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A hydrocarbon fuel of average composition of eicosene is burned in a furnace at 1atm pressure in such a way that the combustion gas analysis is 11% of CO2 AND 0.5% of CO. The air and fuel enter the furnance at 15 degree celsius and leaved at 204.4 degree celcius. Taking into account stack losses,what is the amount of heat available for transfer to the furnace per kg of fuel burned? The heat of combustion of the liquid fuel at 15 degree celcius and 1 atm is 45261.233kj/kg
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