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Based on Tinside and Toutside, what would be the minimum net work required for an ideal Carnot heat pump cycle to provide the necessary heating from its condenser?
Knowing that the pulley has a radius of 1.5 ft, determine the components of the reactions at A and E.
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block c starts from rest and moves downward with a constant acceleration. knowing that after 5 s the velocity of block a relative to block d is 8 ft/s, determine a) the acceleration of the block c. b) the acceleration of portion e of the cable
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A Cylindrical specimen of some metal alloy 10mm in diameter is stress elastically in tension. A force of 15,000 N produces a reduction in specimen diameter of 7x10^-3 mm. Compute poisons ratio for this material if its elastic modulus is 100 GPa.
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1. Can you help me with this Thermodynamics question:
- A closed, rigid tank whose volume is 1.5 m3 contains refrigerant 134a, initially a two phase liquid-vapor mixture at 10C. The refrigerant is heated to a final state where temperature is 50C and quality is 100%. Locate the initial and final states on a sketch of the T-v digram. Determine the mass of vapor present at the initial and final state, each in kg.
2. Can you show me step-by-step how to determine the phase or phases in a system consisting of H2O at the following conditions and sketch p-v and T-v diagrams shown the locations of each state?:
- a) P= 80 lbf/in^2, T= 312.07 F
- b) T= 400 F, P= 360 lbf/in^2