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Carbon dioxide with a specific weight of 0.114 lb/ ft3 and a dynamic viscosity of 3.34 x 10-7 lb-s/ ft2 flows in the shaded portion of the duct shown in Fig. 9.17. If the volume flow rate is 200 ft3 / min, calculate the Reynolds number of the flow. #### Which project should zhe accept

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