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ME200_Exam3_Soln

# ME200_Exam3_Soln - First Name_Last Name CIRCLE YOUR LECTURE...

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1 First Name ___________________Last Name ____________________ CIRCLE YOUR LECTURE BELOW: 7:30 am 10:30 am 12:30 pm 1:30 pm 3:30 pm Son Braun Zhao Naik Richardson EXAM # 3 INSTRUCTIONS 1. This is a closed book examination. You are provided with an equation sheet and all needed property tables are provided. 2. Do not hesitate to ask the instructor if you do not understand a problem statement. 3. Start each problem on the same page as the problem statement. Write on only one side of the page. 4. Put only one problem on a page. A second problem on the same page will not be graded. 5. Label your system and list relevant assumptions for problems 2 and 3. 6. If you give multiple solutions, you will receive only a partial credit although one of the solutions is correct. Delete the solutions you do not want. 7. For your own benefit, please write clearly and legibly. Maximum credit for each problem is indicated below. 8. Do not turn in loose pages . 9. Once time is called you will have three minutes to turn in your exam. Points will be subtracted for exams turned in after these three minutes. Problem Possible Score 1 50 2 20 3 30 Total 100

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2 First Name ___________________Last Name ____________________ Problem 1. Place your answers in the boxes. Show work to receive credit. (50 points) 1.1 A reversible heat engine operates between high and low temperature reservoirs and produces work that is used to drive a reversible refrigeration cycle that operates between the same two reservoirs as shown.
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