First Midterm Basic Study Guide!
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kirin Anandsongvit on Wednesday March 4, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MIE230 at a university taught by Prof. Matthew A. Lackner in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 190 views.
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Date Created: 03/04/15
Chapters and Information being covered Chapters 1 through 5 Basic unit conversion will be needed although only metric units will be used An example is the conversion between temperature scales Basic skills required Plotting different states on a Pv and a Tv diagram Being able to determine the work done during a process from a Pv diagram It is the area under the curve Determining the quality of saturated mixtures under the dome Using quality to determine average properties such as specific volume and enthalpy Determining properties of a state using property tables Basic interpolation Difference between adiabatic processes and isothermal processes Concepts and Formulas to know Work Boundary work 0 when volume remains constant Constant pressure process Constant temperature process Polytropic process Closed Systems Energy Balance Heat work internal energy kinetic energy and potential energy Energy Balance of a cycle Ein Eout Energy balance of a mechanical system Open Systems Flow Rates Determining mass flow rates from velocity area and specific volume Determining volume flow rates Energy Balance of open systems Steady Flow systems Enthalpyh u Pv Determining energy rates from the energy balance The effects of nozzles diffusers turbines and compressors How mixing chambers and heat exchangers work ldeal Gases How constant specific heats are determined with ideal gases It is only a function of temperature for ideal gases Determining the compressibility factor Z The different variations of the idea gas formulas With specific volumes or with the overall volumes
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