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ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 3
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
0 Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place your final answer
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ChBE 2130 Thermo I
Recitation - Problem Solving
4/22/2016 Final Review
Problem: Refrigeration (Textbook Problem 9.10)
A vapor-compression refrigeration system operates on the cycle of Fig 9.1. The refrigerant is
water. Given that the evaporation t=4C, th
Contents
Problem 1 Given
Problem 1 Part a Trapezoidal Rule - Trap
Probblem 1 Part b Simpson's 1/3 Rule - S1of3
Probblem 1 Part c Simpson's 3/8 Rule - S3of8
Probblem 1 Part d Boole's Rule - BR
Probblem 1 Part e The Midpoint Method - MM
Probblem 1 Part f Th
Contents
Given Info
Function, Delta F, and Hessian
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Given Info
xNR = [0.3;0.5];
EaMax = 0.0001;
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Contents
GivenInfo
Part A
Part B
Part C
Part D
Part E
Part F
Part G
Part H
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1. Water is flowing in a straight horizontal pipe of 2.5 cm lD with a velocity of 6.0 m/s. The
water flows into a section where the diameter is suddenly increased. There is no device
present for adding or removing energy as work.
a. What is the change in
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Professor Grover
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" 686 APPENDIX C. Heat Capacities and Property Changes of Fommtion
Table C.4: Standard Enthalpies and Gibbs Energies of Formation
at 298.15 K1
Joules per mole of the substance formed
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1. Complete the Jung Typology Test (Meyers-Briggs Indicator)
From the Jung Typology Test, my type is ENTP. I have a slight preference of Extraversion over
Introversion. And the value of t
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ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2014
Exam 1
Problem Possible Points Score
1.a 10
1.b 3O
2.a 30
2.b 30
Total 100 1. Ammonia, NH3, is completely exhausted via the following reaction.
6 N02(g) + 8 NH3(g) > 7 N2(g) + 12 H20(g)
a. (10 pts
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Professor Grover
Exam 1
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Table C.4: Standard Enthalpies and Gibbs Energies of Formation
at 298.15 K1
Joules per mole of the substance forme
Problem 12.22 (a) Smith, Van Ness and Abbott: Bubble Point Pressure Calculation
T(C) = 60.93113 P (kPa) =
Compound
A
B
acetone (A)
14.3145
2756.22
methanol (B)
16.5785
3638.27
water (C)
16.3872
3885.7
Wilson Parameters
AB - AA = a 12
AB - BB = a 12
AC - A
NAME: f $314224 Ki:
ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 2
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
a Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place y
NAME: ZZ
ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 1
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
0 Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place your final ans
NAME: f $314224 Ki:
ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 2
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
a Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place y
Name:
ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 3
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
0 Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place your final answer
NAME: ZZ
ChBE 2130 Thermodynamics I
Fall 2015
Exam 1
Remember
0 Write down relevant relationships needed to solve each problem
0 Provide details, intermediate steps, and units
0 Note any assumptions
0 Show your work
0 Where indicated, place your final ans
Chapter 4. Heat Effects
For a pure material in one phase, the state is fixed if two
intensive properties, T and V (or P), are fixed
U U (T , V )
U
U
dU
dT
dV
T V
V T
U
dU CV dT
dV
V T
constant-volume
dU CV dT
mechanically reversible constan
Review - Chapters 1-4
Thermodynamic systems
Open system can exchange both energy and matter with the
surroundings
Closed system exchanges energy but NOT matter with
the surroundings
Isolated system neither energy nor matter can be exchanged with
the surro
Not required:
Chapter 5: p162-164; p188-190
Helpful Practice Problems
Chapter 5: 29, 33, 34, 38
Chapter 5,
The second law
No apparatus can operate in such a way that its only effect is to convert
heat absorbed by a system completely into work done by the
1. Ten (10) kmol/hr of air is throttled from upstream conditions of 25 C and 10 bar
to a downstream pressure of 1.2 bar. Assume air to be an ideal gas with C P =
(7/2)R, and the throttling process to be isenthalpic. (25 pts)
a.
b.
c.
d.
What is the downst
Chapter 3. Volumetric Properties
of Pure Fluids
The mathematic equation of PVT is called equation of state.
The most simple equation of state is PV = RT, which can be used for ideal gas.
PVT BEHAVIOR OF PURE SUBSTANCES
The three lines display conditions o
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