ThermoSolve - table, superheat table &...

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Determine the system and the substance (working fluid). Summarize the givens, assumptions, and what is to be determined. An Approach to Problem Solving Step 1:
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Step 2: •“Write” the mass, energy and entropy balances appropriate to the system (closed, control volume, steady state CV, ….) •Drop unimportant terms.
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Step 3: “Write” substance property relationships. Keep the state principle in mind. Possible relationships: • Liquid/vapor substance: saturated vapor/liquid
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Unformatted text preview: table, superheat table & compressed liquid table. Ideal gas: pv = RT & tables for u(T), h(T), s (T), p r & v r or the constant specific heat relationships. Non-ideal gas and compressibility factor. Step 4: Locate process end points on p-v and/or T-s diagrams and for quasi-equilibrium processes the process paths. Identify reversible processes. Locate the unknowns in the balance equations and/or the property relationships. Solve for them....
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course ENGRD 221 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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