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Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time Formula

Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000)
m=(Q<sub>r</sub>*t)/(y<sub>fg</sub>*1000)
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Which cooling system uses an evaporant?

An 'evaporative cooling system' uses an evaporant. It is mainly used in aircrafts. The mass of evaporant is calculated using following formula : (Rate of heat removal * time in minutes) / (latent heat of vaporization*1000) Initial mass of evaporant in Kg Rate of heat removal in J/min latent heat in KJ/kg

How to Calculate Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time?

Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time calculator uses Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000) to calculate the Mass, Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time = (Rate of heat removal * time in minutes) / (latent heat of vaporization*1000) . Mass and is denoted by m symbol.

How to calculate Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time, enter Rate of heat removal (Qr), Time in Minutes (t) and Latent heat of vaporization (yfg) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.425E-7 = (0.833333333333333*1200)/(2260000*1000).

FAQ

What is Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time?
Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time = (Rate of heat removal * time in minutes) / (latent heat of vaporization*1000) and is represented as m=(Qr*t)/(yfg*1000) or Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000). Rate of heat removal is the amount of heat removed per unit time. The heat added to or removed from a substance to produce a change in its temperature is called sensible heat, Time in Minutes - To convert time to minutes, multiply the time by 1440, which is the number of minutes in a day (24*60) and Latent heat of vaporization is defined as the heat required to change one mole of liquid at its boiling point under standard atmospheric pressure.
How to calculate Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time?
Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time = (Rate of heat removal * time in minutes) / (latent heat of vaporization*1000) is calculated using Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000). To calculate Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time, you need Rate of heat removal (Qr), Time in Minutes (t) and Latent heat of vaporization (yfg). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Rate of heat removal, Time in Minutes and Latent heat of vaporization and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Mass?
In this formula, Mass uses Rate of heat removal, Time in Minutes and Latent heat of vaporization. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Mass=2*Vapour Density
  • Mass=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position*Uncertainty in velocity)
  • Mass=Electrochemical Equivalent*Electric Current*Time
  • Mass=-(Constant K*Distance Traveled)/Acceleration
  • Mass=Constant K/(Angular Frequency^2)
  • Mass=Density*pi*Height*Radius^2
  • Mass=Density*Length*Height*Width
  • Mass=Density*pi*(4/3)*Radius of Sphere^3
  • Mass=Density*(1/3)*pi*Height of Cone*Radius of cone^2
  • Mass=Density*Length of rectangle*Breadth of rectangle*Thickness
  • Mass=Density*pi*Thickness*Radius^2
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