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A passenger plane flies at an altitude of 8300 m. To dispense with oxygen masks a constant pressure which corresponds to an altitude of 4150 m is maintained in the cabins with the aid of compressor. Take the mean temperature of outside air as equal to 0 degrees. The difference between pressure inside and outside the cabin is (g = 10 m/s^2 , molar mass of air M = 28 * 10 ^ -3 kg , Gas constant R = 25/3 J/mol k , e = 2.72) options a) 2.4 atmos b) 0.024 atmos c) 0.24 atmos d) 24 atmos


A passenger plane flies at an altitude of 8300 m. To dispense with oxygen masks a constant pressure which corresponds to an altitude of 4150 m is maintained in the cabins with the aid of compressor. Take the mean temperature of outside air as equal to 0 degrees. The difference between pressure inside and outside the cabin is
(g = 10 m/s^2 , molar mass of air M = 28 * 10 ^ -3 kg , Gas constant R = 25/3 J/mol k , e = 2.72)
options
a) 2.4 atmos
b) 0.024 atmos
c) 0.24 atmos
d) 24 atmos
 


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