Wk_12_Recitation

Wk_12_Recitation - • Find the mass composition{mf i the...

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Recitation 12/4/04 Bullets Fundamental Thermodynamic Functions Clapeyron and Clausius-Clapeyron Equations Throttling process and Joule-Thomson coefficient Mole and mass numbers / mole and mass fractions Dalton’s Law Ideal gas mixture property values. 1. An idea gas mixture with a molar composition of 12.5% CO 2 , 12.5% H 2 O and 75% N 2 enters a turbine at 1700 K and 22 bar and exits at 1 bar; the mass flow rate is 10 kg/s.
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Unformatted text preview: • Find the mass composition, {mf i }, the molar composition {y i }, and molar flow rates of the mixture components entering the turbine. • Assume the turbine operation is ideal and use the constant specific heat assumption to find the change in molar enthalpy across the turbine. • Find the power output of the turbine. For the analysis use specific heats values at 1000 K; see table A-21....
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