- 3.3.1: A system consisting of liquid water and ice undergoes a process. At...
- 3.3.2: A system consists of liquid nitrogen in equilibrium with nitrogen v...
- 3.3.3: A system consists of liquid water in equilibrium with a gaseous mix...
- 3.3.4: An open container of pure ethanol (ethyl alcohol) liquid is placed ...
- 3.3.5: Determine the phase or phases in a system consisting of H2O at the ...
- 3.3.6: Determine the phase or phases in a system consisting of H2O at the ...
- 3.3.7: The following table lists temperatures and specific volumes of wate...
- 3.3.8: The following table lists temperatures and specific volumes of ammo...
- 3.3.9: Determine the volume change, in ft3 , when 1 lb of water, initially...
- 3.3.10: For H2O, determine the specified property at the indicated state. L...
- 3.3.11: For each case, determine the specific volume at the indicated state...
- 3.3.12: For each case, determine the specified property at the indicated st...
- 3.3.13: For H2O, determine the specific volume at the indicated state, in m...
- 3.3.14: For H2O, locate each of the following states on sketches of the p, ...
- 3.3.15: Complete the following exercises. In each case locate the state on ...
- 3.3.16: A 1-m3 tank holds a two-phase liquidvapor mixture of carbon dioxide...
- 3.3.17: Determine the volume, in ft3 , of 2 lb of a two-phase liquidvapor m...
- 3.3.18: A two-phase liquidvapor mixture of ammonia has a specific volume of...
- 3.3.19: A tank contains a two-phase liquidvapor mixture of Refrigerant 22 a...
- 3.3.20: As shown in Fig. P3.20, a closed, rigid cylinder contains different...
- 3.3.21: As shown in Fig. P3.21 0.1 kg of water is contained within a piston...
- 3.3.22: Ammonia, initially at 6 bar, 408C undergoes a constantspecific volu...
- 3.3.23: Water contained in a closed, rigid tank, initially saturated vapor ...
- 3.3.24: A closed, rigid tank whose volume is 1.5 m3 contains Refrigerant 13...
- 3.3.25: In each of the following cases, ammonia contained in a closed, rigi...
- 3.3.26: A closed, rigid tank contains a two-phase liquidvapor mixture of Re...
- 3.3.27: Water vapor is cooled in a closed, rigid tank from 5208C and 100 ba...
- 3.3.28: Ammonia contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially saturated...
- 3.3.29: One kg of water initially is at the critical point. (a) If the wate...
- 3.3.30: As shown in Fig. P3.30, a cylinder fitted with a piston is filled w...
- 3.3.31: A pistoncylinder assembly contains a two-phase liquidvapor mixture ...
- 3.3.32: Seven lb of propane in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially at p1 5...
- 3.3.33: Two kg of Refrigerant 134A undergoes a polytropic process in a pist...
- 3.3.34: From an initial state where the pressure is p1, the temperature is ...
- 3.3.35: Three kg of Refrigerant 22 undergoes a process for which the pressu...
- 3.3.36: As shown in Fig. P3.36, Refrigerant 134a is contained in a pistoncy...
- 3.3.37: A pistoncylinder assembly contains 0.1 lb of propane. The propane e...
- 3.3.38: For each of the following cases, determine the specified properties...
- 3.3.39: Determine the values of the specified properties at each of the fol...
- 3.3.40: Using IT, determine the specified property data at the indicated st...
- 3.3.41: Using the tables for water, determine the specified property data a...
- 3.3.42: For each case, determine the specified property value and locate th...
- 3.3.43: Using the tables for water, determine the specified property data a...
- 3.3.44: Using the tables for water, determine the specified property data a...
- 3.3.45: For each case, determine the specified property data and locate the...
- 3.3.46: Water, initially saturated vapor at 4 bar, fills a closed, rigid co...
- 3.3.47: A closed, rigid tank contains Refrigerant 134a, initially at 1008C....
- 3.3.48: A closed, rigid tank is filled with water. Initially, the tank hold...
- 3.3.49: A closed, rigid tank is filled with water, initially at the critica...
- 3.3.50: Refrigerant 22 undergoes a constant-pressure process within a pisto...
- 3.3.51: For the system of 3.26, determine the amount of energy transfer by ...
- 3.3.52: For the system of 3.31, determine the amount of energy transfer by ...
- 3.3.53: For the system of 3.33, determine the amount of energy transfer by ...
- 3.3.54: Ammonia vapor in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes a constant-pre...
- 3.3.55: Water in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially at a temperature of 9...
- 3.3.56: A pistoncylinder assembly containing water, initially a liquid at 5...
- 3.3.57: As shown in Fig. P3.57, 0.1 kg of propane is contained within a pis...
- 3.3.58: A pistoncylinder assembly contains water, initially saturated liqui...
- 3.3.59: A well-insulated, rigid tank contains 1.5 kg of Refrigerant 134A, i...
- 3.3.60: As shown in Fig. P3.60, a rigid, closed tank having a volume of 20 ...
- 3.3.61: A rigid, insulated tank fitted with a paddle wheel is filled with w...
- 3.3.62: If the hot plate of Example 3.2 transfers energy at a rate of 0.1 k...
- 3.3.63: A closed, rigid tank filled with water, initially at 20 bar, a qual...
- 3.3.64: As shown in Fig. P3.64, a closed, rigid tank fitted with a fine-wir...
- 3.3.65: Five lb of propane is contained in a closed, rigid tank initially a...
- 3.3.66: A closed, rigid tank is filled with 0.02 lb of water, initially at ...
- 3.3.67: A pistoncylinder assembly contains ammonia, initially at a temperat...
- 3.3.68: A rigid, well-insulated container with a volume of 2 ft3 holds 0.12...
- 3.3.69: Water contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially at 3008F, a...
- 3.3.70: Five kg of water is contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initial...
- 3.3.71: Referring to Fig. P3.71, water contained in a piston cylinder assem...
- 3.3.72: A pistoncylinder assembly contains 2 lb of water, initiallyat 100 l...
- 3.3.73: A system consisting of 3 lb of water vapor in a piston cylinder ass...
- 3.3.74: Ammonia in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes two processes in ser...
- 3.3.75: Three lb of water is contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initia...
- 3.3.76: As shown in Fig. P3.76, a piston-cylinder assembly fitted with stop...
- 3.3.77: A two-phase, liquidvapor mixture of H2O, initially at x 5 30% and a...
- 3.3.78: A system consisting of 1 kg of H2O undergoes a power cycle composed...
- 3.3.79: One lb of water contained in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes th...
- 3.3.80: One-half kg of Refrigerant 22 is contained in a piston cylinder ass...
- 3.3.81: Ten kg of Refrigerant 22 contained in a pistoncylinder assembly und...
- 3.3.82: A pistoncylinder assembly contains ammonia, initially at 0.8 bar an...
- 3.3.83: A pistoncylinder assembly contains propane, initially at 278C, 1 ba...
- 3.3.84: Figure P3.84 shows a pistoncylinder assembly fitted with a spring. ...
- 3.3.85: As shown in Fig. P3.85, 0.5 kg of ammonia is contained in a pistonc...
- 3.3.86: A gallon of milk at 688F is placed in a refrigerator. If energy is ...
- 3.3.87: Shown in Fig. P3.87 is an insulated copper block that receives ener...
- 3.3.88: In a heat-treating process, a 1-kg metal part, initially at 1075 K,...
- 3.3.89: As shown in Fig. P3.89, a tank open to the atmosphere initially con...
- 3.3.90: As shown in Fig. P3.90, a system consists of a copper tank whose ma...
- 3.3.91: As shown in Fig. P3.91, a closed, insulated tank contains 0.15 kg o...
- 3.3.92: Determine the volume, in m3 , occupied by 2 kg of H2O at 100 bar, 4...
- 3.3.93: Five kmol of oxygen (O2) gas undergoes a process in a closed system...
- 3.3.94: Carbon monoxide (CO) with mass of 150 lb occupies a volume at 5008R...
- 3.3.95: Determine the temperature, in 8F, of ethane (C2H6) at 500 lbf/in.2 ...
- 3.3.96: A tank contains 2 m3 of air at 2938C and a gage pressure of 1.4 MPa...
- 3.3.97: Butane (C4H10) in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes an isothermal...
- 3.3.98: Five kg of butane (C4H10) in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes a ...
- 3.3.99: In a cryogenic application, carbon monoxide (CO) gas undergoes a co...
- 3.3.100: For what ranges of pressure and temperature can air be considered a...
- 3.3.101: A tank contains 0.5 m3 of nitrogen (N2) at 2718C and 1356 kPa. Dete...
- 3.3.102: Determine the percent error in using the ideal gas model to determi...
- 3.3.103: Check the applicability of the ideal gas model for (a) water at 600...
- 3.3.104: Determine the specific volume, in m3 /kg, of Refrigerant 134a at 16...
- 3.3.105: Determine the specific volume, in m3 /kg, of ammonia at 508C, 10 ba...
- 3.3.106: A closed, rigid tank is filled with a gas modeled as an ideal gas, ...
- 3.3.107: The air in a room measuring 8 ft 3 9 ft 3 12 ft is at 808F and 1 at...
- 3.3.108: Determine the total mass of nitrogen (N2), in kg, required to infla...
- 3.3.109: Using Table A-18, determine the temperature, in K and 8C, of propan...
- 3.3.110: A balloon filled with helium, initially at 278C, 1 bar, is released...
- 3.3.111: As shown in Fig. 3.111, a pistoncylinder assembly fitted with a pad...
- 3.3.112: A pistoncylinder assembly contains air, initially at 2 bar, 300 K, ...
- 3.3.113: Air contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially at 2 bar, 200...
- 3.3.114: Carbon dioxide (CO2) contained in a pistoncylinder arrangement, ini...
- 3.3.115: Water vapor contained in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes an iso...
- 3.3.116: Two kg of oxygen fills the cylinder of a pistoncylinder assembly. T...
- 3.3.117: As shown in Fig. P3.117, 20 ft3 of air at T1 5 6008R, 100 lbf/in.2 ...
- 3.3.118: A pistoncylinder assembly contains air at a pressure of 30 lbf/in.2...
- 3.3.119: As shown in Fig. P3.119, a fan drawing electricity at a rate of 1.5...
- 3.3.120: Nitrogen (N2) fills a closed, rigid tank fitted with a paddle wheel...
- 3.3.121: Four-tenth lb of air, initially at 5408R, is contained in a closed,...
- 3.3.122: Argon contained in a closed, rigid tank, initially at 508C, 2 bar, ...
- 3.3.123: Ten kg of hydrogen (H2), initially at 208C, fills a closed, rigid t...
- 3.3.124: As shown in Fig. P3.124, a pistoncylinder assembly whose piston is ...
- 3.3.125: A pistoncylinder assembly fitted with a slowly rotating paddle whee...
- 3.3.126: A pistoncylinder assembly contains air. The air undergoes a constan...
- 3.3.127: As shown in Fig. P3.127, a well-insulated tank fitted with an elect...
- 3.3.128: A closed, rigid tank fitted with a paddle wheel contains 0.1 kg of ...
- 3.3.129: As shown in Fig. P3.129, one side of a rigid, insulated container i...
- 3.3.130: Air is confined to one side of a rigid container divided by a parti...
- 3.3.131: Two kg of air, initially at 5 bar, 350 K and 4 kg of carbon monoxid...
- 3.3.132: As shown in Fig. P3.132, a pistoncylinder assembly contains 5 g of ...
- 3.3.133: Two kg of nitrogen (N2) gas is contained in a closed, rigid tank su...
- 3.3.134: As shown in Fig. P3.134, a rigid tank initially contains 3 kg of ca...
- 3.3.135: A closed, rigid tank fitted with a paddle wheel contains 2 kg of ai...
- 3.3.136: As shown in Fig. P3.136, a pistoncylinder assembly fitted with a pa...
- 3.3.137: Carbon dioxide (CO2) is compressed in a pistoncylinder assembly fro...
- 3.3.138: Air is contained in a pistoncylinder assembly, initially at 40 lbf/...
- 3.3.139: Air contained in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes two processes ...
- 3.3.140: Two-tenths kmol of nitrogen (N2) in a pistoncylinder assembly under...
- 3.3.141: One kg of air in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes two processes ...
- 3.3.142: Air contained in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes the power cycl...
- 3.3.143: One lb of air undergoes a cycle consisting of the following process...
- 3.3.144: A pistoncylinder assembly contains air modeled as an ideal gas with...
- 3.3.145: One lb of oxygen, O2, undergoes a power cycle consisting of the fol...
- 3.3.146: A system consists of 2 kg of carbon dioxide gas initially at state ...
- 3.3.147: Air undergoes a polytropic process in a pistoncylinder assembly fro...
- 3.3.148: Steam, initially at 700 lbf/in.2 , 5508F undergoes a polytropic pro...
- 3.3.1D: Scientists have found that by cooling air to the cryogenic temperat...
- 3.3.2D: The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has developed an online P...
- 3.3.3D: The pressure at about 400 m of depth in an ocean or lake is about 4...
- 3.3.4D: Refrigerant 22 became the refrigerant of choice for residential hea...
- 3.3.5D: A newspaper article reports that on a day when an airline canceled ...
- 3.3.6D: Due to their zero ozone depletion and low global warming potential ...
- 3.3.7D: According to the New York City Transit Authority, the operation of ...
- 3.3.8D: Some oil and gas companies use hydraulic fracturing to access oil a...
- 3.3.9D: Water is one of our most important resources, yet one of the most p...
- 3.3.10D: Passive solar heating may become more effective in coming years thr...

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