3473-11 Lecture Outline 18

3473-11 Lecture Outline 18 - 1. Our interest in the...

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18 – 1 of 1 CHE 3473 – Fa11 Whiteley Lecture 18 (10/3/11) Assigned Reading Fundamental property relations Smith, Van Ness, Abbott 7 th ed. (SVNA7) Ch. 6, pp. 199 - 208 Assignments Handouts (on web unless stated otherwise) HW 6 due Wed, Oct 5 Outline 1. Complete Lecture 17 and final comments on Ch 3. 2. Where do we stand regarding our ability to define numerical values for physical properties? 3. Path to analytical expressions we can use to generate physical properties from P, V, T, and C p data. 4. Fundamental property relations and new defined state variables, A and G. 5. The use of exact differential equation properties in creating additional useful analytic expressions. 6. Useful expressions used to calculate U, H, and S. 7. Gibbs energy. Key Concepts
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Our interest in the fundamental property relations is understanding how we can calculate U, H, S and other state properties from P and T. 2. Much of chapter 6 involves “clever math.” Our emphasis is on using the results of “clever math” rather than on being able to reproduce all of the different expressions in Ch. 6. 3. Gibbs energy is considered a “generating function.” One of our goals as we go through Ch. 6 is to understand what this means. 4. For a truly incompressible fluid, we can analytically show that C P = C V . Key Skills 1. Ability to follow derivation of different fundamental property relations. 2. Ability to utilize physical property measurement data in the fashion of Example 6.1....
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