- 10.1P: Refrigerant 22 is the working fluid in a Carnot refrigeration cycle...
- 10.2P: Refrigerant 22 is the working fluid in a Carnot vapor refrigeration...
- 10.3P: A Carnot vapor refrigeration cycle operates between thermal reservo...
- 10.4P: Consider a Carnot vapor refrigeration cycle with Refrigerant 134a a...
- 10.5P: For the cycle in 10.4, determine(a) the rates of heat transfer, in ...
- 10.6P: An ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle operates at steady s...
- 10.7P: Plot each of the quantities in 10.6 versus , evaporator temperature...
- 10.8P: Refrigerant 134a is the working fluid in an ideal vapor-compression...
- 10.9P: Figure P10.9 provides steady-state operating data for an ideal vapo...
- 10.10P: Refrigerant 22 enters the compressor of an ideal vapor-compression ...
- 10.11P: An ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle, with ammonia as the...
- 10.12P: Refrigerant 134a enters the compressor of an ideal vapor-compressio...
- 10.13P: To determine the effect of changing the evaporator temperature on t...
- 10.14P: To determine the effect of changing condenser pressure on the perfo...
- 10.15P: A vapor-compression refrigeration cycle operates at steady state wi...
- 10.16P: Modify the cycle in 10.9 to have an isentropic compressor efficienc...
- 10.17P: Data for steady-state operation of a vapor-compression refrigeratio...
- 10.18P: A vapor-compression refrigeration system, using ammonia as the work...
- 10.19P: If the minimum and maximum allowed refrigerant pressures are 1 and ...
- 10.20P: Consider the following vapor-compression refrigeration cycle used t...
- 10.21P: In a vapor-compression refrigeration cycle, ammonia exits the evapo...
- 10.22P: A vapor-compression refrigeration system with a capacity of 10 tons...
- 10.23P: Data for steady-state operation of a vapor-compression refrigeratio...
- 10.24P: A window-mounted air conditioner supplies 19 m3/min of air at 15°C,...
- 10.25P: A vapor-compression refrigeration system for a household refrigerat...
- 10.26P: A vapor-compression air conditioning system operates at steady stat...
- 10.27P: A vapor-compression refrigeration cycle with Refrigerant 134a as th...
- 10.28P: A vapor-compression refrigeration system operates with the cascade ...
- 10.29P: A vapor-compression refrigeration system uses the arrangement shown...
- 10.31P: Figure P10.31 shows a two-stage, vapor-compression refrigeration sy...
- 10.32P: Figure P10.32 shows the schematic diagram of a vapor-compression re...
- 10.33P: An ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle is modified to inclu...
- 10.34P: Figure P10.34 gives data for an ideal vapor-compression heat pump c...
- 10.35P: Refrigerant 134a is the working fluid in a vapor-compression heat p...
- 10.36P: Refrigerant 134a is the working fluid in a vapor-compression heat p...
- 10.37P: An office building requires a heat transfer rate of 20 kW to mainta...
- 10.38P: Repeat the calculations of 10.37 for Refrigerant 22 as the working ...
- 10.39P: A process requires a heat transfer rate of 3 × 106 Btu/h at 170°F. ...
- 10.40P: A vapor-compression heat pump with a heating capacity of 500 kJ/min...
- 10.41P: Refrigerant 134a enters the compressor of a vapor-compression heat ...
- 10.42P: A geothermal heat pump operating at steady state with Refrigerant-2...
- 10.43P: Air enters the compressor of an ideal Brayton refrigeration cycle a...
- 10.44P: Air enters the compressor of a Brayton refrigeration cycle at 100 k...
- 10.46P: An ideal Brayton refrigeration cycle has a compressor pressure rati...
- 10.47P: Reconsider 10.46, but include in the analysis that the compressor a...
- 10.48P: The table below provides steady-state operating data for an ideal B...
- 10.49P: Air enters the compressor of a Brayton refrigeration cycle at 100 k...
- 10.50P: The Brayton refrigeration cycle of 10.43 is modified by the introdu...
- 10.51P: Reconsider 10.50, but include in the analysis that the compressor a...
- 10.53P: Consider a Brayton refrigeration cycle with a regenerative heat exc...
- 10.54P: Reconsider 10.53, but include in the analysis that the compressor a...
- 10.55P: Air at 2 bar, 380 K is extracted from a main jet engine compressor ...
- 10.56P: Air at 32 lbf/in.2, 680°R is extracted from a main jet engine compr...
- 10.57P: Air within a piston-cylinder assembly undergoes a Stirling refriger...
- 10.58P: Air undergoes an Ericsson refrigeration cycle, which is the reverse...

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