Exam1 - NIE 3 124ThermodYnamics Fatl2007- Exam#1 Name:...

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NIE 3 124 ThermodYnamics Fatl2007 - Exam #1 lz,-V Name: Fe / , Pledged: 1. PropE[es that depend onthe mass or size of the system' @Pxtensive b) intensive c) sPecific d) molar 2. Positive work is work done on the system' a) True @rut" 3. Posijgle heat transfer is heat fansferred into the system' (gflrue b) False 4. A process where the system and surroundings are restored exactly to their initial state after the process. a) irreversible Process b) steadY-state Process @eversible d) actual Process 5. It is impossible for any system to operate in such a way that the sole result would be an ;";;tA;tfer by heat from a cooler to a hotter bodv' (4lClausius statement b) Kelvin-Planck statement c) Carnot statement d) Rankine statement /-
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ME3t24 ThermodYnamics Fall2007 - Exam #l 6. A piston-cylinder assembly consisting of 1 kg of HzO undergoes the following processes process 1-2 : constant'pressure heating at l0 bar from saturated vapor Process 2-3 : constant-volume cooling p::5 baro Tg:180oC a) Sketch the processes on p-v and T-v diagrams labeling
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