Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Spring 2016
Homework 6, due Friday March 4
Problem 1 (25 pts)
a. For a reversible process involving ideal gases in a closed system, show that
S = Cv ln(T2/T1) for a constant volume process
S = Cp ln(T2/T1) for a constant pressure process
S = R ln(V2/V1) = R ln(P1/P2)
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Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Spring 2016
Homework 5, due 2/26
Based on the feedback I received in class, some changes to the format of the homework
assignments have been made. Answers are now provided for select questions. Also, you
are now asked to sketch or explain whether your answer makes se
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Spring 2016
Homework 1, due Wednesday, January 20h inclass, before the class period begins
Each problem is worth 25 pts. Show your work for full credit. Make sure all numerical answers have the
correct units and the correct number of significant digits.
1. A common
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Spring 2016
Homeworrk 2, due Friiday 1/29 at the
t beginning
g of class
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olve the assignned problemss
a with a pistton and springg arrangemennt on top, as shown in the ffigure
1. Consiider a cylindeer filled with air
b
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Summer 2015
ChE 220  Summer 2015
Homework Set 9
Due: Week 9
Reading: Week 9
1
Problem 1 Solution
1
2
P .bar/
35:
3:
T . C/
500
200
H .kJ=kg/
3451:5 2866
S .kJ=kg K/ 7:1592 7:3132
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P
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P
P
W
H2
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D 1:28 kg=s
b) The power lost to heat losses is
.
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Honors)
CH E 220

Spring 2015
ChE 220  Summer 2015
Homework Set 11
Due: Week 11
Reading: Week 11
1
Problem 1 Solution We will operate the evaporator at 21 psia (T D 14:7 F) and the condenser at
166 psi (T D 84:8 F), which allow for about 5 F of temperature difference with the specied
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Honors)
CH E 220

Spring 2015
ChE 220  Summer 2015
Homework Set 10
Due: Week 10
Reading: Week 10
1
Problem 1 Solution
Before we begin we note that the molar ow rate of the gas is
nD
P
P
P
V
V
D
P1
V1
RT1
P
where V is the volumetric ow rate at the inlet and V1 is the molar volume at t
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
CH E 220

Spring 2015
Homework 9, due 4/8
Problem 1 (25 pts)
If a substance can be described by the van der Waals equation of state with a constant heat capacity
CV:
a. Find the change in internal energy U if the temperature and volume go from T0, V0 to T,
V. (10 pts)
b. Find
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
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Homework 11, due 4/22
Problem 1 (25 pts)
Using the following vapor pressure data for water and ice:
Psat (mm Hg)
T (oC)
Ice
4
3.280
Ice
2
3.880
Water
2
5.294
Water
4
6.101
Estimate the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Heat of sublimation of ice (10 pts)
Heat of v
Khue Nguyen
HW #2
CH E 220
5/20/2016
Problem 2.3: Use the steam tables to do the following:
a. A drum 3.5 m3 in volume contains steam at 1 bar, 210C. Determine the mass of steam in
the drum.
3.5 3
The specific volume of the drum is: = ()
Using the data fr
Khue Nguyen
CH E 220 HW #3
5/29/16
Problem 3.5:
a) Calculate the amount of work necessary for the reversible expansion of
1 kg of steam from 10 bar to 5 bar. The expansion is to take place in a
cylinder fitted with a weightless piston at the constant temp
Khue Nguyen
CH E 220 #4 HW
06/01/2016
Problem 3.37: At 120 C the saturation pressure of ethanol is 4.3 bar.
a) What is the state of ethanol at 120 C and 10 bar (i.e., compressed liquid, saturated
liquid/vapor, superheated vapor)? At 140 C and 1 bar?
At th
Khue Nguyen
CH E 220
HW #1
05/12/2016
Problem 1.1: The density of liquid ammonia (NH3) at 0 F, 31 psi, is 41.3 lb/ft 3.
a. Calculate the specific volume in ft 3/lb, cm3/g and m3/kg
b. Calculate the molar volume in ft 3/lbmol, cm3/mol and m3/mol
Molecule w
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
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Spring 2015
Homework 8, due 3/25
Problem 1 (25 pts)
S
?
T P
Find Cp for any substance in terms of V, T, P and S. Hint: How is Cp related to
Problem 2 (25 pts)
For a substance described by the van der Waals equation of state with a constant heat capacity
Cv:
(a)
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Homework 7, due 3/18
Problem 1 (25 pts).
A 5 kg bar of gold is taken out of a furnace at 500 oC and allowed to cool in air at ambient
conditions (25 oC, 1 bar). The room where the gold cools is very, very large. What is the
change of entropy of the univer
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
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Spring 2015
Homework 10, due 4/15
Problem 1 (25 pts)
If a gas can be described by the Clausius equation of state:
Where b is a constant, then:
(a) Obtain an expression for the residual volume (5 pts)
(b) Obtain an expression for the residual enthalpy (5 pts)
(c) Obta
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Homework 12, due 4/29
Problem 1. (10 pts)
Fill out the SRTEs for this course on ANGEL. Did you fill them out (yes/no)?
Problem 2. (20 pts)
A stream of propane is throttled from 4.298 bar and 450 K to 0.22 bar. This process is irreversible due to
frictiona
Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Honors)
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Spring 2015
ChE 220  Summer 2015
Homework Set 8
Due: Week 8
Reading: Week 8
1
Problem 1 Solution a) By rst law:
P
P
.nH / D Q C W
P
)
TA / C nB CP .TC
nA cP .TC
P
P
TB / D Q C W
Solving for TC we nd
TC D 313:15 K
b) By second law
P
Q
Tbath
Sgen D .nS /
P
The entropy