Hm, you could be correct. I still have a hard time with it.
Mass flow rate is defined as density*velocity*cross sectional area of the pipe.
The density will change at various temperatures and pressures. But if it is the total of moles coming out for a time, t, why would they call it...
Hi all,
I have a question regarding the mass flow rate of air through a pipe. On paper, it looks like temperature and pressure effect the mass flow rate but I can't rationalize it in my head.
Here's what I got:
Goal: Calculate the actual mass flow rate of lets say, CH4 through a...
Hi,
I was standing in a river and I'm curious how much force it was exerting on my leg. I'm not sure how to do this calculation. Here's what I know:
F=ma
if the final velocity is zero, F=mv/t
I'll assuming I was standing in 1ft of water, my leg is 36in^2, and the water is traveling...