ME 3322 D - Test 1 - Fall 2013
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
Fai
ME 3322 D - Test 1 - Fall 2012
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable. identify your engineering model. listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
Fai
ME 3322 D - Test 2 - Fall 2013
NAME:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
F
ME 3322 B Test #2 - Spring 2010
PART B
Name:
Problem 4 (50 pts)
Consider the 3 ideal Rankine cycles with superheat shown above. In the 3 cases, the
condenser pressure is 10 kPa (0.1 bar). In case
ME 3322 D FINAL Exam - Fall 2013
NAME:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
F
ME 3322 B - Test 1 - Spring 2009
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: For each question, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
Fai
ME 3322 B - Test 1 - Spring 2010
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
F
ME 3322 B Test #2 - Spring 2009
PART A
Name:
Problem 1 (20 pts)
A piston-cylinder assembly contains air modeled as an ideal gas (constant cv, cp, specic
heat ratio k). The air undergoes a power cycle
ME 3322 C - Test 2 - Spring 2012
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
F
ME 3322 E - Test 1 - Fall 2008
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: For each question, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
Failu
ME 3322 C - Test 1 - Spring 2012
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model, listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizations you need to make to solve the problem.
F
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Thermodynamics - ME 3322
Dr. Caroline Genzale (JEN-ZAH-LEE)
Oce: 216 J. Erskine Love Bldg.
Oce Hours: 3:00 5:00 pm T and W
U.S. Petroleum Consump=on by End-Use Sec
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME 3322-A
Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
T-Th 9:35am 10:55pm, MRDC 2407
Instructor:
Dr. Caroline L. Genzale
[email protected]
Love 216, 404-894-5099
Office Hours
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ME3322C Thermodynamics Instructor: Zhuomin Zhang
June 1 notes and in-class discussion questions
Test#2 next Tuesday will cover Chapter 3 (with relevant knowledge in Chs. 1&2) focusing on HW#2.
You are
5/15/2017
ME3322C Thermodynamics
Summer 2017
Lecture 1: Tu (May 16)
Instructor:
Office:
E-mail:
Prof. Zhuomin Zhang
343 Love, Phone: 404-385-4225
[email protected]
Go over some information o
5/29/2017
ME3322C Thermodynamics
Summer 2017
Lecture 5,6, May 30 (Tu) and June 1 (Th)
Chapter 4: Control Volume Analysis
HW#2 due next Tuesday Extended to 5 PM if you wish.
Submit it to my office, Rm.
6/2/2017
ME3322C Thermodynamics
Summer 2017
Lecture 9, June 13 Tuesday
Today, I am going to come back to complete Chapter 5, however,
entropy concept will be used to obtain Carnot efficiency and to
pr
ME 3322 D - Test 2 - Fall 2012
Name:
PLEASE NOTE: Wherever applicable, identify your engineering model= listing all
simplifying assumptions and idealizalions you need to make to solve the problem.
Fai
ME 3322 D - FINAL Exam - Fall 2012
NAME:
NOTE: Show ALL your work. Where appropriate, you have to identify your
engineering models listing all the simplifying and idealizing assumptions. Failure to do
ME 3322 E FINAL Exam - Fall 2008
Name:
Problem 1 (20 pts)
1 kg of air in a piston/cylinder assembly at P1 = 200 kPa and T1 = 600 K is expanded in a
constant-pressure process to twice the initial volum
PEQGLEM 7f 22.
Refrigerant 134a vapor initially at 1 bar and 20°C fills a yﬁrmn th Call/EN DATA :
rigid vessel. The vapor is cooled until the temperature
becomes —32°C. There is no work during the pro
9.61 The cycle of Problem 9.60 is modiﬁed to include a regenerator with an effectiveness of
70%. Determine
(a) the speciﬁc enthalpy, in klkg, and the temperature, in K, for each stream exiting the
reg
9.11 Consider an air-standard Otto cycle. Operating data at principal states in the cycle are
given in table below. The states are numbered as in Fig. 9.3. The mass of air is 0.002 kg.
Determine
(a) t
7/11/2017
ME3322C Thermodynamics
Summer 2017
Thursday, July 20
HW#9 due July 25
Test#6 July 25 Reminder
Chapter 10
Refrigeration and Heat Pump
1
Refrigeration and Heat Pump
The Vapor-Compression
Re
7/11/2017
ME 3322C Thermodynamics
July 11, 2017 (Tuesday)
HW#7 due
Test#5 on Thursday, July 13
In the ppt slide last Thursday, it says: "Test#5 on July 13 (Thursday). It
will cover Chapter 6 (focusing