MSE 308 Problem Set 6 Solutions

MSE 308 Problem Set - MSE 308 Thermodynamics of Materials Dept of Materials Science Engineering Spring 2005/Bill Knowlton Problem Set 6 Solutions 1

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MSE 308 Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering Thermodynamics of Materials Spring 2005/Bill Knowlton Problem Set 6 Solutions 1. Develop a state function for temperature for a system that varies with Gibb’s free energy and volume. Simplify your answer to receive full credit.
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MSE 308 Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering Thermodynamics of Materials Spring 2005/Bill Knowlton 2. Apply your solution to a gas of your choice and a solid of your choice. State your problem or pose the question to the problem. After you obtain your answers, comment or provide insight to what you have found. Use the table of materials parameters you obtained in class to aid you. You will be graded on your completeness and insight to the problem. 3. Develop a state function for a change in pressure for a process where S and H are changed. Simplify your answer to receive full credit.
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course ENGINEERIN MSE 308 taught by Professor Billknowlton during the Fall '10 term at Boise State.

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MSE 308 Problem Set - MSE 308 Thermodynamics of Materials Dept of Materials Science Engineering Spring 2005/Bill Knowlton Problem Set 6 Solutions 1

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