ME 302 Homework 3
Due Friday, Jan. 28
Book Problems: The concept and fill-in-the-table problems can all be done on a single piece of
paper. Please start all other problems on a fresh sheet of paper. You MUST use the tables in back of
the book for problems
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ME 302 Quiz 4
1)
(10 pts)
An inventor
has designed a compressed
compressed air is used to turn an air-powered
air engine for an automobile.
motor, which provides power to the wheels of
the car. The same inventor has also made an air compres
ME 302 Optional Bonus Homework
1) One simple correction for the ideal gas law to increase its accuracy at high pressures is to add a
co-volume, b:
a. Calculate the compressibility factor, Z, for this equation of state.
b. For a general equation of state
,
Name:
Solution
ME 302 Quiz 5
When calculating the radiation from the sky (not to be confused with solar radiation),
radiation
from the sky as if it was coming from the surroundings
at
T=Tsky'
Tsky
it is common to treat the
is an effective temperature
of t
ME 302: ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER
Spring 2011
Class Meeting: MWRF 10:10-11:00, 121 EES BL
Instructor:
Office Hours:
Room:
Ryan Houim, email: rwh162@psu.edu
W 12:00-1:30
R 11:30-1:00
332 Reber
Teaching Assistant: TBD
Text: Introduction t
ME 302 Homework 5
Due Friday Feb. 25 by 6:00 PM
When solving the following problems. You MUST start with the generic First Law and Conservation of
Mass, cross out terms based on your assumptions, and integrate (if needed) as discussed and shown in
class.
ME 302 Homework 7
Due Friday March 18 by 6:00 PM
When solving the following problems, you MUST: start with the generic First Law, Conservation of
Mass, and entropy balance; cross out terms based on your assumptions; and integrate (if needed) as
discussed
ME 302 Homework 9
Due Wednesday April 6 by 6:00
When solving the following problems, you MUST: start with the generic First Law, Conservation of
Mass, and entropy balance; cross out terms based on your assumptions; and integrate (if needed) as
discussed a
ME 302 Homework 10
Due Friday April 15 by 6:00 PM
When solving the following problems. You MUST start with the generic First Law and Conservation of
Mass, cross out terms based on your assumptions, and integrate (if needed) as discussed and shown in
class
ME 302 Homework 4
Due In Class Monday Feb. 14
When solving the following problems. You MUST start with the generic First Law and Conservation of
Mass, cross out terms based on your assumptions, and integrate as discussed and shown in class.
1) Given a tem
ME 302 Homework 6
Due Friday March 4
1) Problem 7-56
2) Problem 7-82E
3) Problem 7-107 also determine the highest outdoor temperature that same heat pump can meet
the temperature requirements of the house if it is used as an air conditioner.
4) Problem 7-
Sample Problem
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Name:_
A piston/cylinder device initially contains
kg of air at
kPa and
. The air in the cylinder is constantly being stirred by a paddle wheel. The
net paddle wheel work is
kJ. Heat is transferred to the water in a
polytropic process
Homework Format
Each homework problem should be neatly written and follow the following structure:
Given: State the problem and critical parameters. You do not need to rewrite the entire
problem statement. When appropriate, feel free to use a diagram to s
Due: 6:00 PM Friday Jan 14 in drop box by 332 Reber
Name:_
ME 302, Homework 1
1. List your major and any background you have in the topics to be covered in this class,
such as other courses taken in your major or summer jobs/internships. I want to get an