Thursday, February 18, 2010
BMED 2210
1. A tank containing 1.03 kg of air is heated from 35C to 83C. Is the work done on the air in
the process positive or negative?
2. Air (an ideal gas) at 90F and 10 psia is contained in a horizontal cylinder by a frict
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HW 4 [due by the end of class tiQFebEisi
A. Please complete the following problems from Chapter 3 of the Rice University course notes:
3.3. 3.5. 3.11 . 3.13
E. Please complete the following problems from HER (Himmelblau and Riggs}:
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4/26/2010
BMED 2210 (Spr 10)
Below are a list of problems from H&R that are a representative sample of the types of problems you should
now know how to efficiently solve (with the exception of energy balance problems with reaction problems,
which are not
Problem solving studio problems
Week of 22Feb10 (Chapters 23-24)
9. How much heat has to be transferred to vaporize 1 kg of liquid water at 100C and 1 atm to
water vapor at 100C and one atm in a closed container of the proper volume?
10. A tank 20 ft high
BMED 2210
2. Determine the temperature when the vapor pressure of water is 500 mm Hg. Use the
steam tables and Anotines equation.
BMED 2210
4. Calculate the dew point of a mixture of 18.4% ethyl acetate in nitrogen at 100.9 kPa
and 40C.
BMED 2210
H&R 16.1
1. Balance the following equations (use the method demonstrated in class):
a. ZrCl4 + aH2O
pZrO2 + qHCl
b. C6H12O6 + a NH3 + bO2
pC5H9NO4 + qCO2 +rH2O, RQ = 0.45
2. Selectivity is the ratio of the moles of a desired product produced divided by the moles
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BMED 2210
Week of 08Feb10
The relative humidity of air at 98F and a barometric pressure of 30.05 in Hg is 55%.
Calculate (a) the molal humidity, (b) the humidity, and (c) the dew point.
BMED 2210
Week of 08Feb10
H&R 18.17
A drier must evaporate 200.0 lb/h
BMED 2210 Worksheet
Week of 02Mar09
Find the number of moles of each component exiting the reactor using ELEMENT
balances. The degree of completion is 0.67.
Reaction: CH4 + Cl2 CH3Cl + HCl
A gas (0.4% CH4, 52.8% H2, 38.3% CO, 5.5% CO2, 0.1% O2, and 2.9% N
BMED 2210A Worksheet
A. For the problems below, do the following:
a) Draw a picture of the system
b) Name an extensive property that can be counted
c) Label the system, surroundings, and system boundary
d) State the time period of interest. Explain.
e) Id
3/15/2010
BMED 2210
Worksheet problems for this week
H&R
25.7
25.10 a,b
25.12
The problem we started in class solve via heat of formation method
The problem we started in class solve via the heat of reaction method
H&R 25.30
Submarine atmosphere problem