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Problem 12.37

Carbon dioxide (CO2) at 1008F, 18 lbf/in.2 and a volumetric flow rate of 250 ft3 /min enters an insulated control volume operating at steady state and mixes with oxygen (O2) entering as a separate stream at 1908F, 18 lbf/ in.2 and a mass flow rate of 60 lb/min. A single mixed stream exits at 15 lbf/in.2 Kinetic and potential energy effects can be ignored. Using the ideal gas model with constant specific heats, determine for the control volume (a) the temperature of the exiting mixture, in 8F. (b) the rate of entropy production, in Btu/min?8R. (c) the rate of exergy destruction, in Btu/min, for T0 5 408F.

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