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Example 2.10. Transformation of kinetic energy into enthalpy Water is flowing in a straight horizontal pipe of 2.5 cm ID with a velocity of 6.0 m/s. The water flows steadily into a section where the diameter is suddenly increased. There is no device present for adding or removing energy as work. What is the change in enthalpy of the water if the downstream diameter is 5 cm? If it is 10 cm? What is the maximum enthalpy change for a sudden enlargement in the pipe? How will these changes affect the temperature of the water? this is the example 2.10 from the introductory chemical engineering thermodynamics. can you resolve it again with clear hand writing and explanation.as soon as possible, please.

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