3473-11 HW 1 - Provide an explanation for your answer. 5)...

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1 of 1 CHE 3473 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Fall 2011 Homework #1 Due: Wed, 8/31/2011 Six problems (three points each), 18 points total. Problems 1 – 3 are from Smith, Van Ness, and Abbott, 7 th edition. 1) Problem 1.6. Assume the maximum pressure is 3,000 atm absolute and that the dead-weight gauge is located at sea level. 2) Problem 1.8 3) Problem 1.13 4) Is the liquid mole fraction, i x , for component “ i ” considered an intensive state variable, extensive state variable, or neither?
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Unformatted text preview: Provide an explanation for your answer. 5) Irrigation water is produced from sea water in California using the process shown below. Assuming the sea water feed rate is 200,000 lbm/hr, what is the brine recycle rate (lbm/hr) and the production rate of irrigation water (lbm/hr)? 6) A cylinder is filled with gas at a pressure of 1,530 kPa absolute. What is the reading on a pressure gauge connected to the cylinder that reads psig?...
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