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2. ## Pump curve problem

A recent exchange here on the boards inspired me to create a cool problem. Here goes: An old copy of a pump curve from a manufacturer shows the curve corresponding to an impeller diameter of 12 inches (shown here in blue). Another curve is shown in the graph (shown here in green), but a coffee stain on the graph covered the impeller diameter corresponding to this curve. The impeller diameter (inches) corresponding to the green curve is most nearly: (A) 10.5 (B) 11.0 (C) 11.5 (D) 12.5 Post your solution and explain your reasoning.
3. ## Help identify equations from 6MS for Thermal/Fluids

Hi all, Can you please help me identify the following equations? If you recognize the equation, can you help me locate the reference also? Is it in the MERM or some other reference? 6MS Thermal / Fluids 2nd Ed. - Problem # 67 - Theoretical adiabatic power - Pth = (k/k-1)*Q1*p1*[(p2/p1)^k-1/k - 1] 6MS Thermal / Fluids 2nd Ed. - Problem 71 - Equation to approx. time needed to increase boiler temperature - ln (Tg,in-T1/Tg,in-T2) = [m.dot*cp*(e^(UA/m.dot*cp-1)) / C * e^(UA/m.dot*cp-1))] * delta t Thanks for your time and help!
4. ## Material you'd like to sell

Hello, I'm planning on taking the PE exam in October, and was wondering if anyone would be willing to sell some of their study material. I'm doing the Fluids/Thermo section in the afternoon. Thanks in advance! -Chris A-10 Mechanical Systems Engineer
5. ## Fuel and Combustion

I've started preparing for the PE exam with Thermal/Fluid depth using the MERM. I'm currently working through the Fuel and Combustion problem section of the Thermodynamics chapter and I've noticed that the Lindeburg 1. Has a fairly large number of problems dedicated to this, 2. The questions are lengthy and sometimes complicated, 3. The SMS for Thermal/Fluids doesn't ask questions that are similar. Does anyone have any input on the stoichiometric fuel/combustion questions that show up on the exam? Thanks!
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