BIOE 232
Homework #8
Due: 10/1/13
1.
An ideal gas, Cp = (7/2)R, is heated at constant pressure in a closed system from 20 C and 1 bar to 25 C
using a reservoir which is maintained at 40 C. If the gas initially occupied 70 m3, calculate the following:
(a)

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BIOE 232
Homework #3
1.
Use information from the steam tables (P&T, Table C-1) to create two spread sheets (one for
liquid water and one for water vapor) with the information indicated below.
(a)
For the liquid phase, calculate the sum of U+PV in kJ/kg an

BIOE 232
Homework #2
Due: 9/10/2013
1.
Determine the number of degrees of freedom for a system containing a single component (i.e., a
single species) under the following conditions:
(a)
(b)
(c)
2.
vapor, liquid, and solid phases are in equilibrium (this i

BIOE 232
Homework #1
Due: 9/5/2013
1. The earth is 149 x 106 km from the sun, how far are they away from each other in inches?
2. How many minutes does it take the suns light to reach the earth (the speed of light is 3 x 108 m/sec)?
3. Calculate the kinet

BIOE 232
Homework #3
Due: 9/12/2013
1.
Create a spread sheet to perform the following calculations using information from the steam
tables (Table A-4, page 915).
(a)
For the fluid phase, calculate the sum of U+PV in kJ/kg and the sum of U+PV-TS in kJ/kg
N

BIOE 232
Homework #6
Due: 9/24/13
1.
Use the van der Waals equation and critical property information (Table A-1, page 908) for carbon dioxide
(CO2) to generate P vs V data for 5 isotherms; 400 K, 350 K, 300 K, 275 K and 250 K. Note, the constants in the

BIOE 232
Homework #4
Due: 9/17/2013
An ideal gas is confined in a frictionless piston and cylinder device that undergoes a series of processes
described in parts 1 - 4. For each of these processes, tabulate the following:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
initi

BIOE 232
Homework #5
Due: 9/21/2013
A 10 m3 compressed gas tank at 30 C and 500 atm ruptures (Cp = 29.3 J/
(mole-K), Cv = 21.0 J/(mole-K). (a) Estimate the total energy (J) released (i.e. the
total work performed by the system) from this explosion and (b)

BIOE 232
Homework #7
Due: 9/28/13
1.
Determine the change in enthalpy (H) and change in entropy (S)
for heating steam from saturation conditions of 101 kPa and 100
C to 400 kPa and 600 C using:
(a)
the steam tables (Appendix A)
(b)
an expansion of the tem

BIOE 232
Homework #5
1.
A 10 m3 compressed gas tank at 30 C and 500 atm ruptures (Cp = 29.3 J/(mole-K), Cv = 21.0 J/(mole-K).
(a) Estimate the total energy (J) released (i.e. the total work performed by the system) from this explosion and (b)
normalize th

BIOE 232
Homework #1
1. The earth is 149 x 106 km from the sun, how far are they away from each other in inches?
Ans. 5.8 x 1012
2. How many minutes does it take the suns light to reach the earth (the speed of light is 3 x 108 m/sec)?
Ans. 8.3
3. Calculat

BIOE 232
Homework #7
1.
Determine the change in enthalpy (H) and change in entropy (S) for heating steam from a saturated
vapor at 100 C and 101 kPa to superheated steam 600 C and 400 kPa using:
(a)
the steam tables (Appendix C)
(b)
an expansion of the te

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BIOE 232
Homework #4
An ideal gas is confined in a frictionless piston and cylinder device that undergoes a series of processes
described in parts 1 - 4. For each of these processes, tabulate the following:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
initial and final P

BIOE 232
Homework #6
1.
Use the van der Waals equation and critical property information (Table B-3, page 348 Potter and
Somerton) for carbon dioxide (CO2) to generate P vs V data for 5 isotherms; 400 K, 350 K, 300 K, 275 K and 250
K. Note, the constants

BIOE 232
Homework #2
1.
Determine the number of degrees of freedom for a system containing a single component (i.e., a
single species) under the following conditions:
(a)
(b)
(c)
2.
vapor, liquid, and solid phases are in equilibrium (this is known as the

BIOE 232
Homework #8
1.
An ideal gas, Cp = (7/2)R, is heated at constant pressure in a closed system from 20 C and 1 bar to 25 C
using a reservoir which is maintained at 40 C. If the gas initially occupied 70 m3, calculate the following:
(a)
(b)
Heat tran

BIOE 232
Homework #9
1. The Txy diagram for the mixture of acetone and water at P=1atm is shown:
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