598_Physics ProblemsTechnical Physics

598_Physics ProblemsTechnical Physics - 600 Heat and the...

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600 Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics P20.44 134 . kW P20.62 (a) 2 000 W; (b) 4 47 . ° C P20.46 (a) 0890 . ft F h Btu 2 ⋅° ⋅ ; (b) 185 . ft F h Btu 2 ⋅° ⋅ ; P20.64 376 m s (c) 208 . P20.66 (a) 15 0 . mg; block: Q = 0; W =− 500 J ; E int = K J ; P20.48 (a) ~10 3 W; (b) ~ 10 1 Ks ice: Q = W = J ; E int J = .; K = 0 (b) 15 0 Q = W = 0; E int J = K J ; P20.50 364 K metal: Q = W = 0 ; E int = K = 0 P20.52 47 7 . g (c) 000404 . ° C; moving block: Q = W 250 J ; E int J = K J ; P20.54 (a) 13 0 . ° C ; (b) −° 0532 .C s stationary block: Q = W = J ; E int J = K = 0 P20.56
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