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92 8. oooc Thermodynamic Relationships In all thermodynamic relationships, temperatures and pressures are absolute. Symbols for properties in capitals refer to a given mass of material, those in lower case are per unit mass ("specific"). 4 A Fluid Mechanics In fluid mechanics pressures can generally be either absolute or gauge. Either may be used except where specifically noted. _]_ pu2 d2 dp pu2 dr r Vortex flow: -=-- Free vortex: ur = const; Forced vortex: Constant area flow with friction (Fanno): !!..

L) "'s ~ , where f(x)dx = 1 = tP -00 4-2 l k (x-p) l u Its cumulative distribution F(x) = e -tr 2 dt = cP( x ~11 ) . Tables of rp(z) and 4\z) may be used for f(x) and F(x) by taking X-11 z=--. 3 Experimental Samples x 1, x 2, ••• Xn denote a set of n observations of a random variable having a normal distribution whose mean 11 is unknown. _Lix;-ml Sample variance: 1-"" (x; -m) 2 s2 =n - 1£... 58 m -,!! "n with n -1 degrees of freedom (tn-1), and the 95% confidence interval for p is obtained from m ± t c j;; and the table.

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