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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Final Exam
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Final Exam Review
Please review the following concepts:
- Properties of liquids, gases and 2-phase liquid-vapor substances - Polytropic
processes - 1st law for closed systems and control volumes including SSSF and USUF
processes
ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Exam #2 Review
Instructions:
Write out all assumptions and complete equations used
Show a picture with the thermodynamic system chosen for each problem and be able
to describe every process with the appropriate P-v, T-s, T-v d
ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Midterm Exam #2
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Midterm Exam #1
Exam Time = 50 Minutes
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Exam #1 Review Problems
Instructions: Solve problems systematically indicating all assumptions, steps and
diagrams where applicable.
1) Book Problem 2.29 (modified): 0.1 kg of oxygen (O
2
) gas within a piston-cylinder assembly
ME 3331
HW 5 Solutions
2. Find the heat transfer rate of a heat exchanger in terms of kJ/kg
T1 = 15 C or 288.15 K P1 = 600 kPa
T2= 1200 C or 1473.15 K P2 = 550 kPa
Assumptions:
1. Kinetic and potential energy changes are negligible 2. Treat nitrogen gas
a
1a)
Assuming a fixed volume in the internal system of the house, the energy contained in
the drain water is equal to the energy contained in the incoming water and the electrical
energy into the house water circuit.
1b)
We know the energy contained in the
ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #10 (due 12/06/12)
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problem or a final answer is given with no explanation or procedure 1 Problem is attempted
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #11 (due in class on 12/12/12)
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #9 (due 11/29/12)
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problem or a final answer is given with no explanation or procedure 1 Problem is attempted
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #8 (due 11/14/12)
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #7 (due 11/8/12)
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #1
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #2
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #4 (due 10/11/12)
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problem or a final answer is given with no explanation or procedure 1 Problem is attempted
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ME 3331 Thermal Sciences 1 Homework #3 (due 10/4/12)
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