ch19-p058 - 58. Let p1 , V1 and T1 represent the pressure,...

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58. Let 11 , p V and 1 T represent the pressure, volume, and temperature of the air at 1 4267 m. y = Similarly, let , p V and T be the pressure, volume, and temperature of the air at 1567 m. y = Since the process is adiabatic p Vp V γγ = . Combining with ideal-gas law, p VN k T = , we obtain 1 ( / ) constant p V p Tp pT pT pT γ −− == = ¡ = With 0 ay p pe = and 4/3 = (which gives (1 ) / 1/ 4 −=
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