- 11.11.1: Owing to safety requirements, the pressure within a 19.3 ft3 cylind...
- 11.11.2: Ten pounds mass of propane have a volume of 2 ft3 and a pressure of...
- 11.11.3: The pressure within a 23.3-m3 tank should not exceed 105 bar. Check...
- 11.11.4: Estimate the pressure of water vapor at a temperature of 5008C and ...
- 11.11.5: Methane gas flows through a pipeline with a volumetric flow rate of...
- 11.11.6: Determine the specific volume of water vapor at 20 MPa and 4008C, i...
- 11.11.7: A vessel whose volume is 1 m3 contains 4 kmol of methane at 1008C. ...
- 11.11.8: Methane gas at 100 atm and 2188C is stored in a 10-m3 tank. Determi...
- 11.11.9: Using the BenedictWebbRubin equation of state, determine the volume...
- 11.11.10: A rigid tank contains 1 kg of oxygen (O2) at p1 5 40 bar, T1 5 180 ...
- 11.11.11: One pound mass of air initially occupying a volume of 0.4 ft3 at a ...
- 11.11.12: Water vapor initially at 2408C, 1 MPa expands in a pistoncylinder a...
- 11.11.13: Referring to the virial series, Eqs. 3.30 and 3.31, show that B B/R...
- 11.11.14: Express Eq. 11.5, the van der Waals equation, in terms of the compr...
- 11.11.15: The Berthelot equation of state has the form p RT y b a T y2 (a) Us...
- 11.11.16: The BeattieBridgeman equation of state can be expressed as p RT 11 ...
- 11.11.17: The Dieterici equation of state is p a RT y b b exp a a RTy b (a) U...
- 11.11.18: The PengRobinson equation of state has the form p RT y b a y2 c2 Us...
- 11.11.19: The pT relation for chlorofluorinated hydrocarbons can be described...
- 11.11.20: The differential of pressure obtained from a certain equation of st...
- 11.11.21: Introducing dQint rev 5 T dS into Eq. 6.8 gives dQint rev dU p dV U...
- 11.11.22: Show that Eq. 11.16 is satisfied by an equation of state with the f...
- 11.11.23: For the functions x 5 x(y, w), y 5 y(z, w), z 5 z(x, w), demonstrat...
- 11.11.24: Using Eq. 11.35, check the consistency of (a) the steam tables at 2...
- 11.11.25: Using Eq. 11.35, check the consistency of (a) the steam tables at 1...
- 11.11.26: At a pressure of 1 atm, liquid water has a state of maximum density...
- 11.11.27: A gas enters a compressor operating at steady state and is compress...
- 11.11.28: Show that T, p, h, , and g can each be determined from a fundamenta...
- 11.11.29: Evaluate p, s, u, h, c, and cp for a substance for which the Helmho...
- 11.11.30: The Mollier diagram provides a graphical representation of the fund...
- 11.11.31: Derive the relation cp T10 2 g0T2 2p.
- 11.11.32: Using pT data for saturated ammonia from Table A-13E, calculate at ...
- 11.11.33: Using pT data for saturated water from the steam tables, calculate ...
- 11.11.34: Using hfg, fg, and psat at 108F from the Refrigerant 134a tables, e...
- 11.11.35: Using hfg, fg, and psat at 268C from the ammonia tables, estimate t...
- 11.11.36: Using triple-point data for water from Table A-6E, estimate the sat...
- 11.11.37: At 08C, the specific volumes of saturated solid water (ice) and sat...
- 11.11.38: The line representing the two-phase solidliquid region on the phase...
- 11.11.39: Consider a four-legged chair at rest on an ice rink. The total mass...
- 11.11.40: Over a certain temperature interval, the saturation pressuretempera...
- 11.11.41: Using data for water from Table A-2, determine the constants A and ...
- 11.11.42: Over limited intervals of temperature, the saturation pressuretempe...
- 11.11.43: Use the result of 11.42 to determine (a) the saturation pressure at...
- 11.11.44: Complete the following exercises dealing with slopes: (a) At the tr...
- 11.11.45: Using only pT data from the ammonia tables, evaluate the changes in...
- 11.11.46: One kmol of argon at 300 K is initially confined to one side of a r...
- 11.11.47: Obtain the relationship between cp and c for a gas that obeys the e...
- 11.11.48: The pT relation for a certain gas is represented closely by 5 RT/p ...
- 11.11.49: Develop expressions for the specific enthalpy, internal energy, and...
- 11.11.50: At certain states, the pT data of a gas can be expressed as Z 5 1 2...
- 11.11.51: For a gas whose pT behavior is described by Z 5 1 1 Bp/RT, where B ...
- 11.11.52: For a gas whose pT behavior is described by Z 5 1 1 B/ 1 C/2 , wher...
- 11.11.53: The volume of a 1-kg copper sphere is not allowed to vary by more t...
- 11.11.54: The volume of a 1-lb copper sphere is not allowed to vary by more t...
- 11.11.55: Develop expressions for the volume expansivity and the isothermal c...
- 11.11.56: Derive expressions for the volume expansivity and the isothermal co...
- 11.11.57: Show that the isothermal compressibility is always greater than or ...
- 11.11.58: Prove that 10b/0p2T 10k/0T2p.
- 11.11.59: For aluminum at 08C, 5 2700 kg/m3 , 5 71.4 3 1028 (K)21 , 5 1.34 3 ...
- 11.11.60: Estimate the temperature rise, in 8C, of mercury, initially at 08C ...
- 11.11.61: At certain states, the pT data for a particular gas can be represen...
- 11.11.62: For a gas obeying the van der Waals equation of state, (a) show tha...
- 11.11.63: If the value of the specific heat c of air is 0.1965 Btu/lb 8R at T...
- 11.11.64: Show that the specific heat ratio k can be expressed as k 5 cp/(cp ...
- 11.11.65: For liquid water at 408C, 1 atm estimate (a) c, in kJ/kg K. (b) the...
- 11.11.66: Using steam table data, estimate the velocity of sound in liquid wa...
- 11.11.67: At a certain location in a wind tunnel, a stream of air is at 5008F...
- 11.11.68: For a gas obeying the equation of state p( 2 b) 5 RT, where b is a ...
- 11.11.69: A gas is described by 5 RT/p 2 A/T 1 B, where A and B are constants...
- 11.11.70: Determine the maximum JouleThomson inversion temperature in terms o...
- 11.11.71: Derive an equation for the JouleThomson coefficient as a function o...
- 11.11.72: Show that Eq. 11.77 can be written as mJ T 2 cp a 01y/T2 0T b p (a)...
- 11.11.73: If the specific heat c of a gas obeying the van der Waals equation ...
- 11.11.74: For air, write a computer program that evaluates the change in spec...
- 11.11.75: Using the RedlichKwong equation of state, determine the changes in ...
- 11.11.76: Using the BenedictWebbRubin equation of state together with a speci...
- 11.11.77: A certain pure, simple compressible substance has the following pro...
- 11.11.78: In Table A-2, at temperatures up to 508C, the values of uf and hf d...
- 11.11.79: Beginning with Eq. 11.90, derive Eq. 11.91.
- 11.11.80: Derive an expression giving (a) the internal energy of a substance ...
- 11.11.81: Derive expressions for the enthalpy and entropy departures using an...
- 11.11.82: The following expression for the enthalpy departure is convenient f...
- 11.11.83: Using the equation of state of 11.14 (c), evaluate and cp for water...
- 11.11.84: Ethylene at 678C, 10 bar enters a compressor operating at steady st...
- 11.11.85: Methane at 278C, 10 MPa enters a turbine operating at steady state,...
- 11.11.86: Nitrogen (N2) enters a compressor operating at steady state at 1.5 ...
- 11.11.87: Oxygen (O2) enters a control volume operating at steady state with ...
- 11.11.88: Argon gas enters a turbine operating at steady state at 100 bar, 32...
- 11.11.89: Oxygen (O2) undergoes a throttling process from 100 bar, 300 K to 2...
- 11.11.90: Water vapor enters a turbine operating at steady state at 30 MPa, 6...
- 11.11.91: Oxygen (O2) enters a nozzle operating at steady state at 60 bar, 30...
- 11.11.92: A quantity of nitrogen gas in a pistoncylinder assembly undergoes a...
- 11.11.93: A closed, rigid, insulated vessel having a volume of 0.142 m3 conta...
- 11.11.94: A preliminary design calls for a 1 kmol mixture of CO2 and C2H6 (et...
- 11.11.95: A gaseous mixture with a molar composition of 60% CO and 40% H2 ent...
- 11.11.96: A 0.1-m3 cylinder contains a gaseous mixture with a molar compositi...
- 11.11.97: A gaseous mixture consisting of 0.75 kmol of hydrogen (H2) and 0.25...
- 11.11.98: A gaseous mixture of 0.5 lbmol of methane and 0.5 lbmol of propane ...
- 11.11.99: One lbmol of a gaseous mixture occupies a volume of 1.78 ft3 at 212...
- 11.11.100: Air having an approximate molar composition of 79% N2 and 21% O2 fi...
- 11.11.101: A gaseous mixture consisting of 50% argon and 50% nitrogen (molar b...
- 11.11.102: Using the CarnahanStarlingDeSantis equation of state introduced in ...
- 11.11.103: A rigid vessel initially contains carbon dioxide gas at 328C and pr...
- 11.11.104: Two tanks having equal volumes are connected by a valve. One tank c...
- 11.11.105: A binary solution at 258C consists of 59 kg of ethyl alcohol (C2H5O...
- 11.11.106: The following data are for a binary solution of ethane (C2H6) and p...
- 11.11.107: The following data are for a binary mixture of carbon dioxide and m...
- 11.11.108: Using pT data from the steam tables, determine the fugacity of wate...
- 11.11.109: Determine the fugacity, in atm, for (a) butane at 555 K, 150 bar. (...
- 11.11.110: Using the equation of state of 11.14(c), evaluate the fugacity of a...
- 11.11.111: Using tabulated compressibility factor data from the literature, ev...
- 11.11.112: Consider the truncated virial expansion Z 1 B 1TR2pR C 1TR2p2 R D 1...
- 11.11.113: Derive the following approximation for the fugacity of a liquid at ...
- 11.11.114: Beginning with Eq. 11.122, (a) evaluate ln f for a gas obeying the ...
- 11.11.115: Consider a one-inlet, one-exit control volume at steady state throu...
- 11.11.116: Methane expands isothermally and without irreversibilities through ...
- 11.11.117: Propane (C3H8) enters a turbine operating at steady state at 100 ba...
- 11.11.118: Ethane (C2H6) is compressed isothermally without irreversibilities ...
- 11.11.119: Methane enters a turbine operating at steady state at 100 bar, 275 ...
- 11.11.120: Methane flows isothermally and without irreversibilities through a ...
- 11.11.121: Determine the fugacity, in atm, for pure ethane at 310 K, 20.4 atm ...
- 11.11.122: Denoting the solvent and solute in a dilute binary liquid solution ...
- 11.11.123: A tank contains 310 kg of a gaseous mixture of 70% ethane and 30% n...
- 11.11.124: A tank contains a mixture of 75% argon and 25% ethylene on a molar ...
- 11.11.125: A tank contains a mixture of 70% ethane and 30% nitrogen (N2) on a ...
- 11.11.126: An equimolar mixture of O2 and N2 enters a compressor operating at ...
- 11.11.127: A gaseous mixture with a molar analysis of 70% CH4 and 30% N2, ente...
- 11.11.128: The departure of a binary solution from ideal solution behavior is ...
- 11.11.1D: Design a laboratory flask for containing up to 10 kmol of mercury v...
- 11.11.2D: The ph diagram (Sec. 10.2.4) used in the refrigeration engineering ...
- 11.11.3D: The scarcity of safe drinking water and the need for additional wat...
- 11.11.4D: A portable refrigeration machine requiring no external power supply...
- 11.11.5D: A power plant located at a river's mouth where freshwater river cur...
- 11.11.6D: During a phase change from liquid to vapor at fixed pressure, the t...
- 11.11.7D: The following data are known for a 100-ton ammonia water absorption...
- 11.11.8D: The Servel refrigerator works on an absorption principle and requir...
- 11.11.9D: In the experiment for the regelation of ice, a smalldiameter wire w...
- 11.11.10D: Figure P11.10D shows a kinetic energy recovery system for trains, t...

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