tank.
More DetailsFeb 26, 2009· A tank with a 1000 gallon capacity intially contains 500 gallons of water that is polluted with 50 lb of particulate matter. At time (t=0), pure water is added at a rate of 20 gal/min and the mixed solution is drained off at a rate of 10 gal/min. How much particulate matter is in the the tank...
More DetailsConsider the large mixing tanks shown in Figure 8.3.1. Suppose that both tanks A and B initially contain 100 gallons of brine. Liquid is pumped in and out of the tanks as indicated in the figure; the mixture pumped between and out of the tanks …
More DetailsDi erential Equations Water Tank Problems Chapter 2.3 Problem #3 Variation A tank originally contains 100 gal of fresh water. Then water containing 1 2 lb of salt per 2 gallon is poured into the tank …
More DetailsConsider the mixing process shown in the figure. A mixing chamber initially contains 5 liters of a clear liquid. Clear liquid flows into the chamber at a rate of 10 liters per minute. A dye solution having a concentration of 0.75 kilograms per liter is injected into the mixing …
More DetailsProblem 3.13 The mixing tank shown here initially contains 50kg of water at 25 o C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened, so that two water streams, each with a flow rate of 5kg/min, flow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a flow rate of 10kg/min leaves the tank. The temperature of one inlet stream is 80 o C, and that of the other is 50 o C.
More Details1) The mixing tank shown in the ﬁgure initially contains 50 kg of water at 25 C. Suddenly the two inlet valves and the single outlet valve are opened, so that two water streams, each with a ﬂowrate of 5 kg/min, ﬂow into the tank, and a single exit stream with a ﬂowrate of 10 kg/min leaves the tank. The temperature of one
More DetailsInitially a tank contains 10000 litres of brine with a salt concentration of 1 kg salt per 100 litres. Brine with 2 kg salt per 100 litres enters the tank at a rate of 20 litres per second. The well-stirred mixture leaves at the same rate. Find the concentration of salt as a function of time.
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