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Water enters a smooth thin-walled tube of 1 inch diameter at 50F and leaves at 150F. Heat is supplied to the water by condensing steam on the surface of the tube at a constant temperature of 250F. For a water flow rate of 1.5lbm/s (assuming fully-developed flow), determine:
The heat transfer coefficent for water inside tube
The length of the tube required for heating,
The water pressure drop and the pumping power required to overcome the pressure drop
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