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16.20. Set Up: The maximum possible efficiencies is the Carnot efficiency, In this expression and must be in kelvins. and Solve: 16.21. Set Up: and For an engine, and Solve: (a) so (b) and Reflect: We assumed a Carnot cycle, because that cycle has the greatest possible efficiency for a given set of reser- voir temperatures, and The Carnot cycle is an idealized model with reversible heat flows. Any real engine will have an efficiency less than and will require a larger in order to achieve a 67% efficiency. 16.22. Set Up: Solve: (a) (b) (c) 16.23. Set Up: Solve: (a) (b) For one cycle, (c) 16.24. Set Up: For water, Solve: (a) is the heat removed from the water at to make ice at (b) 0 W 0 5 0 Q H 0 2 0 Q C 0 5 3.09 3 10 7 J 2 2.84 3 10 7 J 5 2.5 3 10 6 J. Q H 52 1 T H T C 2 Q C 52 1 297 K 273 K 2 1 2.84 3 10 7 J 2 52 3.09 3 10 7 J 0 Q C 0 5 mL f 5 1 85.0 kg 21 3.34 3 10 5 J / kg 2 5 2.84 3 10 7 J. 0°C. 0°C 0 Q C 0 0 Q H 0 5 0 W 0 1 0 Q C 0 . Q C Q H 52 T C T H . Q H , 0. Q C . 0, L f 5 3.34 3 10 5 J / kg. T H 5 297 K. T C 5 273 K, K 5 0 Q C 0 0 W 0 5 415 J 77 J 5 5.4. P 5 1 165 21 77 J 2 60 s 5 212 W. 0 W 0 5 0 Q H 0 2 0 Q C 0 5 492 J 2 415 J 5 77 J. Q H 52 1 T H T C 2 Q C 52 1 320 K 270 K 2 1 415 J 2 52 492 J. K 5 0 Q C 0 0 W 0 . Q C Q H 52 T C T H . Q C . 0. Q H , 0, 0 Q H 0 5 0 W 0 1 0 Q C 0 . e 5 W Q H 5 2.73
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2009 for the course PHYS 114 taught by Professor Shoberg during the Spring '07 term at Pittsburg State Uiversity.

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