The total amount of heat produced by a fuel having a calorific value of 20 kJ kg 1 was found to be 50,000 joules. How much fuel was burnt? 2500 kg 250 kg 25 kg 2.5 kg
Asked by bharanidharan12062007 | 22nd Mar, 2021, 02:27: PM
Calorific value of fuel = 20 kJ/kg
Total amount of heat produced by the fuel = 50000 J
Total fuel burnt = 50000/20000 = 2.5 kg
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 23rd Mar, 2021, 09:46: AM
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