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Engineering, 30.11.2021 06:40 queenmari49

A furnace is with a top pressure of 2 x 105 Pa which requires that the blast air be forced into the furnace at a pressure 0f 3.5 x 105 Pa. The temperature of the blast is
1200 K. Calculate, these blast air conditions the volume (m3
) of 1 tonne of dry blast.
Hint: Air consists of 79vol% nitrogen and 21vol% oxygen.

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