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60. In ideal refrigeration cycle, liquid leaves the condenser and is expanded in such a manner that the enthalpy of the resulting saturated mixture. This type of expansion is known as
64. Two independent intensive properties are required to fix the state of pure, simple compressible substance. People often attempt to fix the state of the medium using heat and work, which are not
65. For steady, incompressible, inviscid flow, with no shaft and heat transfer, Bernoulli's equation can be written p over rho + v-squared over 2 + gz = constant. This form of equation is valid for rotational flow, but only along streamlines. 66. The simplified continuity equation (inverted delta).V = 0 is not valid for steady compressible flow. 67. How many electrons are there in the outermost octate of a chlorine atom? 7. 68. Heat transferred at constant volume process to the thermodynamic system of a fixed mass. The thermodynamic system will produce zero work. 69. Compressibility factor Z is a measure of the deviation of the actual gas behaviour from ideal gas. An actual gas behaviour may be assumed closed to the ideal gas when compressibility factor Z approaches 1.0.
70. Let's assume that gas can be heated either at constant pressure or at constant volume process. The amounts of heat Qp and Qv are transferred the gas accordingly. If temperature increment per unit mass delta T = constant Qp greater than Qv. 71. In manufacturing process 1000kW of waste heat at temperature 327°C is available for utilization purposes. If the ambient temperature is 27°C, the designed heat engine producing 510kW of net power output will be impossible. 72. Which of the following instruments for measuring fluid velocity does not need be calibrated? Pitot static tube. 73. Capilarity or the rise or fall of a liquid in a thin tube is primarily controlled by which fluid property? Surface tension. 74. A polytropic process is one in which the functional relationship between pressure p and volume V is given by pV n = constant with n value from negative infinite to positive infinite depending on the particular process. A constant volume process is represented by n equals infinite. 75. Cavitation in fluid mechanics refers to the liquid to gaseous phase transition to the fluid due to low pressure. 76. In compressible fluid mechanics, a shock wave is considered normal shock wave when the angle between the direction of flow and the wave is 90°. 77.