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Calculate the plume rise from a 0.5 meter diameter smokestack emitting 5 m3/s of air at 500 degrees celsius. data from a nearby meteorologic station indicates the average wind speed in the area is 5 m/s, the environemntal temperature at the height of the stack is 280 degrees celsius and the potential temperature gradient is -0.01 degrees/m.

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