The water has the shape of a cylinder,
V = (pi/4)*D^{2}*H = 94248 in^{3}
A (US) gallon is 231 in^{3}, so about 408 gallons....
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Baume is fairly useless for dilution calculations. Use the caustic soda handbook.
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Do you have a source for the ABC equations? Deriving them is not trivial. However, all the variables logically have a a dimension of length. The equation...
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The first question is what kind of curve? The curve is only unique if you specify the class, and it has no more than three coefficients.
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Wikipedia and several other sites suggest a gunta is 1/40 acre or 121 sq yd in India, 120 sq yd in Pakistant. There are 4840 sq yd in an acre. Using...
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What are the units of your density? If g/cm³, I am assuming decimal is misplaced and you mean 0.935 g/cm³ (935 kg/m³)
Rewriting as 935 000...
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I don't know any simple formulas, and I don't know much about superheated steam.
I would recommend Revised Release on the IAPWS Industrial
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Are you sure the units are right, picomoles per kilogram.
0.227 ppm is about 1.3 µmol/kg...
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I am having a little trouble following your method as pico is 10^{12}, but I get the same answer. My approach:
0.4025 pmol/kg x 174.9668 g/mol...
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1 mg = 1000 µg
I assume m³ is gas measured at some actual temperature and pressure, which are not the "normal" conditions used...
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The area (SY) is only the length x width. Neither the thickness nor the density enters into it.
Volume is area x thickness. However, it...
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It depends on how you approach the problem.
My way would be to recognize the cost is $84760 in each case, and I need to know the square yardage,...
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You need to know the volume of exhaust gas produced (the denominator of your emissions) while generating a kilowatt hour of electricity.
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Normal cubic meters are measured at a "normal" temperature and pressure, usually 0 °C, 101.325 kPa, while cubic meters are measured at actual...
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Assuming air flow is equal through each, and uniform velocity across the opening
4 x 1.2 m x 1.2 m = 5.76 m² total area
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