Comprehensive Control of Atomic Motion
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1. 1 mol/s of acetylene gas at 200K, 5.0 bar is compressed to 50 bar in an adiabatic process. The
compressor has a rated efficiency of 75%.
a. What would the outlet temperature be during isentropic operation? (~
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strea
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ChE 381
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Homework #1, due Fri Sept 6th
This assignment covers chapters 2 and 4.
Group:
1. You need to produce air at P2 bar, 350K from air at 1 bar, 350K. There are two proposed process
designs:
(1)
Cool at constant P, then heat at constant V
(2)
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Luke Kerns
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2) Find a patent application filed after 2006 that involves Atkinson, Miller or Brayton cycle. In one paragraph,
summarize the invention. Include a description of: (a) what have the inventors claimed to do that
T1= 200
T2= 201
Tc= 308.3
Acetylene
A
B
C
D
Tau
6.132
0.001952
-129900
1.005
Initial:
Z Guess
1
0.9353275129
0.9298653787
0.9293698676
HR/RT
SR/RT
HR
SR
P1= 5
P2= 50
R= 8.314
Pc= 61.39
VW Equation:
Initial T
Final T = 342 K
0
0
0
0
0.125
0.125
0.421875
0.
R= 8.314
Pressure Ratio
a
b
c
d
P2/P1
2.5
10
30
50
Basis: 1 mol Cl2 Gas
J/(mol*K)
Final Pressure
5
20
60
100
Temps: K
Percent Difference
a
In Work between
b
Ideal Gas and PR
c
EOS
d
400
1.9%
4.9%
17.9%
28.7%
450
1.2%
3.1%
7.6%
13.1%
500
0.8%
2.0%
4.4%
6.6