- 9.91C: What are the air-standard assumptions?
- 9.92C: What is the difference between air-standard assumptions and the col...
- 9.93C: How does the thermal efficiency of an ideal cycle, in general, comp...
- 9.94C: What does the area enclosed by the cycle represent on a P-v diagram...
- 9.95C: Define the compression ratio for reciprocating engines.
- 9.96C: How is the mean effective pressure for reciprocating engines defined?
- 9.97C: Can the mean effective pressure of an automobile engine in operatio...
- 9.98C: As a car gets older, will its compression ratio change? How about t...
- 9.99C: What is the difference between spark-ignition and compression-ignit...
- 9.910C: Define the following terms related to reciprocating engines: stroke...
- 9.911E: What is the maximum possible thermal efficiency of a gas power cycl...
- 9.912: An air-standard cycle is executed within a closed piston-cylinder s...
- 9.913: An air-standard cycle with variable specific heats is executed in a...
- 9.914: Reconsider Prob. 913. Using EES (or other) software, study the effe...
- 9.915: An air-standard cycle is executed in a closed system with 0.5 kg of...
- 9.916E: An air-standard cycle with variable specific heats is executed in a...
- 9.917E: Repeat Prob. 916E using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.918: An air-standard Carnot cycle is executed in a closed system between...
- 9.919: Repeat using helium as the working fluid.
- 9.920: Consider a Carnot cycle executed in a closed system with 0.6 kg of ...
- 9.921: Consider a Carnot cycle executed in a closed system with air as the...
- 9.922: An ideal gas is contained in a piston-cylinder device and undergoes...
- 9.923C: What four processes make up the ideal Otto cycle?
- 9.924C: Are the processes that make up the Otto cycle analyzed as closed-sy...
- 9.925C: How do the efficiencies of the ideal Otto cycle and the Carnot cycl...
- 9.926C: How does the thermal efficiency of an ideal Otto cycle change with ...
- 9.927C: How is the rpm (revolutions per minute) of an actual four-stroke ga...
- 9.928C: Why are high compression ratios not used in sparkignition engines?
- 9.929C: An ideal Otto cycle with a specified compression ratio is executed ...
- 9.930C: What is the difference between fuel-injected gasoline engines and d...
- 9.931: An ideal Otto cycle has a compression ratio of 10.5, takes in air a...
- 9.932: Repeat Prob. 931 for a compression ratio of 8.5.
- 9.933: An ideal Otto cycle has a compression ratio of 8. At the beginning ...
- 9.934: Reconsider 933. Using EES (or other) software, study the effect of ...
- 9.935: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.936E: A six-cylinder, four-stroke, spark-ignition engine operating on the...
- 9.937E: A spark-ignition engine has a compression ratio of 8, an isentropic...
- 9.938E: An ideal Otto cycle with air as the working fluid has a compression...
- 9.939E: Repeat Prob. 938E using argon as the working fluid.
- 9.940: When we double the compression ratio of an ideal Otto cycle, what h...
- 9.941: In a spark-ignition engine, some cooling occurs as the gas is expan...
- 9.942C: How does a diesel engine differ from a gasoline engine?
- 9.943C: How does the ideal Diesel cycle differ from the ideal Otto cycle?
- 9.944C: For a specified compression ratio, is a diesel or gasoline engine m...
- 9.945C: Do diesel or gasoline engines operate at higher compression ratios?...
- 9.946: An air-standard Diesel cycle has a compression ratio of 16 and a cu...
- 9.947: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.948: An ideal Diesel cycle has a compression ratio of 17 and a cutoff ra...
- 9.949E: An ideal Diesel cycle has a maximum cycle temperature of 23008F and...
- 9.950: An air-standard dual cycle has a compression ratio of 14 and a cuto...
- 9.951: Repeat Prob. 950 when the state of the air at the beginning of the ...
- 9.952E: An air-standard Diesel cycle has a compression ratio of 18.2. Air i...
- 9.953E: Repeat Prob. 952E using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.954: An ideal diesel engine has a compression ratio of 20 and uses air a...
- 9.955: Repeat Prob. 954, but replace the isentropic expansion process by p...
- 9.956: Reconsider Prob. 955. Using EES (or other) software, study the effe...
- 9.957: A four-cylinder two-stroke 2.4-L diesel engine that operates on an ...
- 9.958: Repeat Prob. 957 using nitrogen as the working fluid.
- 9.959E: An ideal dual cycle has a compression ratio of 15 and a cutoff rati...
- 9.960: The compression ratio of an ideal dual cycle is 14. Air is at 100 k...
- 9.961: Reconsider 960. Using EES (or other) software, study the effect of ...
- 9.962: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature. Is the co...
- 9.963: Develop an expression for cutoff ratio rc which expresses it in ter...
- 9.964: An air-standard cycle, called the dual cycle, with constant specifi...
- 9.965C: What cycle is composed of two isothermal and two constant-volume pr...
- 9.966C: How does the ideal Ericsson cycle differ from the Carnot cycle?
- 9.967C: Consider the ideal Otto, Stirling, and Carnot cycles operating betw...
- 9.968C: Consider the ideal Diesel, Ericsson, and Carnot cycles operating be...
- 9.969E: An ideal Ericsson engine using helium as the working fluid operates...
- 9.970: An ideal Stirling engine using helium as the working fluid operates...
- 9.971: Consider an ideal Ericsson cycle with air as the working fluid exec...
- 9.972E: An ideal Stirling cycle filled with air uses a 758F energy reservoi...
- 9.973E: Repeat Prob. 972E if the engine is to be operated to produce 2.5 Bt...
- 9.974: An air-standard Stirling cycle operates with a maximum pressure of ...
- 9.975: How much heat is stored (and recovered) in the regenerator of Prob....
- 9.976C: For fixed maximum and minimum temperatures, what is the effect of t...
- 9.977C: What is the back work ratio? What are typical back work ratio value...
- 9.978C: Why are the back work ratios relatively high in gasturbine engines?
- 9.979C: How do the inefficiencies of the turbine and the compressor affect ...
- 9.980E: A simple ideal Brayton cycle with air as the working fluid has a pr...
- 9.981: A gas-turbine power plant operates on the simple Brayton cycle with...
- 9.982: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.983: A simple Brayton cycle using air as the working fluid has a pressur...
- 9.984: Reconsider Prob. 983. Using EES (or other) software, allow the mass...
- 9.985: Repeat Prob. 983 using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.986: Consider a simple Brayton cycle using air as the working fluid; has...
- 9.987: Air is used as the working fluid in a simple ideal Brayton cycle th...
- 9.988: An aircraft engine operates on a simple ideal Brayton cycle with a ...
- 9.989: Repeat Prob. 988 for a pressure ratio of 15.
- 9.990: A gas-turbine power plant operates on the simple Brayton cycle betw...
- 9.991E: A gas-turbine power plant operates on a simple Brayton cycle with a...
- 9.992E: For what compressor efficiency will the gas-turbine power plant in ...
- 9.993: A gas-turbine power plant operates on the simple Brayton cycle betw...
- 9.994: A gas-turbine power plant operates on a modified Brayton cycle show...
- 9.995C: How does regeneration affect the efficiency of a Brayton cycle, and...
- 9.996C: Somebody claims that at very high pressure ratios, the use of regen...
- 9.997C: In an ideal regenerator, is the air leaving the compressor heated t...
- 9.998C: In 1903, Aegidius Elling of Norway designed and built an 11-hp gas ...
- 9.999: A gas turbine for an automobile is designed with a regenerator. Air...
- 9.9100: Rework Prob. 999 when the compressor isentropic efficiency is 87 pe...
- 9.9101: A gas turbine engine operates on the ideal Brayton cycle with regen...
- 9.9102E: An ideal regenerator (T3 5 T5) is added to a simple ideal Brayton c...
- 9.9103E: The idea of using gas turbines to power automobiles was conceived i...
- 9.9104: An ideal Brayton cycle with regeneration has a pressure ratio of 10...
- 9.9105: Reconsider 9104. Using EES (or other) software, study the effects o...
- 9.9106: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.9107: A Brayton cycle with regeneration using air as the working fluid ha...
- 9.9108: A stationary gas-turbine power plant operates on an ideal regenerat...
- 9.9109: Air enters the compressor of a regenerative gasturbine engine at 31...
- 9.9110: Repeat Prob. 9109 using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.9111: Repeat Prob. 9109 for a regenerator effectiveness of 70 percent.
- 9.9112: Develop an expression for the thermal efficiency of an ideal Brayto...
- 9.9113C: For a specified pressure ratio, why does multistage compression wit...
- 9.9114C: The single-stage compression process of an ideal Brayton cycle with...
- 9.9115C: The single-stage expansion process of an ideal Brayton cycle withou...
- 9.9116C: A simple ideal Brayton cycle without regeneration is modified to in...
- 9.9117C: A simple ideal Brayton cycle is modified to incorporate multistage ...
- 9.9118C: In an ideal gas-turbine cycle with intercooling, reheating, and reg...
- 9.9119: Consider a regenerative gas-turbine power plant with two stages of ...
- 9.9120: Repeat using argon as the working fluid.
- 9.9121: Consider an ideal gas-turbine cycle with two stages of compression ...
- 9.9122: Repeat 9121, assuming an efficiency of 86 percent for each compress...
- 9.9123: Air enters a gas turbine with two stages of compression and two sta...
- 9.9124: Repeat Prob. 9123 for the case of three stages of compression with ...
- 9.9125: How much would the thermal efficiency of the cycle in Prob. 9124 ch...
- 9.9126C: What is propulsive power? How is it related to thrust?
- 9.9127C: What is propulsive efficiency? How is it determined?
- 9.9128C: Is the effect of turbine and compressor irreversibilities of a turb...
- 9.9129E: A turbojet is flying with a velocity of 900 ft/s at an altitude of ...
- 9.9130E: Repeat accounting for the variation of specific heats with temperat...
- 9.9131: A turbofan engine operating on an aircraft flying at 200 m/s at an ...
- 9.9132: A pure jet engine propels an aircraft at 240 m/s through air at 45 ...
- 9.9133: A turbojet aircraft is flying with a velocity of 280 m/s at an alti...
- 9.9134: Repeat Prob. 9133 using a compressor efficiency of 80 percent and a...
- 9.9135: Consider an aircraft powered by a turbojet engine that has a pressu...
- 9.9136: Reconsider Prob. 9135. In the problem statement, replace the inlet ...
- 9.9137: Air at 78C enters a turbojet engine at a rate of 16 kg/s and at a v...
- 9.9138: Determine the total exergy destruction associated with the Otto cyc...
- 9.9139: Determine the total exergy destruction associated with the Diesel c...
- 9.9140E: Determine the exergy destruction associated with the heat rejection...
- 9.9141: Calculate the exergy destruction for each process of Stirling cycle...
- 9.9142: Calculate the exergy destruction associated with each of the proces...
- 9.9143: Repeat Prob. 986 using exergy analysis.
- 9.9144: Determine the total exergy destruction associated with the Brayton ...
- 9.9145: Reconsider Prob. 9144. Using EES (or other) software, investigate t...
- 9.9146: Determine the exergy destruction associated with each of the proces...
- 9.9147: Calculate the lost work potential for each process of Prob. 9125. T...
- 9.9148: A gas-turbine power plant operates on the regenerative Brayton cycl...
- 9.9149: A four-cylinder, four-stroke, 1.8-liter modern, highspeed compressi...
- 9.9150: A Carnot cycle is executed in a closed system and uses 0.0025 kg of...
- 9.9151: An air-standard cycle with variable coefficients is executed in a c...
- 9.9152: Repeat using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.9153: An Otto cycle with a compression ratio of 10.5 begins its compressi...
- 9.9154E: A Diesel cycle has a compression ratio of 20 and begins its compres...
- 9.9155E: A Brayton cycle with a pressure ratio of 12 operates with air enter...
- 9.9156: A four-stroke turbocharged V-16 diesel engine built by GE Transport...
- 9.9157: Consider a simple ideal Brayton cycle operating between the tempera...
- 9.9158: A four-cylinder, four-stroke spark-ignition engine operates on the ...
- 9.9159: A four-cylinder spark-ignition engine has a compression ratio of 10...
- 9.9160: Reconsider Prob. 9159. Using EES (or other) software, study the eff...
- 9.9161: A typical hydrocarbon fuel produces 43,000 kJ/kg of heat when used ...
- 9.9162E: An ideal dual cycle has a compression ratio of 14 and uses air as t...
- 9.9163: Consider an ideal Stirling cycle using air as the working fluid. Ai...
- 9.9164: Consider a simple ideal Brayton cycle with air as the working fluid...
- 9.9165: Repeat Prob. 9164 using constant specific heats at room temperature.
- 9.9166: Helium is used as the working fluid in a Brayton cycle with regener...
- 9.9167: Consider an ideal gas-turbine cycle with one stage of compression a...
- 9.9168: A gas-turbine plant operates on the regenerative Brayton cycle with...
- 9.9169: Compare the thermal efficiency of a two-stage gas turbine with rege...
- 9.9170E: The specific impulse of an aircraft-propulsion system is the force ...
- 9.9171: Electricity and process heat requirements of a manufacturing facili...
- 9.9172: A turbojet aircraft flies with a velocity of 1100 km/h at an altitu...
- 9.9173: An air standard cycle with constant specific heats is executed in a...
- 9.9174: Consider the ideal regenerative Brayton cycle. Determine the pressu...
- 9.9175: Using EES (or other) software, study the effect of variable specifi...
- 9.9176: Using EES (or other) software, determine the effects of pressure ra...
- 9.9177: Repeat by considering the variation of specific heats of air with t...
- 9.9178: Repeat using helium as the working fluid
- 9.9179: Using EES (or other) software, determine the effects of pressure ra...
- 9.9180: Repeat by considering the variation of specific heats of air with t...
- 9.9181: Repeat using helium as the working fluid.
- 9.9182: Using EES (or other) software, determine the effect of the number o...
- 9.9183: Repeat using helium as the working fluid.
- 9.9184: An Otto cycle with air as the working fluid has a compression ratio...
- 9.9185: For specified limits for the maximum and minimum temperatures, the ...
- 9.9186: A Carnot cycle operates between the temperature limits of 300 and 2...
- 9.9187: Air in an ideal Diesel cycle is compressed from 2 to 0.13 L, and th...
- 9.9188: Helium gas in an ideal Otto cycle is compressed from 208C and 2.5 t...
- 9.9189: In an ideal Otto cycle, air is compressed from 1.20 kg/m3 and 2.2 t...
- 9.9190: In an ideal Brayton cycle, air is compressed from 95 kPa and 258C t...
- 9.9191: Consider an ideal Brayton cycle executed between the pressure limit...
- 9.9192: An ideal Brayton cycle has a net work output of 150 kJ/kg and a bac...
- 9.9193: In an ideal Brayton cycle, air is compressed from 100 kPa and 258C ...
- 9.9194: In an ideal Brayton cycle with regeneration, argon gas is compresse...
- 9.9195: In an ideal Brayton cycle with regeneration, air is compressed from...
- 9.9196: Consider a gas turbine that has a pressure ratio of 6 and operates ...
- 9.9197: An ideal gas turbine cycle with many stages of compression and expa...
- 9.9198: Air enters a turbojet engine at 320 m/s at a rate of 30 kg/s, and e...
- 9.9199: The weight of a diesel engine is directly proportional to the compr...
- 9.9200: In response to concerns about the environment, some major car manuf...
- 9.9201: Intense research is underway to develop adiabatic engines that requ...
- 9.9202: Write an essay on the most recent developments on the two-stroke en...
- 9.9203: Exhaust gases from the turbine of a simple Brayton cycle are quite ...
- 9.9204: A gas turbine operates with a regenerator and two stages of reheati...
- 9.9205: Since its introduction in 1903 by Aegidius Elling of Norway, steam ...

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