Unformatted text preview: Pv , Tv , and PT planes. Label each state in your sketch giving numerical values for P,T,v . Include the vapor dome in its correct position. (c) Find the work done in the total process. 3. (40) A mass of 0 . 01 kg of helium at P 1 = 100 kPa , T 1 = 300 K exists inside of the pistoncylinder arrangement of Fig. 1. The piston has a crosssectional helium Figure 1: Pistoncylinder arrangement. area of A = 0 . 2 m 2 . The helium is heated until T 2 = 2000 K . The motion of the piston is resisted by a linear spring. The spring exerts no force at state 1, and has a spring constant of 1000 kN/m . (a) Find the ±nal pressure. (b) Find the total work done....
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