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311_guide12 - ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid...

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ME 311 Reading Guide #12 1/2 ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences Reading Guide #12 Chapter 5 Sections 5.5 – 5.6 Section 5.5: The State Principle 1. Properties that depend upon size (or mass) are termed ___________________________. 2. Properties that are independent of size (or mass) are termed _____________________________. 3. The state of a pure substance can be determined if any ____________ independent, intensive properties are known. 4. Properties that are _____________________________ cross at a point rather than at an infinite number of points on a phase diagram. 5. The above statement is known as the ____________________ principle for a pure simple compressible substance. 6. Is quality an intensive property? Yes or no 7. A substance that is subject to only compressive and expansive work is known as a __________________ compressible _________________. Section 5.6: Use of Tables to Evaluate Properties 1. What are the three types of tables in which refrigerant data are presented __________________________________, _________________________________, _____________________________. 2. The first step to assessing a property is to determine which table to use by determining which region of the phase diagram the state lies. True or false 3. In which of the three regions (compressed liquid, superheated vapor or two‐phase liquid‐
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