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Solution for Problem Set #7: Entropy and the Second Law
Problem 1. Reversible vs. Irreversible Processes
Given: Gas undergoing either of two compression processes: one frictionless and the
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AE2010 Thermodynamics and Fluid Fundamentals
Course Readings
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2. Basic Fluid and Thermodynamic Concepts
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Due Thur., Mar. 17
Problem Set #6: Entropy and the Second Law
Always indicate any assumptions you make. If you use any results or equations
from the class notes or text in you solutions, please note and reference them (but you
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Problem Set #7: Stagnation Properties and Isentropic Flow
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AE3450/Seitzman
Fall 2013
Solution for Problem Set #8: Stagnation Properties and Isentropic Flow
Problem 1. Turbine Stagnation Properties
Q 0
Given: Adiabatic turbine with conditions shown
Find: a) To1
Reversible?
b)
T1 628K
po1 14atm
Assume: 1) flow is s

AE3450/Seitzman
Fall 2013
Solution for Problem Set #5: 1st Law for Control Masses
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Problem 1. Adiabatic Compression
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compressed with initial and final conditions
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AE3450/Seitzman
Fall 2013
Solution for Problem Set #4: Mass Conserv.: Control Volume Analysis
Problem 1. Low Speed Wind Tunnel
Given: Wind tunnel with test section
conditions shown in figure.
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Solution for Problem Set #5: 1st Law for Control Masses
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Problem 1. Adiabatic Compression
Xe
Given: Closed and insulated container with Xe being
compressed with initial and final conditions
shown in figure, (cp/R)Xe = 2.5
Find: a) V2
b) W 12
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Solution for Problem Set #7: Stagnation Properties and Isentropic Flow
Problem 1. Turbine Stagnation Properties
Q 0
Given: Adiabatic turbine with conditions shown
Find: a) To1
Reversible?
b)
T1 628K
po1 14atm
Assume: 1) flow is steady,
v1 139 m s
2) gas i

Due April 18th
Problem Set #8: Nozzle Flow and Shock Wave
Always indicate any assumptions you make. If you use any results or equations
from the class notes or text in you solutions, please note and reference them (but you
better be sure they are applica

Solution for Problem Set #8:
Problem 1. Supersonic Exhaust System
Given: Air flow facility shown in picture.
Find: a) To1 with respect to facility
b) A1/A2 required to choke facility if
isentropic
Assume: air is tpg and cpg with =1.4
M=1.54
T=240K, p=40kP

Solution for Problem Set #6: Entropy and the Second Law
Problem 1. Reversible vs. Irreversible Processes
Given: Gas undergoing either of two compression processes: one frictionless and the
other not. For both processes, the initial T and p are the same, a

AE3450/Seitzman
Fall 2013
Solution for Problem Set #6: Energy Conservation for Control Volumes
Problem 1. High Temperature Wind Tunnel
Given: CO2 wind tunnel with
conditions given in picture,
CO2=1.30 and no external
work
Test Section Atest=225 cm2
Tin=21