Typical Steady State Control Volume Problem Chart 2(Not complete material coverage)Inflow pointia105Normally 4 variables are needed to fully determine it (since there is also an unknown velocity.)············································2 known intensive variables(May get away withTonly in some approximations, eg, when usingsaturated values as an approximation for compressed liquids.)a63a63a63Tables, eg B.1.1-B.1.4;pvorTvdiagrams;v=vf+x(vg-vf)and similar foru,h, ands.Ideal gas (applicable?)pv=RT(4 forms)Tables A5-A8 foru,h,s.Make do with the for-mulae fordifferencesinintensive variables listedbelow under “Device”?a63Remaining intensive variablesp, T, v,(x,)u, h, s.············································Material flow:w=˙W/˙mq=˙Q/˙m˙m=˙V /v=AV/vA=π4D2a63a63a63Device or Control Volume
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