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SOLUTION MANUAL SI UNIT PROBLEMS CHAPTER 15 FUNDAMENTALS of Thermodynamics Sixth Edition SONNTAG BORGNAKKE VAN WYLEN
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Sonntag, Borgnakke and van Wylen CONTENT SUBSECTION PROB NO. Correspondence table Concept-Study Guide Problems 1-20 Equilibrium and Phase Equilibrium 21-24 Chemical Equilibrium, Equilibrium Constant 25-66 Simultaneous Reaction 67-73 Ionization 74-78 Review Problems 79-88 English Unit Problems 89-106
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Sonntag, Borgnakke and van Wylen Correspondence List CHAPTER 15 6 th edition Sonntag/Borgnakke/Wylen The correspondence between the new problem set and the previous 5 th edition chapter 15 problem set. New Old New Old New Old 21 1 44 67 22 2 45 31 68 42 23 new 46 69 44 24 3 47 22a,c 70 45 25 4 48 28 71 46 26 new 49 23 72 48 27 5 50 73 47 28 6 51 29 74 29 7 52 14 75 49 30 new 53 76 50 31 8 54 24 77 32 10 55 25 78 51 33 11 56 79 53 34 13 57 26b 80 27 35 new 58 32 81 38 36 15 59 30 82 41 37 17 60 33 83 43 38 18 61 34 84 16 39 9 62 35 85 54 40 20 63 37 86 55 41 21 64 39 87 56 42 26a 65 40 88 57 43 66 52 The English unit problems are: New 5th SI New 5th SI New 5th SI 89 53 21 95 62 45 101 67 71 90 new 25 96 63 54 102 68 72 91 58 31 97 64 58 103 69 73 92 59 36 98 new 59 104 70 88 93 60 37 99 new 63 105 71 80 94 61 39 100 65 68 106 72 87
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Sonntag, Borgnakke and van Wylen Concept-Study Guide Problems 15.1 Is the concept of equilibrium limited to thermodynamics? Equilibrium is a condition in which the driving forces present are balanced, with no tendency for a change to occur spontaneously. This concept applies to many diverse fields of study – one no doubt familiar to the student being that of mechanical equilibrium in statics, or engineering mechanics. 15.2 How does Gibbs function vary with quality as you move from liquid to vapor? There is no change in Gibbs function between liquid and vapor. For equilibrium we have g g = g f . 15.3 How is a chemical equilibrium process different from a combustion process? Chemical equilibrium occurs at a given state, T and P, following a chemical reaction process, possibly a combustion followed by one or more dissociation reactions within the combustion products. Whereas the combustion is a one-way process (irreversible) the chemical equilibrium is a reversible process that can proceed in both directions. 15.4 Must P and T be held fixed to obtain chemical equilibrium? No, but we commonly evaluate the condition of chemical equilibrium at a state corresponding to a given temperature and pressure. 15.5 The change in Gibbs function for a reaction is a function of which property? The change in Gibbs function for a reaction is a function of T and P. The change in standard-state Gibbs function is a function only of T.
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Sonntag, Borgnakke and van Wylen 15.6 In a steady flow burner T is not controlled, which properties are? The pressure tends to be constant, only minor pressure changes due to acceleration of the products as density decreases velocity must increase to have the same mass flow rate.
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