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# (a) Calculate the theoretical efficiency for an Otto-cycle

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Problem 6E

(a) Calculate the theoretical efficiency for an Otto-cycle engine with ? = 1.40 and r = 9.50. (b) If this engine takes in 10,000 J of heat from burning its fuel, how much heat does it discard to the outside air?

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Solution 6E Problem (a) Step 1: To find the theoretical efficiency of the otto-cycle engine Ratio of heat capacity = 1.40 Compression ratio r = 9.50

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