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ESSAY 6 Principles that are in common for the problems of Homework 2 First Law of Thermodynamics for the reaction, when the reactor involves fluid flow and steady state prevails: where the subscripts r and p stand for reactants and products respectively. When the REACTANTS term is expanded, there results Suppose that the inflowing reactants are at a temperature T in that is different from the standard formation temperature T o (25C or 77F). If the reactants are ideal gasses, there is no pressure effect on the enthalpies. Then, where the subscript form is used to indicate the enthalpy of formation for the fuel at the standard state. Furthermore, For the products, The quantity in the bracket refers to each one of the products, and these bracketed quantities are to be summed over all the products. The evaluation of these equations is simple when the temperature T p of the products is given. On the other hand, if another quantity such as is given, T p is an unknown. To determine T p, a trial and error approach is necessary.
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