Exam2ME501F2009wPartialAnswers

Exam2ME501F2009wPartialAnswers - 1 Name_ ME 501 Exam #2 2...

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1 Name___________________________ 2 December 2009 Prof. Lucht 1. POINT DISTRIBUTION Choose two (2) of problems 1, 2, and 3: Problem #1 50 points _________________ Problem #2 50 points _________________ Problem #3 50 points _________________ You are required to do two of the problems. Please indicate the problems you have chosen. 2. EXAM INSTRUCTIONS Write your name on each sheet. This exam is closed book and closed notes. Seven equation sheets are attached. When working the problems, list all assumptions, and begin with the basic equations. If you do not have time to complete evaluation of integrals or of terms numerically, remember that the significant credit on each problem will be given for setting up the problem correctly and/or obtaining the correct analytical solution. ME 501 Exam #2
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2 ME 501 Exam #2 2 Dec 2009 Name___________________________ 1. (50 points) The system shown below has available energy levels of 0, k B , 2 k B , and 3 k B units, where = 100 K. The degeneracy of each of the four levels is given by g j = 10,000 + 10,000 j . The thermodynamic assembly has 1000 particles (N = 1000) and the temperature of the assembly is 200 K. For this dilute assembly, the population distribution for the most
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course ME 501 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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