Engineering ToolBox - Resources, Tools and Basic Information for Engineering and Design of Technical Applications! Fluid energy transfer.
The energy transfered with a substance can be expressed as
Q = m c p dt (1)
Q = quantity of energy transferred (kJ, Btu)
m = mass of substance (kg, lb)
c p = specific heat of the substance (kJ/kg oC, kJ/kg oK, Btu/lb oF)
dt = temperature difference (rise or fall) in the substance ( oC, K, oF) Example - Energy Transfer with Water
2 kg of water is heated from 20 to oC 60. The specific heat of water is oC 4.2 kJ/kg. The heat transfered can be calculated as oC
Q = (2 kg) (4.2 kJ/kg oC) ((60 oC) - (20 oC))
= 336 kJ
= (336 kWs) (1/3600 h/s)
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