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Solve Problem 3.61 if there is a heat loss of 5.5 Btu/lb_{m} of fluid by heat transfer from the turbine casing.
Problem 3.61
A turbine is operated with an enthalpy at entrance of 1340 Btu/lb_{m} and an exit enthalpy of 1285 Btu/lb_{m}. If the entrance velocity of the turbine is 150 ft./s and the exit velocity is 500 ft./s, determine the work out of the turbine.
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