ASSIGNMENT 1
CHE 3473
Solution
Joule Experiment extra material
In 1844-1854 Joule conducted an experiment to find out a relation between
the amount of work spent to bring about the liberation of heat
ASSIGNMENT 2
CHE 3473
Solution
#Problem 1: 3.3
a) One kilogram of steam contained in a horizontal frictionless piston and cylinder is heated at
constant pressure of 1.013 bar from 125 C to such a temp
Assignment 3 Solution
# Problem 1
4.1
a) The way to solve this problem is to begin with the system as the ball plus the water. Then, by
doing an energy balance, we get:
1 + 2 = 1 + 2
=
1 ,1 (1 1 ) +
SOLUTION TO HOMEWORK #4
5.1
(although the temperatures are slightly different, the procedure to solve the problem is the same).
5.4
Problem 3:
Flowsheet:
40 Kg/sec
50 Kg/sec
To steam
reforming
40 Kg/s
ASSIGNMENT 5
Solution
CHE 3473
#Problem 1:
6.1
For Steam at 500oC and 10MPa, using the Mollier diagram.
a) Compute the Joule-Thompson coefficient = ( )
510490
= () = () = 1.241107 7.929106 = 4.463
b
ASSIGNMENT 6
CHE 3473
Solution
#Problem 2:
The heat of mixing of two liquids is given by Hmix=x1x2(A+B(x1-x2). A= -a1+ a2 T.
B= +b1- b2 T. Compute the difference between the partial molar and pure con
SOLUTION TO HOMEWORK #7
#Problem 1
10.1-1
a. In order to solve this problem, we need to know what happens at the bubble point; at this
point, the first bubble is formed, so we can assume that all of t