CHAPTER 10
VAPOR AND COMBINED
POWER CYCLES
Objectives
Evaluate the performance of gas power cycles for
which the working fluid remains a gas throughout the
entire cycle.
Analyze vapor power cycles in which the working fluid
is alternately vaporized and
Chapter 3
Properties of Pure Substances
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Chapter 5 Part 1
Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes
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The conservation o
Chapter 4
Energy Analysis of Closed Systems
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Chapter 10
Vapor and Combined Power Cycles
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Chapter 11
Refrigeration Cycles
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from a lo
Chapter 7
Entropy: A Measure of Disorder
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Entropy and the Clausius Inequality
The second law of thermodynamics leads to the d
Chapter 9
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the working f
Chapter 6
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
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Problem I (5 Points)
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saturated liquid water to saturated vapor at 295°C. The mass ﬂow fin
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CHAPTER 4
ENERGY ANALYSIS OF
CLOSED SYSTEMS
Objectives
Examine the moving boundary work or P dV work commonly
encountered in reciprocating devices such as automotive engines
and compressors.
Identify the first law of thermodynamics as simply a statement
CHAPTER 5
MASS AND ENERGY ANALYSIS
OF CONTROL VOLUMES
Objectives
Develop the conservation of mass principle.
Apply the conservation of mass principle to various systems
including steady and unsteadyflow control volumes.
Apply the first law of thermod
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Chapter 1
Introduction and Basic Concepts
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Nomenclature
A
area (m2)
CP
specific heat at constant
pressure (kJ/(kgK)
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CHAPTER 3
PROPERTIES OF PURE
SUBSTANCES
Objectives
Introduce the concept of a pure substance.
Discuss the physics of phasechange processes.
Illustrate the Pv, Tv, and PT property diagrams and PvT
surfaces of pure substances.
Demonstrate the proc
Chapter 2
Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis
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We will soon learn how to apply the first law of thermodyna
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION AND
BASIC CONCEPTS
Objectives
Identify the unique vocabulary associated with
thermodynamics through the precise definition of
basic concepts to form a sound foundation for the
development of the principles of thermodynamics.
Revie
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Higher tempreatures (T > Tsat at a given P)
Higher specific volumes ( >
Higher internal energies (u > ug at a given P or T)
Higher enthalpies (h > hg at a given P or T)
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