- 2.2-1c: For a substance, what is the difference between massand molar mass?...
- 2.2-2c: What is the difference between intensive and extensiveproperties?
- 2.2-3c: What is specific gravity? How is it related to density?
- 2.2-4c: The specific weight of a system is defined as theweight per unit vo...
- 2.2-5c: What is the state postulate?
- 2.2-6c: Under what conditions is the ideal-gas assumptionsuitable for real ...
- 2.2-7c: What is the difference between R and Ru? How arethese two related?
- 2.2-8: A fluid that occupies a volume of 24 L weighs225 N at a location wh...
- 2.2-9: A 100-L container is filled with 1 kg of air at a temperatureof 27C...
- 2.2-10e: A mass of 1-lbm of argon is maintained at 200 psiaand 100F in a tan...
- 2.2-11e: What is the specific volume of oxygen at 40 psiaand 80F?
- 2.2-12e: The air in an automobile tire with a volume of 2.60 ft3is at 90F an...
- 2.2-13: The pressure in an automobile tire depends on thetemperature of the...
- 2.2-14: A spherical balloon with a diameter of 9 m is filledwith helium at ...
- 2.2-15: Reconsider Prob. 214. Using EES (or other)software, investigate the...
- 2.2-16: A cylindrical tank of methanol has a mass of 40 kgand a volume of 5...
- 2.2-17: The density of saturated liquid refrigerant134a for220C # T # 100C ...
- 2.2-18: A rigid tank contains 40 lbm of air at 20 psia and70F. More air is ...
- 2.2-19: The density of atmospheric air varies with elevation,decreasing wit...
- 2.2-20c: What is cavitation? What causes it?
- 2.2-21c: Does water boil at higher temperatures at higherpressures? Explain.
- 2.2-22c: If the pressure of a substance is increased during aboiling process...
- 2.2-23c: What is vapor pressure? How is it related to saturationpressure?
- 2.2-24e: The analysis of a propeller that operates in water at70F shows that...
- 2.2-25: A pump is used to transport water to a higher reservoir.If the wate...
- 2.2-26: In a piping system, the water temperature remainsunder 30C. Determi...
- 2.2-27: The analysis of a propeller that operates in water at20C shows that...
- 2.2-28c: What is flow energy? Do fluids at rest possess anyflow energy?
- 2.2-29c: How do the energies of a flowing fluid and a fluidat rest compare? ...
- 2.2-30c: What is the difference between the macroscopic andmicroscopic forms...
- 2.2-31c: What is total energy? Identify the different forms ofenergy that co...
- 2.2-32c: List the forms of energy that contribute to the internalenergy of a...
- 2.2-33c: How are heat, internal energy, and thermal energyrelated to each ot...
- 2.2-34c: Using average specific heats, explain how internalenergy changes of...
- 2.2-35c: Using average specific heats, explain how enthalpychanges of ideal ...
- 2.2-36: Saturated water vapor at 150C (enthalpy h 52745.9 kJ/kg) flows in a...
- 2.2-37c: What does the coefficient of compressibility of a fluidrepresent? H...
- 2.2-38c: What does the coefficient of volume expansion ofa fluid represent? ...
- 2.2-39c: Can the coefficient of compressibility of a fluid benegative? How a...
- 2.2-40: Water at 15C and 1 atm pressure is heated to 100Cat constant pressu...
- 2.2-41: It is observed that the density of an ideal gas increasesby 10 perc...
- 2.2-42: Using the definition of the coefficient of volumeexpansion and the ...
- 2.2-43: Water at 1 atm pressure is compressed to 400 atmpressure isothermal...
- 2.2-44: The volume of an ideal gas is to be reduced by half bycompressing i...
- 2.2-45: Saturated refrigerant-134a liquid at 10C is cooled to0C at constant...
- 2.2-46: A water tank is completely filled with liquid waterat 20C. The tank...
- 2.2-47: Repeat Prob. 246 for a volume expansion of 1.5 percentfor water.
- 2.2-48: The density of seawater at a free surface where thepressure is 98 k...
- 2.2-49e: Taking the coefficient of compressibility of water tobe 7 3 105 psi...
- 2.2-50e: Ignoring any losses, estimate how much energy (inunits of Btu) is r...
- 2.2-51: Prove that the coefficient of volume expansion for anideal gas is b...
- 2.2-52: The ideal gas equation of state is very simple, but itsrange of app...
- 2.2-53: A frictionless piston-cylinder device contains 10 kgof water at 20C...
- 2.2-54: Reconsider Prob. 253. Assuming a linear pressureincrease during the...
- 2.2-55c: What is sound? How is it generated? How does ittravel? Can sound wa...
- 2.2-56c: In which medium does a sound wave travel faster:in cool air or in w...
- 2.2-57c: In which medium will sound travel fastest for agiven temperature: a...
- 2.2-58c: In which medium does a sound wave travel faster:in air at 20C and 1...
- 2.2-59c: Does the Mach number of a gas flowing at a constantvelocity remain ...
- 2.2-60c: Is it realistic to approximate that the propagation ofsound waves i...
- 2.2-61c: Is the sonic velocity in a specified medium a fixedquantity, or doe...
- 2.2-62: The Airbus A-340 passenger plane has a maximumtakeoff weight of abo...
- 2.2-63: Carbon dioxide enters an adiabatic nozzle at 1200 Kwith a velocity ...
- 2.2-64: Nitrogen enters a steady-flow heat exchanger at150 kPa, 10C, and 10...
- 2.2-65: Assuming ideal gas behavior, determine the speed ofsound in refrige...
- 2.2-66: Determine the speed of sound in air at (a) 300 K and(b) 800 K. Also...
- 2.2-67e: Steam flows through a device with a pressure of120 psia, a temperat...
- 2.2-68e: Reconsider Prob. 267E. Using EES (or other)software, compare the Ma...
- 2.2-69e: Air expands isentropically from 170 psia and 200Fto 60 psia. Calcul...
- 2.2-70: Air expands isentropically from 2.2 MPa and 77C to0.4 MPa. Calculat...
- 2.2-71: Repeat Prob. 270 for helium gas.
- 2.2-72: The isentropic process for an ideal gas is expressed asPvk 5 consta...
- 2.2-73c: What is viscosity? What is the cause of it in liquidsand in gases? ...
- 2.2-74c: What is a Newtonian fluid? Is water a Newtonianfluid?
- 2.2-75c: How does the kinematic viscosity of (a) liquids and(b) gases vary w...
- 2.2-76c: How does the dynamic viscosity of (a) liquids and(b) gases vary wit...
- 2.2-77c: Consider two identical small glass balls droppedinto two identical ...
- 2.2-78e: The viscosity of a fluid is to be measured by a viscometerconstruct...
- 2.2-79: A 50-cm 3 30-cm 3 20-cm block weighing 150 N isto be moved at a con...
- 2.2-80: Consider the flow of a fluid with viscosity m througha circular pip...
- 2.2-81: A thin 30-cm 3 30-cm flat plate is pulled at 3 m/s horizontallythro...
- 2.2-82: A rotating viscometer consists of two concentriccylinders an inner ...
- 2.2-83: The clutch system shown in Fig. P283 is used to transmittorque thro...
- 2.2-84: Reconsider Prob. 283. Using EES (or other)software, investigate the...
- 2.2-85: The dynamic viscosity of carbon dioxide at 50C and200C are 1.612 3 ...
- 2.2-86: One of the widely used correlations to describe thevariation of the...
- 2.2-87: For flow over a plate, the variation of velocity withvertical dista...
- 2.2-88: In regions far from the entrance, fluid flow through acircular pipe...
- 2.2-89: Repeat Prob. 288 for umax 5 7 m/s. Answer: (b) 2.64 N
- 2.2-90: A frustum-shaped body is rotating at a constant angularspeed of 200...
- 2.2-91: A rotating viscometer consists of two concentriccylindersa stationa...
- 2.2-92: large plate is pulled at a constant speed of U 54 m/s over a fixed ...
- 2.2-93: A cylinder of mass m slides down from rest in a verticaltube whose ...
- 2.2-94: A thin plate moves between two parallel, horizontal,stationary flat...
- 2.2-95: Reconsider Prob. 294. If the viscosity of the oilabove the moving p...
- 2.2-96c: What is surface tension? What is its cause? Why isthe surface tensi...
- 2.2-97c: A small-diameter tube is inserted into a liquid whosecontact angle ...
- 2.2-98c: What is the capillary effect? What is its cause? Howis it affected ...
- 2.2-99c: Consider a soap bubble. Is the pressure inside thebubble higher or ...
- 2.2-100c: Is the capillary rise greater in small- or large-diametertubes?
- 2.2-101: Consider a 0.15-mm diameter air bubble in a liquid.Determine the pr...
- 2.2-102e: A 2.4-in-diameter soap bubble is to be enlarged byblowing air into ...
- 2.2-103: A 1.2-mm-diameter tube is inserted into an unknownliquid whose dens...
- 2.2-104: surface tension of the liquid.2104 Determine the gage pressure insi...
- 2.2-105e: A 0.03-in-diameter glass tube is inserted into keroseneat 68F. The ...
- 2.2-106: The surface tension of a liquid is to be measuredusing a liquid fil...
- 2.2-107: A capillary tube of 1.2 mm diameter is immersedvertically in water ...
- 2.2-108: A capillary tube is immersed vertically in a watercontainer. Knowin...
- 2.2-109: Contrary to what you might expect, a solid steel ballcan float on w...
- 2.2-110: Nutrients dissolved in water are carried to upperparts of plants by...
- 2.2-111: Derive a relation for the capillary rise of a liquidbetween two lar...
- 2.2-112: Consider a 55-cm-long journal bearing that is lubricatedwith oil wh...
- 2.2-113: The diameter of one arm of a U-tube is 5 mm whilethe other arm is l...
- 2.2-114: The combustion in a gasoline engine may be approximatedby a constan...
- 2.2-115: A rigid tank contains an ideal gas at 300 kPa and600 K. Half of the...
- 2.2-116: The absolute pressure of an automobile tire is measuredto be 320 kP...
- 2.2-117e: The pressure on the suction side of pumps is typicallylow, and the ...
- 2.2-118: The composition of a liquid with suspended solidparticles is genera...
- 2.2-119: The specific gravities of solids and carrier fluids of aslurry are ...
- 2.2-120: A 10-m3 tank contains nitrogen at 25C and 800 kPa.Some nitrogen is ...
- 2.2-121: A closed tank is partially filled with water at 60C.If the air abov...
- 2.2-122: The variation of the dynamic viscosity of waterwith absolute temper...
- 2.2-123: newly produced pipe with diameter of 2 m andlength 15 m is to be te...
- 2.2-124: Although liquids, in general, are hard to compress,the compressibil...
- 2.2-125: Consider laminar flow of a Newtonian fluid of viscositym between tw...
- 2.2-126: Two immiscible Newtonian liquids flow steadilybetween two large par...
- 2.2-127: A shaft with a diameter of D 5 80 mm and a lengthof L 5 400 mm, sho...
- 2.2-129: A 10-cm-diameter cylindrical shaft rotates inside a40-cm-long 10.3-...
- 2.2-130: Some rocks or bricks contain small air pockets inthem and have a sp...
- 2.2-131: The specific gravity of a fluid is specified to be 0.82.The specifi...
- 2.2-132: The specific gravity of mercury is 13.6. The specificweight of merc...
- 2.2-133: An ideal gas flows in a pipe at 20C. The density ofthe gas is 1.9 k...
- 2.2-134: A gas mixture consists of 3 kmol oxygen, 2 kmolnitrogen, and 0.5 km...
- 2.2-135: Liquid water vaporizes into water vapor as it flowsin the piping of...
- 2.2-136: In a water distribution system, the pressure of watercan be as low ...
- 2.2-137: The thermal energy of a system refers to(a) Sensible energy (b) Lat...
- 2.2-138: The difference between the energies of a flowing andstationary flui...
- 2.2-139: The pressure of water is increased from 100 kPa to1200 kPa by a pum...
- 2.2-140: The coefficient of compressibility of a truly incompressiblesubstan...
- 2.2-141: The pressure of water at atmospheric pressure mustbe raised to 210 ...
- 2.2-143: The density of a fluid decreases by 5 percent at constantpressure w...
- 2.2-144: Water is compressed from 100 kPa to 5000 kPa at constanttemperature...
- 2.2-145: The speed of a spacecraft is given to be 1250 km/h inatmospheric ai...
- 2.2-146: The dynamic viscosity of air at 20C and 200 kPa is1.83 3 1025 kg/m?...
- 2.2-147: A viscometer constructed of two 30-cm-long concentriccylinders is u...
- 2.2-148: Which one is not a surface tension or surface energy(per unit area)...
- 2.2-149: The surface tension of soap water at 20C is ss 50.025 N/m. The gage...
- 2.2-150: A 0.4-mm-diameter glass tube is inserted into waterat 20C in a cup....
- 2.2-151: Design an experiment to measure the viscosity ofliquids using a ver...
- 2.2-152: Write an essay on the rise of the fluid to the top oftrees by capil...
- 2.2-153: Write an essay on the oils used in car engines in differentseasons ...
- 2.2-154: Consider the flow of water through a clear tube. It issometimes pos...
- 2.2-155: Even though steel is about 7 to 8 times denser thanwater, a steel p...
- 2.2-142: When a liquid in a piping network encounters anabrupt flow restrict...

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