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ME 311 Reading Guide #11 1/2 ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences Reading Guide #11 Chapter 5 Sections 5.1 – 5.4 Section 5.1: Introduction 1. This chapter will be primarily focused on substances that undergo a change in ________________________. Section 5.2: Properties of Pure Substances 1. The ideal gas equation of state relates what three intensive properties? _______________________, ________________________________, ______________________________ 2. Density is __________________________ specific volume. 3. Instead of using the ideal gas equation of state, how should properties of water vapor (steam) be evaluated? ____________________________________________________________________ 4. In example 5‐1, is the ideal gas assumption for steam a good assumption? Yes or no. Why or why not? __________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. In addition to the temperature shown in figure 5‐2, what property remains constant during
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