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REVIEW 2 FUNDAMENTALS

Thermodynamics

ASSIGNMENT NO: __

BSME 5A

1/30/2019

SCORE

7. A gas bubble rising from the 14. Air having an initial pressure of

ASSIGNMENT ocean floor is 1 inch in diameter at a 6,516 kPa and an initial volume of

depth of 50 feet. Given that sp. gr. of 0.113 m3 is compressed

1. If a block of copper weighing 0.50 seawater is 1.03, the buoyant force adiabatically to a final volume of

lb is dropped from a height of 100 ft in the lbs being exerted on the 0.057 m3. Calculate the work done

into the tank, what is the change in bubble at this instant is nearest to: by the gas as it compresses to a final

internal energy of the water? volume of 0.057 m3. Calculate the

work done by the gas as it

compresses to a final pressure of

17,237 kPa.

per lbm of nitrogen gas as its

2. Convert water pressure of 50 temperature changes from 500 F to

kN/m2 in equivalent meter - head of 200˚F. (Cp= 0.2483 Btu/lbm- R)

water.

weighted piston as the top

boundary. The gas is heated and

9. What is the resulting pressure expands from a volume of 0.04 m3 to

when one pound of air at 15 psia 0.10 m3 at a constant pressure of

3. Consider 1 kg of air at 32˚C that and 200˚F is heated at constant 200 kPa. Calculate the work done by

expended by a reversible polytropic volume to 800˚F? the system.

process with n= 1.25 until the

pressure is halved. Determine the

heat transfer. Specific heat at

constant volume for air is 0.1786

kJ/kg . K

10. What horsepower is required to

isothermally compress 800 ft3 of air

per minute from 14.7 psia to 120 16. Gas is enclosed in a cylinder with

psia? a weighted piston as the top

boundary. The gas is heated and

expands from a volume of 0.04 m3 to

0.10 m3. The pressure varies such

that PV = constant, and the initial

4. The specific gas constant of pressure is 200 kPa. Calculate the

oxygen is R= 0.25983 kJ/kgK. If a 2 11. How many gallons per minute of work done by the system.

m3 tank contains 40 kg of oxygen at cooling water are required to

40˚C, what is the gage pressure in remove 100,000 kJ/hr of heat from a

the tank? diesel engine if the designed

temperature rise of the water is

20˚C?

5. Convert specific heat of 0.23 isentropically. Its temperature

Btu/lb-˚F to kJ/kg-K 12. Twenty grams of oxygen gas (O2) changes from 620˚F to 60˚F. Find the

are compressed at a constant pressure ratio (p1/p2)

temperature of 30˚C to 5% of their

original volume. What work is the

done on the system?

kJ/kg.K) is heated by 300 Btu of

energy Btu of energy. What is the 18. An engine takes in 11,000

change in temperature, in K? 13. A certain mass of gas having an Btu/min of heat from a hot body

initial pressure of 17,237 kPa and an while giving an output of 110 hp.

initial volume of 0.057 m3 is What is the thermal efficiency of this

expanded isothermally to volume engine?

0.113 m3. What is the work done by

the gas in kJ?

19. Air expanded adiabatically from 24. How much work is necessary to 30. A steam condenser receives 10

an initial absolute pressure of 31026 compress air in an insulated cylinder kg per second of steam with an

kPa to a final absolute pressure of from 0.20 m3 to 0.01 m3. Use T1= enthalpy of 2,570 kJ/kg. Steam

1705 psi. If the initial temperature of 20˚C and P1 = 100 kPa condenses into liquid and leaves

the air is 600 R, calculate its final with an enthalpy of 160 kJ/kg.

temperature. Cooling water passes through the

condenser with temperature

increases from 13˚C to 24˚C.

Calculate the cooling water flow

rate in kg/s.

25. A heat engine is operated

between temperature limits of

1370˚C and 260˚C. Engine is

20. With three different quantities x, supplied with 14,142 kJ/kwh. Find

y, and z of the same =kind of liquid the Carnot cycle efficiency in

of temperatures 9, 21 and 38˚C percent.

respectively, it is found that when x

and y are mixed together the

resultant temperature is 17˚C and 31. A Steam expands adiabatically in

when y and z are mixed together the a turbine from 2000 kPa, 400˚C to

resultant temperature is 28˚C. Find 400 kPa, 250˚C. What is the

the resultant temperature if x and z effectiveness of the process in

were mixed. 26. A closed vessel contains air at a percent assuming an atmospheric

pressure of 160 kN/m2 gauge and temperature of 15˚C. Neglect

temperature of 30˚C. The air is changes in kinetic and potential

heated at constant volume to 60˚C energy.

with the atmospheric pressure of Properties of steam:

759 mm Hg. What is the final gauge At 2000 kPa and 400˚C (h = 3247.6

pressure? kJ/kg, S = 7.1271 kJ/kg-K) and at 400

kPa and 250˚C (h = 27.1271 kJ/kg-K,

21. An air bubble rises from the S = 7.3789 kJ/kg-K)

bottom of the well where the

temperature is 25˚C, to the surface

where the temperature is 27˚C. Find

the percent increase in the volume

of the bubble if the depth of the well 27. What is the temperature in ˚C of

is 5 m. Atmospheric pressure is 101, 2 liters of water at 30˚C after 500

528 Pascals. Calories of heat have been added?

of a boiler at a pressure of 25 bar

and dryness 0f 0.98 and leaves at

the same pressure of at a

temperature of 370˚C. Calculate the

heat energy supplied in the super

22. An ideal gas 45 psia and 80˚F is 28. A volume of 450 cm3 of air is heaters.

heated in a closed container to measured at a pressure of 740 Properties of steam:

130˚F. what is the final pressure? mmhg absolute at a temperature of At 25 bar and 370˚C (h = 3171.8

20˚C. What is the volume in cm3 at kJ/kg) and at 25 bar and 0.98

760 mm Hg absolute and 0˚C? dryness (hf = 962.11 kJ/kg, hfg =

1841.01 kJ/kg).

provided with a 3000 cm3 of

compressed air tank. Air pressure in

the tank drops from 700 kPa to 180 29. Assuming compression is

kPa while the temperature remains according to the law PV = constant. 33. The thermal efficiency of a

unchanged at 28˚C. what Calculate the initial volume of gas at particular engine operating on an

percentage has the mass of air in the a pressure of 2 bar which will occupy ideal cycle is 35%. Calculate the heat

tank been reduced? a volume of 6 m3 when it is supplied per 1200 watt-hr of work

compressed to a pressure of 42 bar. developed in kJ.

34. Determine the average Cp value 39. If the given specific heat at 46. If the atmospheric air 14.7 psia

in kJ/kg-K of a gas if 522 kJ of heat is constant temperature of CO2 is and 60 ˚F at sea level, what is the

necessary to raise the temperature given as 0.201 Btu/lb-R, what is the pressure at 12000 ft altitude if air is

from 300 K to 800 K making the value of the specific heat at constant compressible. Note: @ 60 ˚F; the

pressure constant. volume? density of air is 0.0763 lbm/ft3; P1=

14.7 psia

confined inside a cylinder equipped has transferred from a reservoir at 47. If air is at a pressure of 3200

with a piston has an initial pressure 800 deg. F to a reservoir at 200 deg. lb/ft2 and at a temperature of 800 ˚R,

of 413 kPa at 38˚C. If 2900 kJ of heat F. Find the entropy change of the what is the specific volume?

is added to the ammonia until its system.

pressure and temperature are 413

kPa and 100˚C, respectively. What is

the amount of work done by the

fluid in kJ?

48. Given 280 liters of a gas at a 63.5

cm Hg. The gas has a specific heat at

41. Find the mass of carbon dioxide constant pressure of 0.847 kJ/kg K

having a pressure of 20 psia at 200˚F and a specific heat at constant

with 10 ft3 volume. volume of 0.659 kJ/kg K. Which of

the following most nearly equals the

volume of the gas would occupy at a

36. What is the total required final pressure of 5atm if the process

heating energy in raising the is adiabatic?

temperature of a given amount of

water when the energy supplied is

1000 kWh with heat losses of 25 %? 42. What is the approximate value

of the temperature of water having

enthalpy of 208 Btu/lb?

initial volume of 170 liters and a

37. A vessel of 0.058 m3 capacity is pressure of 2,070 kPa expand in an

well insulated and is divided equally accordance with the law PVn =

by rigid conducting diaphragm. 43. An ideal gas at 0.80 atmospheres constant to a final volume of 850

Initially both halves contain air at and 87 ˚C, 0.450 liter. How many liters and a pressure of 275 kPa,

pressure of 137.8 kPa and 413.4 kPa moles are in the sample? (R =0.0821 which of the following most nearly

and a temperature of 27˚C and liter-atm/mole-K) equals the work done by the gas?

177˚C respectively. What is the

increase of entropy of the system in

kJ/˚C.

44. Two kilogram of air in a rigid tank 50. Air is flowing through a 100 mm

change its temperature from 32˚C to I.D. pipe at the rate of 6 kg/min. the

150 ˚C. Find the work done during air pressure and temperature are

38. A certain gas at 101.325 kPa and the process. 500 kPa and 30˚C respectively. Find

16˚C whose volume is 2.83 m3 are the velocity of the air in m/s.

compressed into a storage vessel of

0.31 m3 capacity. Before admission,

the storage vessel contained the gas

at a pressure and temperature of

137.8 kPa and 24˚C. After admission,

the pressure has increased of 1171.8 45. A perfect gas has value of R =

kPa. What should be the final 58.8 ft-lb/lb-˚R and k = 1.26. If 20 Btu 51. A quantity of 55 m3 of water

temperature of the gas in the vessel were added to 10 lbs of the gas at passes through a heat exchanger

in Kelvin? constant volume when initial and absorbs 2,800,000 kJ. The exit

temperature 90˚F, find the final temperature is 95˚C. The entrance

temperature. water temperature in ˚C is nearest

to.

52. A gas company buys gas ta 630 58. A condenser vacuum gauge 64. If 10 lbs of water evaporated at

kPa gauge and 24˚C and sells it at reads 715 mm Hg when the atmospheric pressure until a volume

9.65 cm of water pressure and -2˚C. barometer stands 757 mm Hg. What of 288.5 ft3 is occupied, how much

Disregarding the losses in the is the absolute pressure in the work is done?

distribution, which of the following condenser in kPa.

most nearly equals the number of

cubic meters sold for each cubic

meter purchased?

59. An oxygen cylinder of volume 2.3 water 100 cm high equivalent to

ft3 has a pressure of 2200 psig and is

at 70˚F. Determine the mass of

53. A closed container of helium oxygen in the cylinder.

dropped from a balloon 4 km above.

Find the temperature difference

when the container hits the ground. 66. Work done by a substance in

reversible nonflow manner in

accordance with V = 100/P ft3,

where P is in psia. Evaluate the work

done on or by the substance as the

60. A closed vessel contains air at a pressure increases from 10 psia to

pressure to 140 kg Kpag and 100 psia.

54. In a particular cycle, 350 MJ of temperature of 20˚C. Find the final

heat are transferred into the system gauge pressure if the air is heated at

each cycle. The heat transferred out constant volume to 40˚C. Take the

the system is 297.5 MJ per cycle. atmospheric pressure as 759 mm Hg.

What is the thermal efficiency of the

cycle?

67. Assume 8 lb of a substance

receive 240 Btu of heat at constant

volume and undergo a temperature

change of 150˚F. Determine the

61. Water substances at 70 bar and average specific heat for the

65˚C enters a boiler tube constant substance during the process.

55. Steam flows into a turbine at the inside diameter of 25 mm. The

rate of 10 kg/s and 10 kW of heat are water leaves the boiler tube at 50

lost from the turbine. Ignoring bar and 700K at velocity of 100m/s.

elevation and kinetic energy effects, Calculate the inlet volume flow in

calculate the power output from the li./sec. At 70 bar & 65˚C, v1 =

turbine. 0.06081 m3/kg.

Note: h1 = 2739.0 kJ/kg and h2 = 68. Determine the specific weight of

2300.5 kJ/kg air at 760 mmHg absolute and 22˚C.

pressure specific heat of steam at 10 69. A one cubic container contains a

56. The enthalpy of air is increased kPa and 45.8˚C. Note: From steam mixture of gases composed of 0.02

by 139.586 kJ/kg in a compressor. table, at 47.7˚C, h = 2588.1 kJ/kg and kg-mol of oxygen and 0.04 kg-mol of

The rate of air flow is 16.42 kg/min. at 43.8˚C, h = 2581.1 kJ/kg. helium at a pressure of 220 kPa.

the power output is 48.2 kW. Which What is the temperature of this

of the following values most nearly ideal gas mixture in degrees Kelvin?

equals the heat loss from the

compressor in kW?

100 kPaa are compressed reversibly

according to PV2 = C, until the 70. A pressure gage registers 50 psig

volume becomes 2 liters. Find the in a region where the barometer

57. A pressure gage registers 50 psig final pressure. reads 14.8 psia. Find the absolute

in a region where the barometer is pressure in kPa.

14.25 psia. Find the absolute

pressure in psia.

71. A new temperature scale is to be 83. In an isentropic process, P1 = 200

used where freezing and boiling 77. After series of state changes, the psi, P2 = 300 psi and T1 = 700˚R. Find

temperature of water is at 100 deg. pressure and volume of 2.286 kg of the T2 = using k = 1.4.

N and 100 deg. N respectively. Nitrogen (Cp = 1.0414 kJ/kg-K and Cv

Calculate the absolute zero in =0.7442 kJ/kg-K) are each doubled.

degree N. What is ∆ S?

isentropically. Its temperature

72. Find the change in internal 78. Helium (R = 0.4968 Btu/lbm˚R) is changes from 620˚F to 60˚F. Find the

energy of 5 lb of oxygen gas when compressed isothermally 14.7 psia pressure ratio (P1/P2).

the temperature changes from and 68˚F. The compression ratio is 4.

100˚F to 120 ˚F. Use Cv = 0.157 Caculate the work done by the gas.

Btu/lb˚R.

are compressed at a constant isentropically. Its temperature

73. The following expressions relate temperature of 30˚C to 5 % of their changes from 620˚F to 60˚F. The

to a particular gaseous mass: PV = original volume. What work is the volumetric ratio is (V2/V1) = 6.22 and

95T, h= 120 = 0.60T where these done on the system? the value of R for nitrogen is 0.0787

units obtain in psf, V in ft3/lb, t in ˚R Btu/lbm˚R. What is the work done by

and h in Btu/lb. If the specific heats the gas?

are temperature dependent only,

find Cp and Cv.

weighted piston as the top

boundary. The gas is heated and 86. If the ˚F scale is twice the ˚C scale,

expands from a volume of 0.04 m3 to what is the reading in Fahrenheit?

0.10 m3 at a constant pressure of

74. Calculate the change in enthalpy 200 kPa. Calculate the work done by

as 1 kg of nitrogen is heated from the system.

1000 K to 1500 K, assuming the

nitrogen is an ideal gas at a constant

pressure. The temperature

dependent specific heat of nitrogen 87. Water enters the condenser at

is Cp = 39.06 – 512.79 T-1.5 + 1072.7 30˚C and leaves at 60˚C. What is the

T-2 – 820.4T-3 wher Cp is in kJ/kg-mol, temperature difference in ˚F?

and T is in K. 81. A piston-cylinder system

contains a gas which expands under

a constant pressure of 1200 lb/ft2. If

the piston is displaced 1 ft during the

process, and the piston diameter is

2 ft. What is the work done by the 88. A cylinder piston arrangement

gas on the piston? contains saturated water vapor at

110˚C. The vapor is compressed in a

75. For a certain ideal gas, r = 0.277 reversible adiabatic process until

kj/kg-k and k = 1.384. What are the the pressure is 1.6 Mpa. Determine

values of Cp and Cv? the work done by the system per kg

of water. At 110˚C, S1 = 7.2387 kJ/kg-

K, U1 = 2518.1 kJ/kg and at 1.6 Mpa,

82. Gas is enclosed in a cylinder with S2 = 7.2374 kJ/kg-K, U2 = 3950.1 kJ/k,

a weighted piston as the top T2 = 400˚C.

boundary. The gas is heated and

76. An air with mass of 0.454 kg and expands from a volume of 0.04 m3 to

an unknown mass of CO2 occupy an 0.10 m3. The pressure varies such

85 liters tank at 2068.44 Kpaa. If the that PV = constant, and the initial

partial pressure of the CO2 is 344.74 pressure is 200 kPa. Calculate the

kPaa, determine its mass. work done by the system.

89. Helium is compressed isothermally 14.7 psia and 68˚F. 95. An ideal gas mixture consists of 2 kmol of N2 and 6

The compression ratio is 4. Calculate the change in Kmol of CO2. The apparent gas constant is:

entropy of the gas given that RHelium = 0.4961 Btu/lbm˚R.

90. Steam at the rate of 500 kg/hr is produced by a steady diameter of 1.0. Heating the sphere causes it to expand to

flow system boiler from feedwater entering at 40˚C. Find a diameter of 1.3 m. During the process the pressure is

the rate at which heat is transformed in kCal/hr if the proportional to the sphere diameter. Calculate the work

enthalpy of steam is 600 kCal/kg and of steam 50 kCal/kg. done by the gas in kJ.

91. During the polytropic process of an ideal gas, the state 97. An ideal gas with molecular weight of 7.1 kg/kg mol is

changes from 138 kPa and 5˚C to 827 kPa and 171˚C. Find compressed from 600 kPa and 280 deg K to a final specific

the value of n. volume of 0.5 m3/kg. Calculate the work of compression in

kJ/kg?

change during an isothermal process in which the pressure 98. An air compressed adiabatically from 30˚C to 100˚C. If

changes from 200 kPa to 150 kPa? mass of air being compressed in 5 kg. Find the change in

entropy.

93. Water enters the heater at 25˚C and leaves at 80˚C. kJ/kg.

What is the temperature change in˚F?

Kmol of CO2. The mass fraction of CO2 is: 100. What is the lifting force in kN for a 10 m diameter

spherical balloon with helium inside at 101 kPa and 320 K

surrounded by air at 101 kPa and 298.15 K?

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