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EML 3100 Exam 4
THERMODYNAMICS
4/28/10 35 pm
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1. (3%) What would you normally best model as a control mass:
(a) A bone
(b) A heart
(c) A vein
2. (3%) If you have saturated vapor in an insulated container and you decrease the pressure reversibly,
(a) it turns into compressed liquid
(b) it turns into twophase
(c) it turns into superheated vapor
3. (3%) Air is heating up at a rate of 2
◦
C/min. Assuming that the air pressure remains constant, it is
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