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# exam122EML3100sp05_2UP - 9:49 EML3100 Exam 1.2.2 Name 30 i...

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Unformatted text preview: 9:49 EML3100, Exam 1.2.2 2/1/05 Name 30 i ”Uh 0‘“ lEML3100, Exam 1.2.2 2/1/05 2‘10 ‘5- Region A is Use this ﬁgure for questions 4, 5, and 6. a @ solid 5 /O 1. Fill In: Slﬁnlts Englﬁg Unlts (b) saturated solid IL» a.»— (c) compressed liquid 5 eciﬁc 01 i 240'. Lam p V ume : (d) saturated liquid quality 9/9 tumult/AA % “‘4‘le (e) superheated vapor (i) saturated vapor K) K err! 0 {a temperature . Line 1 is the (a) vaporization line @ sublimation line (0) fusion line . _ _ (d) critical line Questrons 2 - 5 are to test your ability to use the tables — only answers are necessary Z70 8. Point I is the 3% 2. What is the saturation pressure for R—l 34a with a saturation temperature of 40°C? (a) vaporization point Pressure . O i (ill MP/SL i O i (a 44 i4 i%\. Table #L @“il’le point (e) crrtlcal pornt . D 9. Calculate the weight (in kN) of a 20 ton (18143.7 kg) truck on the Pluto, where the gravitational acceleration is 0.6 m/sZ? m 7' i 8 i 4"?) ITI k3 F5: {Thlljik 221' 'W ' . What is the saturation temperature for water with a saturation pressure of 850 kPa? D, 5 E; M Ex 57 Temperature ‘ t} 2 ‘ 9 (90C Table # I 5 . What is the speciﬁc volume of superheated water vapor at 250°C, 1 MPa? {:3 7; 59 , L9 mm? m3 .._ 5; Speciﬁc Volume 0' 132'? F2 Table # A (g N: (em-m who 2915, IN ‘lm 3 . What is the speciﬁc volume of saturated liquid R-134a at 400 kPa? 0 . ’t M PM \ his”; [0 N m 3 . Speciﬁc Volume 0 '9 00:13”? 1“ Fa Table# A" i Z W : ‘0’89 kN 18 23 page 1 M9 page 2 of9 JEML3100, Exam 1.2.2 2/1/05 1EML3100, Exam 1.2.2 2/1/05 0. 5" M PM on 8§ “0/0 10. Given R—134a t 34°C and 500 kPa, H70 11- Givent 30°C with a quality of 85%, (3) Find the phase. (a) ind the phase. (b) Determine the speciﬁc volume. (b) Determine the pressure. (c) Determine the quality. (0) Determine the speciﬁc volume, Show all work, and specify tables used! Show all work, and specify tables used! DO NOT WRITE ABOVE THIS LINE! DO NOT WRITE ABOVE THIS LINE! r” K ‘5)?" 0.000 81H? 001mg 9,) 7L (A (wow/med W , Lemma o<rx<t (0%33M lama) base [:5 i ”5* ,SM? Baum tad—c < :3 c ‘ .. (b3 Lise/«3 MM @9 @ 0 e m “T” mWe gtWa 956990: W itmmmmw ﬁrm Wig... 30 awe—he 4O 0-0403?» 3. w 3 3 J2. 34” 9"“ “50.0005m7i23’ 0.85 (0.0265% ”03005“? “‘3 ix) 2 0.022695 4E?! page 3 of 9 . page 4 of9 lEML3100, Exam 1.2.2 2/1/05 I lEML3100, Exam 1.2.1 2/1/05 f 72. Z« , 3 I! . , . . - . m 13. Thls mommg the temperature 1n Tallahassee was 41°F, and the pressure was 100.8 kPa. During 12. G = . — _ ﬂail? we." 10 MPa WIth a spec1ﬁc volume 0“) 04101 kg ’ 0,0 0 a hurricane, the barometric could be as low as 92.2 kPa with 811‘ temperatures of 77 0F. (a) Find the phase Assuming ideal gas behavior for the air, and remembering that dcnsity = l/spcciﬁc volume, (b) Determine the t cmp crature (a) Skctch pictures of a quantity of air today in Tallahassee and during a hurricane, and write the given information under each picture. (c) Determine the quality. _ What is each temperature in CC? Show a" work, and SPeCify tables used! What is the density of the air in Tallahassee today? Do NOT WR'TE ABOVE ""3 ”NE! What is the density of the air in during a hurricane? If percent change is deﬁned to be ( a) * ﬁnal value — initialvalue initial value *100 What is the percent change in the density of the air during a hurricane, as compared to a normal Tallahassee day? Show all work, and specify tables used! DO NOT WRITE ABOVE THIS LINE! V: 92 2 kPot, {WWW @6910 MP0», lookmﬂ {Gite V- O’D4IO\% T1:(??°F~3'z)% ’Emr: O 2.830 %¢. 9 ”if?" Tum} (1:7- 511223: QTMK ”rite 25.: * 2’23" 296 K page 6 of9 JEML3100, Exam 1.2.1 2/1/05 lEML3100, Exam 1.2.1 2/1/05 & 1,2»‘2 ‘H.Z:Z BONUS: The gravitational acceleration on the moon is 1/6 times the earth's gravitational 51% acceleration. Calculate the mass of a 6 meter diameter solid copper sphere on the moon. l3. cont'd. Element Density (g/em3) Aluminum 2.70 R 100.8% .wa M5 w RTK 2 (0.28?01%K>@73 1‘) W90” [‘7an Gold 19.3 Iron 7.86 Silver 10.5 {03% it?" v " W- ' ~ . ., z l :- —L ‘ (bagwﬁyﬂﬁgkl 1W» ’0 ’ m “’ gleam" s mow/o? k3 = Looa m53 3 page 7 of 9 ...
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