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Old 09-13-2004, 12:15 PM   #29
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Unfortunately, every so often we have to learn to tolerate "hot air."
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In order to complete my enthalpy calculations, I need to know the temperature of the 'hot air' you are talking about. If a Btu weighs 2.67 oz, and the heat capacity of air is 0.25 Btu/lb F, I cannot estimate the weight of the hot air unless I know the specified temperature.
How is Corky doing with his calculations? Does he need more biscuit input?
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