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An expression for the value of cp for carbon dioxide as afunction of temperature iscp =

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Problem 11.8

An expression for the value of cp for carbon dioxide as afunction of temperature iscp = 286 1.15 105T+2.49 106T2where cp is in (ft lb)/(lbm R) and T is in R. Compare thechange in enthalpy of carbon dioxide using the constant value of cp(see Table 1.7) with the change in enthalpy of carbon dioxide usingthe expression above, for T2 T1 equal to (a) 10 R, (b) 1000 R,(c) 3000 R. Set T1 = 540 R.

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