lecture10 - Prof.Naik 2010 ME 200: Thermodynamics I Lecture...

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1 Prof.Naik © 2010 ME 200: Thermodynamics I Last Lecture Definition of a pure substance, its phase, and associated phase change processes Prof.Naik © 2010 Importance of property diagrams, especially P-v and T-v diagrams, for thermodynamic analysis Structure of P-v and T-v diagrams
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2 This Lecture Enthalpy Prof.Naik © 2010 Property Tables Enthalpy Property tables usually list specific properties such as specific volume, specific internal energy in terms of either Prof.Naik © 2010 pressure or temperature Other listed specific properties are “enthalpy” and “entropy” More about “entropy” later in the semester (2 nd Law) Enthalpy is a property defined for simplicity and convenience Total Enthalpy: Specific Enthalpy: Enthalpy is commonly used in the analysis of open systems (control volume)
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3 Property Tables Thermodynamic tables provide easy way of listing relevant properties and looking them up during analysis Prof.Naik © 2010 Property information available for compressed liquid, saturated liquid, liquid-vapor mixture, saturated vapor, and
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course ME 200 taught by Professor Gal during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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