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Unformatted text preview: EML 3100 Exam 4 THERMODYNAMICS 4/23/08 3:00-5:00 pm Page 1/4 Solutions (firstname.lastname@example.org) series a DO NOT WRITE ON THE BLUE TABLES. RETURN THE BLUE TABLES WITH YOUR EXAM. DO NOT STAPLE THE EXAM SHEETS TOGETHER. Put your answers on the same sheet as the question, Use many digits in your computation. You must give the units of your answers. You must write clearly. Encircle the right answer number in multiple choice. To correct, erase the wrong circle as well as you can and encircle the corrected answer number twice. Best possible answer for multiple choice. For questions asking a number, putting the clear correct formula(s) below the question might result in partial credit even if the answer is wrong. Not following those requirements will result in reduced or no credit. 1. (3%) Which of the following items is best described as a control mass, normally speaking. (a) A running faucet. (b) circlecopyrt A wall. (c) A shopping bag being emptied. 2. (3%) An isentropic pressure increase (a) can turn a liquid-vapor mixture into all liquid....
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2011 for the course EML 3100 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '10 term at FSU.
- Summer '10