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### Mid-Term2_MAE110A_1st

Course: MAE 110a, Spring 2012
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RETURN ____________________________________________________________ Name Signature Student# ATTENTION: THIS PAGE SIGNED WITH YOUR EXAM BOOKLET University of California, San Diego MAE 110A Thermodynamics C.F.M. Coimbra Winter 2012 Second Midterm Exam Part I: Theory Closed Book; Closed Notes; No Calculator or Electronics Allowed. 1. Isentropic Process for an Ideal Gas [50 pts; 30 min]. For an ideal gas, and...

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RETURN ____________________________________________________________ Name Signature Student# ATTENTION: THIS PAGE SIGNED WITH YOUR EXAM BOOKLET University of California, San Diego MAE 110A Thermodynamics C.F.M. Coimbra Winter 2012 Second Midterm Exam Part I: Theory Closed Book; Closed Notes; No Calculator or Electronics Allowed. 1. Isentropic Process for an Ideal Gas [50 pts; 30 min]. For an ideal gas, and starting with the First Law and definition the of entropy for an internally reversible process, show that Pvk = constant for an isentropic process when Cp and Cv are constant. For full credit, work all details and explain each assumption along the way. Hint: first develop the TdS relationships then use the definition of enthalpy to develop a relationship between R, Cp and Cv. Some useful relations: Pv = RT dU = Q) int. rev. W) int. rev. TdS = Q)int. rev. Page 1 of 1
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