A calorically perfect gas specific heat at constant pressure 1000 JkgK enters and leaves a gas turbine with the same velocity The temperatures of the gas at turbine entry and exit are 1100 K and 400 K respectively The power produced is 46 MW and heat escapes at the rate of 300 kJs through the turbine casing The mass flow rate of the gas in kgs through the turbine is
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A calorically perfect gas (specific heat at constant pressure 1000 J/kg.K) enters and leaves a gas turbine with the same velocity. The temperatures of the gas at turbine entry and exit are 1100 K and 400 K, respectively. The power produced is 4.6 MW and heat escapes at the rate of 300 kJ/s through the turbine casing. The mass flow rate of the gas (in kg/s) through the turbine is

A. 6.14
B. 7.00
C. 7.50
D. 8.00


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