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# HomeworkSolutions4 - SP36 (a) 2.65; (b) 0.00124 kW/K; (c)...

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Thermodynamics ME 200 – Fall 2011 Numerical Answers to Homework Problems Lectures 31 through 40 6.122 (a) 1828°R; (b) 1938°R 6.129 (a) 408 K; (b) -49.14 kJ/kg SP31 (a) 211.2 kW; (b) 83%; (c) 0.1219 kW/K 6.140 (a)371.3 kW; (b) 0.155 kW/K; (c) 0.853 6.150 (a) 207.8 kJ/kg; (b) 0.08 kJ/kg-K; (c) 0.808 SP32 (a) 721.95 m/s; (b) +0.0285 kJ/kg-K 6.172 (a) -6.613 kW; (b) -0.143 kW 6.174 (a) 420.4 K; (b) -30.69 kJ/kg SP33 (a) 216.65 kJ/kg; (b) -382.3 kJ/kg 8.3 (a) 0.4706; (b) 0.3788; (c) 1317.1 kJ/kg; (d) 697.5 kJ/kg 8.7 (a) 1.112 x 10 5 kW; (b) 2.869 x 10 5 kW; (c) 0.388; (d) 2335 kg/s SP34 (a) 41.48 kg/s; (b) 24.7% 8.21 (a) 52.7%; (b) Q in = 4.054 x 10 4 kW, Q out = 1.73 x 10 4 kW 8.22 (a) 8.161 x 10 4 kW; (b) 32.2%; (c) -7643 kW; (d) 1963 kg/s 8.29 (a) 3913.9 kJ/kg; (b) 41.9%; (c) 2274.1 kJ/kg SP35 (a) T 2 = 231.3°C, T 4 = 87.8°C; (b) 62.75 kg/s; (c) 34%; (d) 15.4 kW/K, 46.7 kW/K 10.10 (a) 66.12 kW; (b) 57.3 tons; (c) 3.05 10.21 (a) 0.1444 kg/s; (b) 55.36 kW; (c) 2.71; (d) 88.8%
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Unformatted text preview: SP36 (a) 2.65; (b) 0.00124 kW/K; (c) 4.83 kPa; (d) 0.236 kW 10.36 (a) 0.197 kg/s; (b) 6.55 kW, 8.214 kW ( c = 75%); (c) 5.34, 4.26 ( c = 75%) 10.42 (a) 1257 ft 3 /min; (b) 79.7%; (c) 2.86 hp; (d) 6.92; (e) 8.6 gal/min SP37 (a) 1.17 kg/min; (b) 3.08 kW; (c) 4.68 9.6 51.1 hp; 118.6 lbf/in 2 9.18 (a) 855.1 kJ/kg; (b) 61.1%; (c) 379.2 kPa SP38 (b) T 2 = 300 K, p 2 = 1000 kPa, T 3 = 1500 K, p 3 = 5000 kPa, T 4 = 597.2 K, p 4 = 199.1 kPa; (c) -2.30 kJ; (d) 52% 9.20 (a) 23.19; (b) 2.19; (c) 59.7%; (d) 975 kPa 9.31 (a) 0.03 kg; (b) 18.157 kJ, -7.538 kJ; (c) 10.619 kJ, 58.5% SP39 (b) 74.6 kW 9.42 (a) 21.54 kg/s; (b) 20784 kW; (c) 48.1% 9.53 (a) p 1 = 100 kPa, T 1 = 300 K, h 1 = 300.19 kJ/kg; p 2 = 1200, T 2 = 676.7 K, h 2 = 688.27 kJ/kg; p 3 = 1200 kPa, T 3 = 1450 K, h 3 = 1575.57 kJ/kg; p 4 = 100 kPa, T 4 = 920.3 K, h 4 = 955.74 kJ/kg; (b) 43.15 kg/s; (c) 38,287 kW; (d) 26.12% SP40 (a) 1123.4 kJ/kg; (b) 85%...
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