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Unformatted text preview: MAE 204
Exam 1 — Part 1 §o\o¥l “(\3 Name: Instructions:
1. Print your name in the space provided.
2. Carefully read each problem before beginning the problem. 3. Show all work, partial credit will be given for written work only
Neatness is important for you to get all possible credit. 4. No books, notes, or calculators allowed.
5. All answers must be circled and have the correct units. 6. If you need extra space, use the back of a page and make a note
that you have continued elsewhere. 7. Unless otherwise stated assume gravity is 9.8 m/s2.
8. Unless otherwise stated assume atmospheric pressure is 100kPa. 9. Unless otherwise stated assume no change in kinetic or potential
energy. October 13, 201 1
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and also the ordering of the states: Polytropic
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is the volume ﬂow rate of air that can be accelerated by the fan if the input power is 200 W. Assume
that the density of the gas is 1 kg/ m3 and constant pressure. ~ ‘ A m
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and a temperature of 600 K exposed to moving air at a temperature of 300 K has a heat transfer
rate of 60 kW. What is heat transfer rate coefﬁcient associated with this system? 0:“ onJ‘C
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[Al‘ch change to)“ dawn. Saturation Pressure Problem 5 (2 points) A closed, quasi—static system undergoes a process which only has energy
transfer due to heat and boundary work. What must be true about the process for the heat
transferred to be equal to the change in the enthalpy? Tkt [QV‘S5QV‘L mus)? ﬁlmsin Conslenl~I MAE 204
Exam 1 ~ Part 2 QOMJSH ° n3 Name: Instructions:
1. Print your name in the space provided.
2. Carefully read each problem before beginning the problem. 3. Show all work, partial credit will be given for written work only
Neatness is important for you to get all possible credit. 4. You may use one textbook and one calculator.
5. All answers must be circled and have the correct units. 6. If you need extra space, use the back of a page and make a note
that you have continued elsewhere. 7. Unless otherwise stated assume gravity is 9.8 m/sz.
8. Unless otherwise stated assume atmospheric pressure is 100kPa. 9. Unless otherwise stated assume no change in kinetic or potential
energy. October 13, 2011
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MAE 204, Exam 1 — Part 2 Name QQ \QSW on) Page 3 Problem 1 (20 points) Your PHB has requested that you spec a pump to compress liquid water.
Assume that water enters the pump from a still and large reservoir at a pressure of 100 kPa, a
temperature of 20°C and at a height of 500m above sea level. The pump must be capable of
compressing the water to a pressure of 30 MPa, a temperature of 372°C at a height of 500m above
sea level with an outlet velocity of 4 m/s and a constant flow rate of 2 kg/s. Problem 1(a) (3 points) What is the speciﬁc volume of the ﬂuid entering the pump? macaw; em out M Suiwives ow)
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MAE 204, Exam 1 — Part 2 Name gok‘év' b A) P age 4 Problem 1(d) (8 points) There are three pump which are available. Each of these pumps
runs on electricity and has a ﬁxed input electrical power, efﬁciency and equipment cost
listed. Which should you recommend? (You must show your reasoning for credit.) ‘ ‘0 A. We=170kW 7720.6 Cost=$50,000 w . ,
B. Wezigokw 77:0.57 Cost=$65,000 “L: ‘30“ go bosznz'bt
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regime. The initial state is vapor at a pressure of 10 MPa and a temperature of 500°C. The cycle
is given by (all states are superheated vapor): 1 ——> 2 Isochoric heat addition until the pressure is 20 MPa. 2 —> 3 Polytropic expansion with a constant of n = 1.3. 3 —> 1 Isobaric compression back to the initial state. Problem 2(a) (2 points) Sketch this cycle on a pressure—volume plot in relation to the
saturation curve. Q) B a) C3) 1/ Problem 2(b) (5 points) Determine the heat required for the ﬁrst process. Lil/l " Hulélﬁ ‘ q&_LI; " QIO ‘ .waw @31va
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the second process. P1: \0 MP3 3
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MAE 204, Exam 1 — Part 2 Name %Q\°¥' an 5 Page 7 Problem 2(e) (5 points) What is the net work associated with this cycle? “\C‘F Lt)¢r\‘ 7— 80M MRS Q\\ Loor\S M eat/L} ()3: O‘OS‘C (3/ng mvb
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100kPa and a temperature of 80°C until the volume is reduced to 51% of the original volume. Problem 3(a) (5 points) Assuming that the R134a is modelled as an ideal gas determine
the ﬁnal pressure. P‘ ’2 [00 M33 T7 '2 BOQ’L {a}? (7 Trsa‘oug C)?” ‘3 I Problem 3(1)) (5 points) Assuming that the R1343. is NOT modelled as an ideal gas deter—
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the change in internal energy for this process is zero. Ta‘
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the rejected heat per mass to make the process isothermal. E10097 bg\<n(¢ I ’3 E : NA: ‘wb 'Qoufr,
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l T 1(gmavs,«§‘)k_: 535%; cob: (o.O&II—l°.\(?>§1d'\‘) \q 51 :"lol.$'783 kT/kg MAE 204, Exam 1 w Part 2 Name go\°\ﬁ an 5 Page 10 Problem 4 (10 points) You are given an unknown gas and asked to determine What it is. Problem 4(a) (4 points) You place 0.25kg of the gas into a constant—pressure piston. You
measure that it takes 112.685J of energy to raise the temperature from 299.9K to 300.1K.
Based on this information What gas do you think it is? Us: “‘1 degPniiﬁm A CF: (‘13: (%\P= L ﬁll
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= 22.9957 321. Us“ Mu Aja em mcitlg lh’le’rlﬂene Problem 4(b) (4 points) You then place 0.45kg of the gas into a rigid tank. You measure
that it takes 144.881J of energy to raise the temperature from 299.9K to 300.1K. Does this information dispute or conﬁrm your result in part (aK'.P p533; LCM ﬂ____ Misery: 00],“;
CV, (“iv ‘0‘ m v3T V “om gamma Lilo 16’ '7 LL " \‘CoOo’lg kTilfJL. % CV all" MeirlnCnc, Rh: Pauli, .37 Problem 4(c) (2 points) Assuming that the gas is an ideal gas and based on your results
for parts (a) and (b) determine the gas constant associated with this gas. ...
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