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Evaluating ExergyDetermine the exergy, in kJ, of the

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Problem 20P

Problem 20P

Evaluating Exergy

Determine the exergy, in kJ, of the contents of a 1.5-m3 storage tank, if the tank is filled with

(a) air as an ideal gas at 440°C and 0.70 bar.

(b) water vapor at 440°C and 0.70 bar.

Ignore the effects of motion and gravity and let T0 = 22°C, p0 = 1 bar.

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