LBYME16-Expt 1 Ventura

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De La Salle University College of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Department Ventura, Raissa   LBYME16 EE1 I. Title of Experiment: Experiment Number 1: Pressure- Temperature Relation for Saturated System II. Analysis and Conclusion: Throughout the twenty runs at 29.8 psia barometer reading and a Gage reading  increasing every five psia, the temperature in both thermometers increased as well. The  increase was in small graduations. The temperatures at point one and two differed only by a few  degrees but the temperature reading at point one was almost always slightly higher than that of  the temperature in point two. Through the results, the group was able to arrive at the conclusion that the relationship  of pressure to temperature is directly proportional. However, it should be noted that in the  saturation curve, the pressure-temperature relationship is no longer directly proportional.  The relationship of the temperature and Hfg is indirectly proportional, we can see that as  the temperature increases, the Hfg decreases.  III. Data and Calculation:   Pressure Temperature, F   No of  runs. Gage Barometer  reading Absolute  psia T1 T2 Average
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course M.E 109 taught by Professor Mrqube during the Spring '11 term at Ateneo de Manila University.

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