- 8.8.1: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle. The condenser...
- 8.8.2: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle. Superheated v...
- 8.8.3: Steam is the working fluid in the ideal Rankine cycle 12 341 and in...
- 8.8.4: Plot each of the quantities calculated in 8.2 versus condenser pres...
- 8.8.5: Plot each of the quantities calculated in 8.2 versus steam generato...
- 8.8.6: A Carnot vapor power cycle operates with water as the working fluid...
- 8.8.7: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle. Saturated vap...
- 8.8.8: Water is the working fluid in a Carnot vapor power cycle. Saturated...
- 8.8.9: Plot each of the quantities calculated in 8.7 versus turbine inlet ...
- 8.8.10: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle. Steam enters ...
- 8.8.11: Plot each of the quantities calculated in 8.10 versus condenser pre...
- 8.8.12: A nuclear power plant based on the Rankine cycle operates with a bo...
- 8.8.13: Figure P8.13 provides steady-state operating data for a solar power...
- 8.8.14: On the south coast of the island of Hawaii, lava flows continuously...
- 8.8.15: The ideal Rankine cycle 12341 of 8.3 is modified to include the eff...
- 8.8.16: Steam enters the turbine of a simple vapor power plant with a press...
- 8.8.17: Water is the working fluid in a Rankine cycle. Superheated vapor en...
- 8.8.18: Steam enters the turbine of a Rankine cycle at 16 MPa, 5608C. The c...
- 8.8.19: Water is the working fluid in a Rankine cycle. Steam enters the tur...
- 8.8.20: Water is the working fluid in a Rankine cycle. Superheated vapor en...
- 8.8.21: Figure P8.21 provides steady-state operating data for a vapor power...
- 8.8.22: Superheated steam at 8 MPa and 4808C leaves the steam generator of ...
- 8.8.23: Water is the working fluid in a Rankine cycle. Steam exits the stea...
- 8.8.24: Steam enters the turbine of a vapor power plant at 600 lbf/in.2 , 1...
- 8.8.25: Superheated steam at 20 MPa, 5608C enters the turbine of a vapor po...
- 8.8.26: In the preliminary design of a power plant, water is chosen as the ...
- 8.8.27: Steam is the working fluid in the ideal reheat cycle shown in Fig. ...
- 8.8.28: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle with superheat...
- 8.8.29: Water is the working fluid in an ideal Rankine cycle with reheat. S...
- 8.8.30: For the cycle of 8.29, reconsider the analysis assuming the pump an...
- 8.8.31: Investigate the effects on cycle performance as the reheat pressure...
- 8.8.32: An ideal Rankine cycle with reheat uses water as the working fluid....
- 8.8.33: Steam heated at constant pressure in a steam generator enters the f...
- 8.8.34: Steam at 4800 lbf/in.2 , 10008F enters the first stage of a supercr...
- 8.8.35: Steam is the working fluid in the vapor power cycle with reheat sho...
- 8.8.36: An ideal Rankine cycle with reheat uses water as the working fluid....
- 8.8.37: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle. ...
- 8.8.38: For the cycle of 8.37, reconsider the analysis assuming the pump an...
- 8.8.39: Investigate the effects on cycle performance as the feedwater heate...
- 8.8.40: A power plant operates on a regenerative vapor power cycle with one...
- 8.8.41: Reconsider the cycle of 8.40 as the feedwater heater pressure takes...
- 8.8.42: Compare the results of 8.40 (a) and (b) with those for an ideal Ran...
- 8.8.43: Compare the results of 8.40 with those for the same cycle whose pro...
- 8.8.44: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.45: Water is the working fluid in a regenerative Rankine cycle with one...
- 8.8.46: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.47: Reconsider the cycle of 8.46, but include in the analysis that each...
- 8.8.48: For the cycle of 8.47, investigate the effects on cycle performance...
- 8.8.49: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.50: For the cycle of 8.49, reconsider the analysis assuming the pump an...
- 8.8.51: For the cycle of 8.50, investigate the effects on cycle performance...
- 8.8.52: As indicated in Fig. P8.52, a power plant similar to that in Fig. 8...
- 8.8.53: Reconsider the cycle of 8.52, but include in the analysis that each...
- 8.8.54: Modify the cycle of 8.49 such that the saturated liquid condensate ...
- 8.8.55: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.56: Water is the working fluid in a regenerative Rankine cycle with one...
- 8.8.57: Water is the working fluid in an ideal regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.58: Reconsider the cycle of 8.57, but include in the analysis that the ...
- 8.8.59: Referring to Fig. 8.12, if the fractions of the total flow entering...
- 8.8.60: Consider a regenerative vapor power cycle with two feedwater heater...
- 8.8.61: For the cycle of 8.60, reconsider the analysis assuming the pump an...
- 8.8.62: For the cycle of 8.60, investigate the effects on cycle performance...
- 8.8.63: Data for a regenerative vapor power cycle using an open and a close...
- 8.8.64: Reconsider the cycle of 8.63, but include in the analysis that each...
- 8.8.65: Water is the working fluid in a regenerative Rankine cycle with one...
- 8.8.66: Water is the working fluid in a regenerative Rankine cycle with one...
- 8.8.67: Water is the working fluid in a Rankine cycle modified to include o...
- 8.8.68: Reconsider the cycle of 8.67, but include in the analysis that the ...
- 8.8.69: Consider a regenerative vapor power cycle with two feedwater heater...
- 8.8.70: Reconsider the cycle of 8.69, but include in the analysis that the ...
- 8.8.71: For the cycle of 8.70, plot thermal efficiency versus turbine stage...
- 8.8.72: Water is the working fluid in a reheat-regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.73: Water is the working fluid in a reheat-regenerative Rankine cycle w...
- 8.8.74: Data for a power plant similar in design to that shown in Fig 8.12 ...
- 8.8.75: For the power plant in 8.74 with extraction mass fractions as indic...
- 8.8.76: A binary vapor power cycle consists of two ideal Rankine cycles wit...
- 8.8.77: A binary vapor cycle consists of two Rankine cycles with steam and ...
- 8.8.78: Figure P8.78 shows a vapor power cycle that provides process heat a...
- 8.8.79: Figure P8.79 provides steady-state operating data for a cogeneratio...
- 8.8.80: Consider a cogeneration system operating as shown in Fig. P8.80. St...
- 8.8.81: Figure P8.81 shows a combined heat and power system (CHP) providing...
- 8.8.82: Figure P8.82 shows a cogeneration cycle that provides power and pro...
- 8.8.83: In a cogeneration system, a Rankine cycle operates with steam enter...
- 8.8.84: The steam generator of a vapor power plant can be considered for si...
- 8.8.85: Determine the exergy input, in kJ per kg of steam flowing, to the w...
- 8.8.86: In the steam generator of the cycle of 8.19, the energy input to th...
- 8.8.87: For the regenerative vapor power cycle of 8.67, calculate the rates...
- 8.8.88: Determine the rate of exergy input, in Btu/h, to the working fluid ...
- 8.8.89: For the power plant in 8.74, develop a full accounting in MW, of th...
- 8.8.90: Determine the rate of exergy transfer, in Btu/h, to the working flu...
- 8.8.91: Determine the rate of exergy transfer, in kJ per kg of steam enteri...
- 8.8.92: Figure P8.92 provides steady-state operating data for a cogeneratio...
- 8.8.93: Steam enters the turbine of a simple vapor power plant at 100 bar, ...
- 8.8.1D: Use a Web-based resource (such as http://www.eia.doe .gov) to locat...
- 8.8.2D: Identify a major electrical power failure that occurred recently in...
- 8.8.3D: Write an op-ed (opinion-editorial) article on a significant issue r...
- 8.8.4D: Water management is an important aspect of electric power productio...
- 8.8.5D: Select an underdeveloped region of the world with limited electrica...
- 8.8.6D: Visit a local power plant and interview the plant manager or a desi...
- 8.8.7D: Identify three types of renewable energy electricitygenerating plan...
- 8.8.8D: Critically evaluate carbon dioxide capture and underground storage ...
- 8.8.9D: Most electricity in the United States is generated today by large c...
- 8.8.10D: Geoengineering is an area of study focused on managing earths envir...
- 8.8.11D : Concurrent engineering design considers all phases of a products li...
- 8.8.12D: Some observers contend that enhanced oil recovery is a viable comme...
- 8.8.13D: Silicon is one of Earths most abundant elements. Yet demand for the...
- 8.8.14D: Power plant planning is best done on a life-cycle basis (Table 8.3)...
- 8.8.15D: With another project team, conduct a formal debate on one of the pr...

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