Sep 19, 2017

AIR IS ADIABATICALLY AND REVERSIBLY COMPRESSED FROM P 1  = 1 BAR, AND T 1…

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Air is adiabatically and reversibly compressed from P1 = 1 bar, and T1 = 300 K to P2 = 10 bar. Heat is then added at a constant volume from a reservoir at 1000 K (TR) until the air temperature reaches 900 K (T3). During heat addition, about 10% of the added heat is lost to the ambient at 298 K. Use table A.7a. Determine:

a. The entropy generated σ12 in kJ kg–1 K–1 for the first process 1–2.

b. The net heat added to the matter.

c. The heat supplied by the reservoir.

d. The entropy generated in an isolated system during the process from (2) to (3).


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