mixing

  1. P

    Energy conservation in mixing streams

    Is it correct to apply two separate Bernoullis equation - for sections 1-3 and for 2-3? Why/why not? I ve seen such solution to this problem on the internet but I have some doubts. I think that energy between sections 1 and 3 is not conserved because of energy exchange with the other stream...
  2. N

    By mixing 3 types of invisible electromagnetic waves, as they pass through a solid ob

    -ject, could the waves raise the electron to a shell level that is the same as glass, so that light cannot be absorbed, to make the object translucent, or transparent. Is it possible for any invisible EM waves, like radio waves, ultraviolet soft, or hard X- Rays, or gamma rays, to be combined...
  3. timemachine2

    In this experiment by mixing EM, with light, could any solid element, become transpa

    -rent like glass. ;DLight does not have the energy to excite electrons in glass. So take any other opaque element hit it with UV rays, or any other EM radiation, whatever works best to excite the electron to the energy/shell level that will not excite RED light. Then mix the EM wave you used...
  4. timemachine2

    Could mixing light wavelengths effect absorption, and emission process.

    The electron when hit by light moves to a higher shell level very briefly, to either shell 1, or 2 depending on the energy of the light wavelength. So because you mixed any EM radiation, with red light which has the lowest energy, could when light, or other EM waves gets absorbed, and the...
  5. S

    Steam throttling & mixing

    Hi, I am trying to follow a worked example & i can not work out where a number comes from. You will possibly need steam tables in front of you for this. "steam at a pressure of 15bar & 250 deg C, flowing at a rate of 1.5 kg/s is throttled to a pressure of 7 bar and then is mixed with steam at...