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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS MECHANICAL & AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING ENG-105: THERMODYNAMICS MIDTERM #2 Professor Aldredge Spring Quarter, 2007 YOU HAVE 1 HOUR AND 40 MINUTES TO COMPLETE THIS EXAMINATION. PLEASE SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK ON THE PAGES PROVIDED, IF POSSIBLE. NOTE THAT THE PROBLEMS ARE NOT EQUALLY WEIGHTED. YOU ARE ALLOWED TO REFER TO YOUR OWN SHEET OF HANDWRITTEN NOTES DURING THE EXAM. YOU ARE ALSO ALLOWED TO REFER TO EITHER YOUR PROPERTY-TABLES BOOKLET OR TO THE CONVERSION FACTORS IN THE INSIDE FRONT COVER OF YOUR TEXTBOOK AND THE APPENDICES AT THE BACK OF YOUR TEXTBOOK. YOU MAY NOT REFER TO ANY OTHER PART OF YOUR TEXTBOOK OR TO ANY OTHER NOTES DURING THE EXAM. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE EXAMINATION RULES. Printed Name: _________________________________ Signature: _________________________________ Student ID: _________________________________
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1. One kilo mole of an ideal gas initially at 350K and 5 bars undergoes an isothermal process during which 500 kJ of heat is received. Determine the final pressure of the gas. (20 points)
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2. A homeowner wants to pump water out of her basement which flooded during a recent storm. How
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENG 105 taught by Professor Alderidge during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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