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# 16_InstSolManual_PDF_Part10 - 16-10 Chapter 16 16.43 Set Up...

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16.43. Set Up: For water, and Solve: The energy collected in is The heat goes into the water, so The volume of water is Reflect: This is adequate for a typical household. 16.44. Set Up: For a heat engine and For a Carnot cycle, and In each cycle, leaves the hot reservoir and enters the cold reservoir. The work done on the water equals its increase in gravitational potential energy, mgh . Solve: (a) so (b) (c) so (d) The Carnot cycle is reversible and (e) so 16.45. Set Up: For an ideal diatomic gas, and Solve: (a) so (b) since D U 5 Q 2 W 5 2 1955 J 2 1 2 559 J 2 5 2 1396 J. Q 5 nC p D T 5 1 0.350 mol 2 A 7 2 B 1 8.315 J / mol # K 21 2 192 K 2 5 2 1955 J. W 5 p D V 5 nR D T 5 1 0.350 mol 21 8.315 J / mol # K 21 2 192 K 2 5 2 559 J. 3 S 1: W 5 2D U 5 1 786 J. D U 5 nC V D T 5 1 0.350 mol 2 A 5 2 B 1 8.315 J / mol # K 21 2 108 K 2 5 2 786 J. Q 5 0. 2 S 3: Q 5 D U 5 nC V D T 5 1 0.350 mol 2 A 5 2 B 1 8.315 J / mol # K 21 300 K 2 5 2183 J. D V 5 0. W 5 0 1 S 2: V 3 5 nRT 3 p 3 5 1 0.350 mol 21 0.08206 L # atm / mol # K 21 492 K 2 1.00 atm 5 14.1 L. p 3 5 1.00 atm. p 2 5 1 T 2 T 1 2 p 1 5 1 600 K 300 K 2 1 1.00 atm 2 5 2.00 atm. p 1 T 1 5 p 2 T 2 V 2 5 V 1 5 8.62 L. V 1 5 nRT 1 p 1 5 1 0.350 mol 21 0.08206 L # atm / mol # K 21 300 K 2 1.00 atm 5 8.62 L. p 1 5 1.00 atm. D U 5 Q 2 W . pV 5 nRT . g 5 C p C V 5 7 5 . C p
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Unformatted text preview: 5 7 5 . C p 5 7 2 R C V 5 5 2 R , m 5 W gh 5 33 J 1 9.80 m / s 2 21 35.0 m 2 5 0.0962 kg 5 96.2 g W 5 mgh D S 5 0. D S 5 2 Q H T H 1 Q C T C 5 2 150 J 408 K 1 117 J 318 K 5 0. T C 5 2 T H 1 Q C Q H 2 5 2 1 408 K 2 1 2 117 J 150 J 2 5 318 K 5 45°C Q C Q H 5 2 T C T H Q C 5 W 2 Q H 5 33 J 2 150 J 5 2 117 J W 5 eQ H 5 1 0.22 21 150 J 2 5 33 J e 5 W Q H Q C Q H T H 5 135°C 5 408 K. Q H . 0. W . Q C , 0, Q C Q H 5 2 T C T H . Q H 1 Q C 5 W . e 5 W Q H V 5 m r 5 57.3 kg 1.00 3 10 3 kg / m 3 5 57.3 3 10 2 3 m 3 5 57.3 L. m 5 Q c D T 5 1.08 3 10 7 J 1 4190 J / kg # K 21 45.0 C° 2 5 57.3 kg. Q 5 mc D T . Q 5 1 0.50 21 200 W / m 2 21 30.0 m 2 21 3600 s 2 5 1.08 3 10 7 J. 1 h 5 3600 s r 5 1.00 3 10 3 kg / m 3 . c 5 4190 J / kg # K 16-10 Chapter 16...
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• Spring '07
• Shoberg
• Energy, Heat, Trigraph, mol, Carnot cycle, Qh, QH TH

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