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A FLUID UNDERGOES AN EXPANSION IN A CONSTANT DIAMETER HORIZONTAL ADIABATIC DUCT. AS THE…

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1. A fluid undergoes an expansion in a constant diameter horizontal adiabatic duct. As the pressure decreases, the temperature can change and the velocity increases, since the fluid density may change. What is the maximum possible velocity?

2. The specific heat of a Debye solid (for temperatures less than 15 K) is represented by the relation cs = (1944 T3D 3) kJ kmole–1 K–1. Obtain a relation for the entropy with respect to temperature for cyclopropane C3H6 for which θD  = 130. What are the values of the entropy and internal energy at 15 K (cf. also Figure 3.26).

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