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The turbines in a hydroelectric plant are fed by water falling from a 50 m height. Assuming 91% efficiency for conversion of potential to electrical energy, and 8% loss of the resulting power in transmission, what is the mass flowrate of water required to power a 200- watt light bulb?

The turbines in a hydroelectric plant are fed by water falling from a 50 m height. Assuming 91% efficiency for conversion of potential to electrical energy, and 8% loss of the resulting power in transmission, what is the mass flowrate of water required to power a 200- watt light bulb?

Grade:12th pass

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Vasanth SR
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4 years ago
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