HW 5 - HW 5(due this coming Friday Problem 1 A mixture containing 2 kg of CO and 3 kg of O2 is compressed isothermally in a closed container from

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HW 5 (due this coming Friday) Problem 1 A mixture containing 2 kg of CO and 3 kg of O 2 is compressed isothermally in a closed container from the initial conditions of 1 bar, 1200 K, to the final conditions of 10 bar 1200 K. Assuming the process non reactive and reversible, determine: a) The final volume b) The work for the process c) The heat transfer for the process
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Problem 2 A mixture containing 2 kg of CO and 3 kg of O 2 is compressed adiabatically in a closed container from the initial conditions of 1 bar, 1200 K, to the final pressure of 10. Assuming the process non reactive and reversible, determine: a) The final temperature b) The work for the process c) The final volume
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Problem 3 The dehumidification section of a constant pressure air conditioning system is schematized below. The volumetric flow rate, the dry temperature, the dew point temperature and the pressure are assigned for the in-flowing air (see schematic below); the temperature of both the saturated out-flowing mixture and the condensed water is 10 ° C.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ME 304 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '08 term at Clemson.

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HW 5 - HW 5(due this coming Friday Problem 1 A mixture containing 2 kg of CO and 3 kg of O2 is compressed isothermally in a closed container from

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