ENME 3776 Thermo II Study Guide and Practice Problems for Test #3
Coverage: Chapters 10 and Chapter 11 (Sections up to 11.7. Sections after 11.8 are not covered in Test#3. )
1.
Pay attention to some important terms: Isobaric volume expansion coefficient (
ENME3776 Intermediate Engineering Thermodynamics
Design Project, Fall 2014
Professor Ting Wang
Due: Friday, November 21, 2014. 100 points (8% of the overall course grade)
The figure below shows a combined cycle formed by a topping gas turbine (operated in
ENME3776 Intermediate Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework#1, Fall 2014
Professor Ting Wang
Due: Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
10 Points each problem. Total 30 points.
Please dont fold your homework paper but staple it.
The examples in the book are closel
ENME3776 Intermediate Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework#2, Fall 2014
Professor Ting Wang
Due: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Total 90 points.
Must clearly show both the system figure (including all the components) and the T-s diagram; also
must clearly l
ENME 3776 Thermo II Practice Problems for Test #1
1.
(a) Plot the T-s and P-v diagrams of a superheat Rankine cycle. Label the starting point "1" at the pump entrance. (b) Using
dashed lines to show the non-ideal process on your T-s and P-v diagrams. (c)
ENME3776 Intermediate Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework#7, Fall 2014
Professor Ting Wang
Due: Monday, November 1, 2014
Total 40 points.
Must draw the T-s diagram. Label the starting location "1" at the inlet of the
compressor. Three points will be taken
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Test # 2, Spring 2012
Part I: Closed Books and Notes (60 points, Recommended Time: 40 minutes)
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Amount of the matter in the control volume do
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ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Test # I, Spring 2012
Part I : Closed Books and Notes (63 points, Recommended Time: 40 minutes)
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Prepared by: Jobaidur Rahman Khan
4.110 Book-Borgnakke
2 kg of water is contained in a piston/cylinder (Figure) with a mass less piston loaded
with a linear spring and the outside atmosphere. Initially the spring force is zero and P1 =
P0 = 100 kPa with a
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 7 Solution, Spring 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Pr 1. A system consists of 5 kg of water at 10C and 1 bar. Determine the exergy, in kJ, if the
system is at rest and zero elevation relative to an exergy reference e
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Example of Carnot cycle (Problem 5.63 in 5th edition)
1 kg of air as an ideal gas executes a Carnot power cycle having a thermal efficiency 60%. The
heat transfer to the air during the isothermal expansion is 40kJ. At the
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 1 Solution, Spring 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Pr 1.
Warm air is contained in a piston-cylinder assembly oriented horizontally as shown in
Figure. The air cools slowly from an initial volume of 0.003m to a final volu
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 1, Summer 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Due:
06/07/11 (Thursday). Total 20 points
(First and third problems are for practice, do not submit these)
Pr 1.
Warm air is contained in a piston-cylinder assembly oriented hori
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 5, Summer 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Due:
06/26/12 (Tuesday). Total 50 points
(First, second, third and fourth problems are for practice, do not submit these)
This set homework is lengthy, so start earlier. Prs. 5 a
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 3, Summer 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Due:
06/19/11 (Tuesday). Total 20 points
(Second and third problems are for practice, do not submit these)
Use real gas properties for problems in Chapter 3.
Pr 1.
A rigid tank c
ENME 3770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework # 2, Summer 2012
Jobaidur Khan
Due:
07/12/12 (Tuesday). Total 25 points
Read Examples 3.1 ~ 3.4
(First, second and third problems are for practice, do not submit these)
Must show the P-v diagram in all the pro
Chapter 3: The Structure of Crystalline
Solids
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How do atoms assemble into solid structures?
(for now, focus on metals)
How does the density of a material depend on
its structure?
When do material properties vary with the
sample (i.e.
Chapter 5: Diffusion in Solids
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How does diffusion occur?
Why is it an important part of processing?
How can the rate of diffusion be predicted for
some simple cases?
How does diffusion depend on structure
and temperature?
Chapter 5
ENME2770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework#4, Spring 2016
Professor T. Wang
Due: Thursday, March 3rd, 2016
Total 60 points
In this homework, we will deal with steam, ideal gases, and real gases. If no specification is
given, the typical rule of thumb is
ENME2770 Thermodynamics
Energy Grade Lines
(Professor T.Wang)
Energy equation
expressed in the
"Head" form.
Graphical representation of energy conservation in terms of energy grade line or "heads".
ENME2770 Engineering Thermodynamics
Homework#6, Spring 2016
Due: Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Professor Ting Wang
Total 50 points (10 points for each problem)
Must draw a diagram for the system or control volume for each problem. Two points are taken
off witho
ENME 2770 Thermodynamics
(Professor Ting Wang)
Chapter Five
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
The values (or aspects) of the second law:
1.
2.
Determine whether any particular process is possible or not.
Predict in which direction a spontaneous process wil
ENME2770 Engineering Thermodynamics
(Professor T. Wang)
Study Guide for Test#1:
Date and Time: 12:30 pm, Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Location: Auditorium EN101 (Not in Science 2049)
Coverage: Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (Excluding pp. 122-126).
Read exam rules in
ENME2770 Engineering Thermodynamics
(Spring 2016)
(Professor T. Wang)
Study Guide for Test#2
Date and Time: 12:30 pm, Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Location: Auditorium EN101 (Not in Science 2049)
Coverage: Chapters 3 (pp. 122-131), 4 (entirety), and 5 (pp. 236-