problem 03 a pump adds 10 kj kg to energy to the water that passes thr
Problem 03 - A pump adds 10 kJ/kg to energy to the water that passes through it. The water starts at a temperature of 290 degrees K. If the pressure starts at 100 kPa, determine the pressure at the outlet of the pump. The fluid has a negligible elevation change across the pump and the velocity is constant. Assume no entropy generation (i.e., entropy remains constant). (Hint: this is like working our pump example sort of from the other direction where the energy in is known, but the final pressure is not.)
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