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Unformatted text preview: EML 3100 — Exam 3 '— Spring 2012 Friday, April 20
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below.>1dentify how the thermal efficiency of the cycle changes under the following conditions: Choose ONE of the following to complete each statement: INCREASE, DECREASE, or STAY THE SAME; (A) Increasing the exhaust pressure, P4, slightly will cause the
thermal efficiency to Wag/t A35 . . (B) Increasing the boiler exit temperature, T 3, slightly will cause the
' thermal efﬁciency to l“ Clem/3E Z (C) Increasing the mass flow rate through the system slightly will
cause the thermal efficiency to g’M‘,’ W15 $44442 . (D) Adding a reheat process to the cycle at an intermediate pressure,
P4 < P < P3, such that x4' is unchanged from its current value, will cause the thermal efficiency to D ECREA’SE ‘ . (E) Adding a regeneration process to the cycle whereby ﬂuid is
extracted ﬁ'om the tLu'bine at an intermediate pressure, P4 < P < P3, and reintroduced through the use of an open feedwater heater, will
cause the thermal efficiency to lN (Next/Ki: Problem 3 (20 points) sparkignition automobile engine can be modeled as an Otto cycle with compression
ratio I“, = 9. For operation at full throttle the following conditions are found: P1=1001<Pa, Tlé3201{, _T3=3lOOK. Assume that the effective cOnstant speciﬁc heat ratio is k = 9/7 and thatthe heating value of the fuel is FHV=
42000 kJ/kgfuel. The combustion process is modeled as an equivalent input of heat given by Q.”. = m F H V. Determine the constant pressure speciﬁc heat, c,,, the pressure after the compression stroke, P2, and theair to
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generated by the turbine is just sufﬁcient to drive the compressor. In addition to, m = 80 kg/s, WC = 25 MW,
' Cp = 1.148 l<J/l<gK and k = 4/3, the following conditions are known: T2=6SOK, T3=13OOK, P5=4001<Pa, T5=1800K,_P,=1OOkPa. Determine T 4, 7}, and the exit velocity, Vj. QHl T4 = [0957 R
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(B) Calculate the specific heat loss in the condenser 1'ij = 25 lcPa and X4 = 0.87. QM r that w _ We
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