- 12.34P: Forming MixturesA rigid insulated tank has two compartments. Initia...
- 12.1P: Determining Mixture CompositionThe analysis on a mass basis of an i...
- 12.2P: Determining Mixture CompositionThe molar analysis of a gas mixture ...
- 12.3P: Determining Mixture CompositionThe analysis on a molar basis of a g...
- 12.4P: Determining Mixture CompositionThe molar analysis of a gas mixture ...
- 12.5P: Determining Mixture CompositionThe analysis on a mass basis of an i...
- 12.6P: Determining Mixture CompositionNatural gas at 23°C, 1 bar enters a ...
- 12.7P: Determining Mixture CompositionA rigid vessel having a volume of 3 ...
- 12.8P: Determining Mixture CompositionNitrogen (N2) at 150 kPa, 40°C occup...
- 12.9P: Determining Mixture CompositionA flue gas in which the mole fractio...
- 12.10P: Determining Mixture CompositionA gas mixture with a molar analysis ...
- 12.11P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA gas mixture in a piston...
- 12.12P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesTwo kg of a mixture havin...
- 12.13P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesAs illustrated in Fig. P1...
- 12.14P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture consisting of 0...
- 12.15P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture consisting of 2...
- 12.16P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture having a molar ...
- 12.17P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture of 5 kg of H2 a...
- 12.18P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA gas turbine receives a ...
- 12.19P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA gas mixture at 1500 K w...
- 12.20P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesAn equimolar mixture of h...
- 12.21P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesAn equimolar mixture of h...
- 12.22P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA gas mixture having a mo...
- 12.23P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture having a molar ...
- 12.24P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesA mixture having a molar ...
- 12.25P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesAn equimolar mixture of N...
- 12.26P: Considering Constant-Composition ProcessesNatural gas having a mola...
- 12.27P: Forming MixturesOne kilogram of argon at 27°C, 1 bar is contained i...
- 12.28P: Forming MixturesUsing the ideal gas model with constant specific he...
- 12.29P: Forming MixturesA system consists initially of nA moles of gas A at...
- 12.30P: Forming MixturesDetermine the amount of entropy produced, in Btu/ °...
- 12.31P: Forming MixturesTwo kg of N2 at 450 K, 7 bar is contained in a rigi...
- 12.32P: Forming MixturesAn insulated tank having a total volume of 60 ft3 i...
- 12.33P: Forming MixturesA rigid insulated tank has two compartments. Initia...
- 12.35P: Forming MixturesAir at 40°C, 1 atm and a volumetric flow rate of 50...
- 12.36P: Forming MixturesArgon (Ar), at 300 K, 1 bar with a mass flow rate o...
- 12.37P: Forming MixturesNitrogen (N2) at 120°F, 20 lbf/in.2 and a volumetri...
- 12.38P: Forming MixturesAir at 77°C, 1 bar, and a molar flow rate of 0.1 km...
- 12.39P: Forming MixturesA gas mixture required in an industrial process is ...
- 12.40P: Forming MixturesHelium at 400 K, 1 bar enters an insulated mixing c...
- 12.41P: Forming MixturesHydrogen (H2) at 77°C, 4 bar enters an insulated ch...
- 12.42P: Forming MixturesAn insulated, rigid tank initially contains 1 kmol ...
- 12.43P: Forming MixturesA stream of oxygen (O2) at 100°F, 2 atm enters an i...
- 12.44P: Forming MixturesA device is being designed to separate into compone...
- 12.45P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA water pipe at 5°C runs above gr...
- 12.46P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesThe inside temperature of a wall ...
- 12.47P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA lecture hall having a volume of...
- 12.48P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA large room contains moist air a...
- 12.49P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesTo what temperature, in °C, must ...
- 12.50P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA fixed amount of moist air initi...
- 12.51P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesAs shown in Fig. P12.51, moist ai...
- 12.52P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesOne pound of moist air initially ...
- 12.53P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA vessel whose volume is 0.5 m3 i...
- 12.54P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesWet grain at 20°C containing 40% ...
- 12.55P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesFigure P12.55 shows a spray dryer...
- 12.56P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA mixture of nitrogen and water v...
- 12.57P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA system consisting initially of ...
- 12.58P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesMoist air initially at 125°C, 4 b...
- 12.59P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA closed, rigid tank initially co...
- 12.60P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA closed, rigid cylindrical tank ...
- 12.61P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesGaseous combustion products with ...
- 12.63P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesAir at 35°C, 3 bar, 30% relative ...
- 12.64P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA closed, rigid tank having a vol...
- 12.65P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesGaseous combustion products at 80...
- 12.66P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesAir enters a compressor operating...
- 12.67P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesMoist air enters a control volume...
- 12.68P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesMoist air at 15°C, 1.3 atm, 63% r...
- 12.69P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesUsing Eq. 12.48, determine the hu...
- 12.70P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesUsing the psychrometric chart, Fi...
- 12.71P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesUsing the psychrometric chart, Fi...
- 12.72P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA fixed amount of air initially a...
- 12.73P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesA fan within an insulated duct de...
- 12.74P: Exploring Psychrometric PrinciplesThe mixture enthalpy per unit mas...
- 12.75P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsEach case listed gives the...
- 12.76P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsMoist air enters an air-co...
- 12.77P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAir at 1 atm with dry-bulb...
- 12.78P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAir at 35°C, 1 atm, and 50...
- 12.79P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAir at 80°F, 1 atm, and 70...
- 12.80P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsMoist air at 28°C, 1 bar, ...
- 12.81P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAn air conditioner operati...
- 12.82P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsFigure P12.82 shows a comp...
- 12.83P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsOutside air at 50°F, 1 atm...
- 12.84P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAn air-conditioning system...
- 12.85P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsMoist air at 95°F, 1 atm, ...
- 12.86P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsFor the steam-spray humidi...
- 12.87P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsOutside air at 50°F, 1 atm...
- 12.88P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsMoist air at 27°C, 1 atm, ...
- 12.89P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsIn an industrial dryer ope...
- 12.90P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAt steady state, moist air...
- 12.91P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAt steady state, a device ...
- 12.92P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAir at 35°C, 1 bar, and 10...
- 12.93P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsUsing Eqs. 12.56, show tha...
- 12.94P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsFor the adiabatic mixing p...
- 12.95P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsA stream consisting of 35 ...
- 12.96P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAt steady state, a stream ...
- 12.97P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAt steady state, moist air...
- 12.98P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsFigure P12.98 shows two op...
- 12.99P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsAir at 30°C, 1 bar, 50% re...
- 12.100P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsMoist air enters a dehumid...
- 12.101P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsA stream of air (stream 1)...
- 12.102P: Considering Air-Conditioning ApplicationsFigure P12.102 shows the a...
- 12.103P: Analyzing Cooling TowersIn the condenser of a power plant, energy i...
- 12.104P: Analyzing Cooling TowersLiquid water at 100°F enters a cooling towe...
- 12.105P: Analyzing Cooling TowersLiquid water at 130°F and a mass flow rate ...
- 12.106P: Analyzing Cooling TowersLiquid water at 100°F and a volumetric flow...
- 12.107P: Analyzing Cooling TowersLiquid water enters a cooling tower operati...
- 12.108P: Analyzing Cooling TowersLiquid water at 110°F and a volumetric flow...

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