CHAPTER 3
STEAM AND GAS
POWER CYCLES
PART B: STEAM CYCLES
CO2: Ability to analyze and evaluate steam and gas power cycles.
1
Contents
1)
Introduction
2)
Rankine cycle
3)
Rankine cycle with superheat
4)
Enthalpy-entropy chart
5)
Reheat cycle
6)
Regenerativ

Tutorial 2
Determine whether each scenario is relatively more managerial accounting
oriented or financial accounting oriented :
a. Ben Heald, the head of production, wondered whether it would be more cost
effective to buy parts partially assembled or to b

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Lecture10. Non-traditional processes
This chapter describes a few of manufacturing processes that were developed relatively recently namely in
the last 50 years or so. Therefore these are sometimes called as non-traditional processes, although some of
t

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Advancing EDM through Fundamental Insight into the Process
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2
3
4
M. Kunieda (2), B. Lauwers (2), K. P. Rajurkar (1), B. M. Schumacher (1)
1
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
3
University of N

Electrical discharge machining (EDM) is a material removal process which is capable of
producing components with intricate shapes on any electrically conductive materials regardless
of hardness. Material removal occurs by means of thermal erosion which ut

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The benefits of a manufacturing execution system
for plantwide automation
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3. CIRCUIT SIMPLIFICATION
SHORT CIRCUIT
Short circuit is a circuit element with
resistance approaching zero
V V
I A
R 0
V IR I (0) 0V
School of Microelectronic Engineering,
OPEN CIRCUIT
Open circuit is a circuit element with
resistance approaching infinit

Introduction to Circuit Elements and variables
Current (RIVER)
The movement of electrons from one end to another end
in a conductive or semiconductive materials constitutes an
electric current.
Electric Current is defined as the rate of flow of charge
car

CHAPTER 3: Circuit Analysis Method
3.2 Mesh Current
Chapter 3 CIRCUITS ANALYSIS METHOD
Node Voltage
Mesh Current
Source Transformation
Thevenin
Norton
Power
RECALL
Kirchhoffs Current Laws (KCL)
Kirchhoffs Voltage Laws (KVL)
Ohms Law
KIRCHHOFFS VOLTA

Question: Solve Vx using nodal analysis
Nodal analysis= KCL= current
V= IR
I=
V
R
Solution
At node v1
I Enter= I leave
2 A=
v 10 v 1v 2
+
10
10
Multiply with 10
20= v1+v1 v2
2v1-v2 = 20 -(1)
At node v2
I Enter= I leave
v 1v 2 v 280 v 20
=
+
10
10
10
-(2)

Chapter 2
Resistive Circuit
Intro to Resistive Circuit
A resistive circuit is a circuit containing only resistors
and ideal current and voltage sources.
Analysis of resistive circuits is less complicated than
analysis of circuits containing capacitors a

Superposition
Consider 6V, 3A set to zero=open
Voltage Divider
v 1=
4
6 v=2 V
4 +8
or KVL
-6V + 8i1 + 4i1=0
I1= 0.5A
Consider 3A, 6V set to zero=short
Nodal analysis
I enter= I leave
3 A=
v 10 v 10
+
4
8

2. Voltage Divider
By Applying Ohms
Law;
V=IR
So;
V1 = IR1
V2 = IR2
V = V1+ V2
= I(R1+R2)
I= V/ (R1+R2)
Cont.
Voltage drop across R2,
V2=IR2
V2=(V/ R1+R2) x R2
=
V
I
R1 R2
R2
V
R1 R2
In general, voltage drop across any resistor, or combination of res

Tutorial 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why do managers need to identify the break event point (BEP) of their business?
How can managers lower their BEP?
What are the impacts of changes in sales price in decision-making?
Raflesia Berhad is one of the leading companies in

Tutorial 3
1. Critically evaluate what is budget and why organization prepare for budget
2. Evaluate the process to create master budget
3. The marketing department of Jessy Corporation has submitted the following sales
forecast to the upcoming fiscal yea

Chapter 10: Refrigeration Cycles The vapor compression refrigeration cycle is a common method for transferring heat from a low temperature to a high temperature.
The above figure shows the objectives of refrigerators and heat pumps. The purpose of a refri

CHAPTER 1
MIXTURES OF GASES
AND VAPOURS
CO1: Ability to analyze and evaluate mixtures of gases and
vapours, combustion processes and internal combustion engines.
1
Contents
1)
Introduction
2)
Daltons law and the GibbsDalton law
3)
Volumetric analysis of a

hieeh 313-1- Thei‘niodynatnics Spring 3313
H'Wlﬂ
1. (Problem 111.16 in the book) The turbine of'a steam power plant operating on a
simple Rankine cycle produces lT-‘SU lc‘i‘rT ofpower when the boiler is operated at 6
Ivﬂ‘a. the condenser at 20 lcPa. and t

Eviech 3134- Theimodjrrnarnics
1.
Spring 2013
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[Problem 11.13 in the book) A refrigerator uses refrigerant R—134a as the working
ﬂuid and operates on an idea] vapor-compression refrigeration cjt-‘cle between 0.12 and
0.7 M95. The mass Elovtr rate of

CHAPTER 3
STEAM AND GAS
POWER CYCLES
PART A: GAS POWER CYCLES
CO2: Ability to analyze and evaluate steam and gas power cycles.
1
Contents
1)
Introduction
2)
Carnot cycle
3)
Brayton cycle
4)
Air standard cycle
5)
Otto cycle
6)
Diesel cycle
7)
Dual-combusti

CHAPTER 2
COMBUSTION
PROCESSES
CO1: Ability to analyze and evaluate mixtures of gases and
vapours, combustion processes and internal combustion engines.
1
Contents
1)
Combustion equations
2)
Stoichiometric air-fuel ratio
3)
Exhaust and flue gas analysis
4

What values (personal traits or characteristics) do you look for and admire in your
superiors.
1. Mature
a. Mature leaders add value to people. Good leaders go out of their way to never
subtract value from employees. They are intentional about adding meri