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An air-standard Brayton cycle produces 10 MW of power. The

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Problem 9.82

An air-standard Brayton cycle produces 10 MW of power. The compressor and turbine isentropic efficiencies are both 80%. Operating data at principal states in the cycle are given in the table below. The states are numbered as in Fig. 9.9. (a) Fill in the missing data in the table and sketch the Ts diagram for the cycle. (b) Determine the mass flow rate of air, in kg/s. (c) Perform a full accounting for the net rate of exergy increase as the air passes through the combustor. Let T0 5 300 K, p0 5 100 kPa.

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 Material properties: characteristics that distinguish and identify a material o Each material has properties that differentiate it from every other material  These properties originate at the atomic/molecular levels MATERIAL PROPERTIES:  Chemical: characteristics of a substance associated with its formulation and reactivity with other substances and environment o Composition: (which elements) The periodic table o Atomic arrangement: How are the atom arranged  Mechanical: characteristics of a substance related to its ability to withstand applied forces and durability o Strength o Hardness o Ductility/malleability o Toughness o Modulus of el

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