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November 3rd, 2012, 07:41 AM   #1
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how the unit ( KJ/KgK ) comes like that ??

R = specific volume X (pressure / Temperature )

0.9m^3/kg (1.3X10^5 N/m^2 / 408 K )

R = 286 KJ/KgK

please can any one explain to me how the unit ( KJ/KgK ) comes ??
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Re: how the unit ( KJ/KgK ) comes like that ??

Hint: use the work-energy theorem to complete your dimensional analysis.
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Re: how the unit ( KJ/KgK ) comes like that ??

thanks so much .
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