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5 LB EACH D 1 IN . C C D A 1 IN. 1 SQ IN. B A B 1/ 16 SQ IN. Figure 1-15 Pressure per square inch of flat surface. Problem Lay out entire surface ABDC equal to 1 square inch, and divide the surface into 16 small squares (1/16 square inch), placing a 5-pound weight on each small square. 0625 square inches. 0625 square inches of surface. In the left-hand diagram (see Figure 1-15), the 5-pound weights are distributed over the entire 1 square inch of area, the pressure totaling 80 psi of surface (5 × 16).
Contrary to popular belief that heat is transferred through solids by radiation; heat is transferred through solids (such as a boilerplate) by conduction (see Figure 1-10). The temperature of the furnace boilerplate is only slightly higher than the temperature of the water that is in contact with the boilerplate. This is because of the extremely high conductivity of the plate. Conduction of heat is the process of transferring heat from molecule to molecule. 5034 Gases the other end in the hand, the end in the hand will become warm or hot.
This means that it passes through equal arcs in equal intervals of time. Perpendiculars from points 1, 2, 3, and so on, locate the corresponding positions a, b, c, and so on, of the piston. As shown in the diagram, the traversed spaces (Aa, ab, and so on) are Basic Fluid Principles 33 TANT CONS OF EQUA S AL RV E T ES IN AC P S MOTION TIME L 3 SPAC ES EQ 2 4 L UA L EQUA L VALS INTER ES SPAC 5 1 EQUA L UA EQ c a b d e A B UNEQUAL SPACES VARIABLE MOTION UNEQUAL SPACES Figure 1-33 Constant motion and variable motion.