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140 Molecular weight binary mixtures Brayton cycle systems change in pressure coefficients and pressure common averaging methods compare the relative conducted to determine conduit or duct decrease determine and compare drop for turbulent DROPS OF INERT drops were determined Figure 6(a flow is plotted fluid from argon Gas temperature geometry and constant given molecular weight heat exchanger Heat Transfer heat-transfer and pressure-drop helium helium-xenon mixture increase in molecular inert gases laminar flow laminar-flow heat-transfer coefficient Lewis Research Center mixture properties mixtures are higher mixtures of inert mole fraction molecular weight increases NASA NASA TN Neon obtained by common plotted against molecular Prandtl number pressure-drop comparisons pressure-drop equa pure components pure gas properties pure gas values pure gases relative heat relative heat-transfer coefficients relative pressure drop seen from figure specific heat temperature of 1000 transfer coefficient turbulent and laminar turbulent flow ture viscosity and thermal weight in figure weight of 75