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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2014
Homework #2 Solution
Problem # 1:
Consider the system shown in the figure. Tank A has a
volume of 100 [L] and contains saturated vapor
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2015
Homework #1 Solution
Problem # 1:
Consider a piston-cylinder arrangement in which a frictionless piston is free to move between two
se
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CHE-3110 0 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I Spling 2014
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Problem 1 (15 points): Give deﬁnitions to the f
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2015
Homework # 3 Solution
Problem # 1:
Calculate the pressure inside a 61.19 L tank containing 1 kg of an equimolar mixture of
ethane (1)/
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2014
Homework #1 Solution
Problem # 1:
Consider a piston-cylinder arrangement in which a frictionless piston is free to move between two
2
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2015
Homework # 3 Solution
Problem # 1:
Calculate the pressure inside a 61.19 L tank containing 1 kg of an equimolar mixture of
ethane (1)/
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CHE-5110 Equilibrium Thermodynamics Fall 2016
Lecture Problems September 7th, 2016
Problem #2:
Consider a piston-cylinder arrangement shown in the figure. The piston mass is such that 275
kPa
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CHE 5110 Equilibrium Thermodynamics Fall 2016
Lecture Notes September 9th, 2016
First Law of Thermodynamics Open System
In a closed system the mass within the system is constant. The First La
CHE-5110 Equilibrium Thermodynamics Formula Sheet - Review
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Dimension: Defines qualitatively a physical entity that could be observed or measured. Example: length,
time, mass, etc
Units: Means of expressing the dimensions. Example: ft, cm, kg, lbf.
Units
CHE-5110 Equilibrium Thermodynamics Formula Sheet
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Equation of State:
Ideal Gas:
f (P v T ) = 0
Pv = RT
or
PV = nRT
for Ideal Gases:
Cp = Cv + R
Virial Equation of State:
Virial Equation in v:
nd
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where, B, C, D are the 2 , 3 , and 4 virial coeffici
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Problem 1 (15 points): Give deﬁnitions to the following terms:
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Problem #1 (15 points): Give deﬁnitions to the following terms:
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Lecture Problem 0 September 12th, 2016
Problem # 1:
The rigid tank A shown in the gure, contains 5 kg of steam at 800 kPa and 300 C. The
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CHE-5110 Equilibrium Thermodynamics Fall 2016
Lecture Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
First Law of Thermodynamics: Closed System
In a closed system the mass within the system is constant. The Fi
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CHE-2101 Chemical Engineering Fundamentals I Fall 2016
Lecture Notes August 26, 2016
Pure Component Fluids Behavior:
Phase: A completely homogeneous and uniform state of matter, e.g. solid, l
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2015
Lecture Problem January 23rd, 2015
Problem # 1:
A cylinder fitted with a frictionless piston contains water as shown in the
figure. Th
CHE-3110 ChE Thermodynamics Practice Problems 01/28/2015
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Calculations with Heat Capacity Cp
Example:
A ternary mixture of n-butane (1)/ n-pentane (2)/ carbon dioxide (3) with the following
composition C4 (1) 0.3, C5 (2) 0.4, and CO2 (3) 0.3 is heated fr
USE OF THERMODYNAMIC TABLES
Given T, P, or V determine the state of the substance. (Speciﬁc Vollnne “v” is used in
these examples, but the method can be applied to h, u, and s).
1- GivenT,P 9 v ‘
1a. Assume T = T53;
Go to Table A1. — Saturated Steam: Temp
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CHE-3110
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2015
Problem April 15th, 2015
Problem:
For a gaseous equimolar mixture of CO2 (1)/propylene (2), find the Gibbs Free Energy at
25 [ C] and
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Lecture Problem January 21st, 2015
Problem # 1:
The rigid tank A shown in the figure, contains 5 kg of steam at 800 kPa and 300 C. The
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2014
Problem April 11th, 2014
Problem:
For a gaseous equimolar mixture of CO2 (1)/propylene (2), find the Gibbs Free Energy at
25 [C] and 3
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2014
Lecture Problems April 16th, 2014
Partial Molar Properties
Problem # 1:
Suppose for a given T and P that the composition dependence of
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Lecture Problems April 21st, 2014
Problem # 1:
The enthalpy of a binary liquid system of species 1 and 2 at fixed T and P is represent
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2014
Lecture Problem March 28th, 2014
Problem # 1:
A rigid tank having a capacity of 27.5 L, contains 0.5 kg of a gaseous mixture of
ethane
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Thermodynamic Reactions for a Homogeneous Closed System
H = U + PV
A = U TS
G = U + PV TS = H TS = A + PV
Fundamental Equations
dU = TdS PdV
dH = TdS + V dP
dA = -S dT P dV
dG = -S dT + V dP
Ext
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2013
Homework #5 Solution
Problem:
For a gaseous equimolar mixture of CO2 (1)/propylene (2), find the Gibbs Free Energy at
25 [C] and 30 at
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2013
Practice Problem April 17th, 2013
Partial Molar Properties
Problem # 1:
Suppose for a given T and P that the composition dependence of
CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Formula Sheet
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Review Concepts:
Dimension: Defines qualitatively a physical entity that could be observed or measured. Example:
length, time, mass, etc
Units: Means of expressing the dimensions. Example: ft, c
CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Formula Sheet
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Review Concepts:
Dimension: Defines qualitatively a physical entity that could be observed or measured. Example: length,
time, mass, etc
Units: Means of expressing the dimensions. Example: ft, c
Florida Institute of Technology Chemical Engineering Department
CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2017
Homework # 2 Solution
Problem # 1:
Calculate the pressure inside a 61.19 L tank containing 1 kg of an equimolar mixture of
ethane (1)/
Florida Institute of Technology Chemical Engineering Department
CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2017
Homework #3 Solution
Problem # 1:
A stream of 100 gmol of an equimolar mixture of n-benzene (1)/n-toluene (2) enters a heat
exchanger
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2017
Homework # 4 Solution
Problem # 1:
For the system n-pentane (1)/n-heptane(2), the vapor pressures of the pure components
are given by
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CHE-3110 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Spring 2017
Homework #1 Solution
Problem # 1:
Consider the system shown in the figure. Tank A has a volume
of 100 [L] and contains saturated vapor