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Unformatted text preview: Change in Specific Enthalpy: -=-+ (-) h2 h1 u2 u1 v p2 p1 and -= (-)+ (-) h2 h1 c T2 T1 v p2 p1 Universal Gas Constant: = . R 8 314 kJkmoleK and = R RM Ideal Gas Model: = pv RT = pV mRT with = v Vm = pv RT using = v vM and = R RM and = M molecular weight = pV nRT using = v Vn Change in Specific Internal Energy: -= uT2 uT1 T1T2cvTdT Change in Specific Enthalpy: -= hT2 hT1 T1T2cpTdT = + cpT cvT R = + cpT cvT R when = ( ) ( ) k cp T cv T =-cpT kRk 1 and =-cvT Rk 1 - ( )= (-) uT2 u T1 cv T2 T1 - ( )= (-) hT2 h T1 cp T2 T1 Polytropic Process: = pVn constant = p1V1n p2V2n so =( ) p2p1 V1V2 n = =--W 12p dV p2V2 p1V11 n For Constant Pressure: = = (-) W 12pdV P V2 V1 Isothermal Process: = = ( ) W P1V1lnV2V1 mRTln V2V1 1 st Law of Thermodynamics for a Closed System: -=-+ + Q W mu2 u1 KE PE .neglect KE and PE (they go to 0)...
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