# 8. Removing damage by tapping it out with a hammerand dolly is often referred to as(A) contouring(B) roughing out(C) forming(D) tapping out

tapping out I think sorry if I'm wrong

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A refrigeration system was checked for leaks. The system temperature and surroundings were 75°F when the system was charged with nitrogen to 100 psig. The temperature then dropped to 50°F. What should the pressure be if no nitrogen has escaped?A) 9 psig
B) 94 psig
C) 100 psig
D) 90 psig

The temperature and pressure of an ideal gas are directly proportional

The pressure of the system should be in the range B) 94 psig

The given refrigerator parameters are;

The temperature of the system and the surrounding, T₁ = 75 °F = 237.0389 K

The pressure to which the system was charged with nitrogen, P₁ = 100 psig

The temperature to which the system dropped, T₂ = 50 °F = 283.15 K

The required parameter;

The pressure, P₂, of the system at 50°F

Method:

The relationship between pressure and temperature is given by Gay-Lussac's law as follows;

At constant volume, the pressure of a given mass of gas is directly proportional to its temperature in Kelvin

Mathematically, we have;

Plugging in the values of the variables gives;

Therefore;

The closest option to the above pressure is option B) 94 psig

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B 94 psig because the temperature dropped too

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A 26-tooth pinion rotating at a uniform 1800 rpm meshes with a 55-tooth gear in a spur gear reducer. Both pinion and gear are manufactured to a quality level of 10. The transmitted tangential load is 22 kN. Conditions are such that Km = 1.7. The teeth are standard 20-degree, full-depth. The module is 5 and the face width 62 mm. Determine the bending stress when the mesh is at the highest point of single tooth contact.

The bending stress of the face tooth is

Explanation:

From the question we are told that

The number of tooth of the pinion is

The velocity of rotation is given as

The number of tooth is of the gear is

The quality level is

The transmitted tangential load is =

The angle of the teeth is

The module is

The face width is

The diameter of the pinion is mathematically represented as

Substituting the values

The pitch line velocity is mathematically represented as

Substituting values

Generally the dynamic factor is mathematically represented as

Now B is a constant that is mathematically represented as

substituting values

A is also a constant that is mathematically represented as

Substituting values

Substituting these value into the equation for dynamic factor we have

The geometric bending factor for a 20° profile from table

"AGMA Bending Geometry Factor J for 20°, Full -Depth Teeth with HPSTC Loading , Table 2-9"

That corresponds to 55 tooth gear meshing with 26 pinion is

the diameter pitch can be mathematically represented as

Substituting values

The mathematically representation for gear tooth bending stress in the teeth face is as follows

is the face width

is the application factor  this is obtained from table "Application Factors, Table 12-17 " and the value  is    = 1

is the size factor

is the rim thickness factor which is obtained for M which has a value  1

is the idler

Substituting values into equation 1

The hot water needs of an office are met by heating tab water by a heat pump from 16 C to 50 C at an average rate of 0.2 kg/min. If the COP of this heat pump is 2.8, the required power input is: (a) 1.33 kW (d) 10.2 kW (b) 0.17 kW (c) 0.041 kW

option B

Explanation:

given,

heating tap water from 16° C to 50° C

at the average rate of 0.2 kg/min

the COP of this heat pump is 2.8

power output = ?

the required power input is 0.169 kW or 0.17 kW

hence, the correct answer is option B

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Benzene vapor at 480°C is cooled and converted to a liquid at 25°C in a continuous condenser. The condensate is drained into 1.75-m3 drums, each of which takes 2.0 minutes to fill. Calculate the rate (kW) at which heat is transferred from the benzene in the condenser.