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# Solved: An air-standard dual cycle has a compression ratio

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Problem 9.39

An air-standard dual cycle has a compression ratio of 9. At the beginning of compression, p1 5 100 kPa, T1 5 300 K, and V1 5 14 L. The total amount of energy added by heat transfer is 22.7 kJ. Plot the temperatures at the end of each heat addition process, in K, the net work per unit of mass of air, in kJ/kg, the thermal efficiency, and the mean effective pressure, in kPa, versus the ratio of the constant-volume heat addition to total heat addition varying from 0 to 1.

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