Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics
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adiabatic Air enters air-standard analysis Brayton cycle Btu/lb closed system coefficient of performance combustion component condenser control volume cooling water Determine dry air energy rate balances energy transfer engine entropy production equation equilibrium evaluated Example exergy destruction exit expansion expression feedwater heater fluid fuel gas turbine gases heat exchanger heat pump heat transfer ideal gas mixture ideal gas model initially intercooling internally reversible irreversibilities isentropic efficiency kg/s kinetic and potential kJ/kg kmol lbf/in mass flow rate moist air mole nozzle operating at steady potential energy effects Problem Rankine cycle rate of exergy Refrigerant 134a refrigeration cycle reheat reservoir saturated liquid Schematic and Given second law SOLUTION Known specific enthalpy specific entropy specific heat specific volume steam surroundings Table tank temperature thermal efficiency thermodynamic turbine stage unit of mass values valve vapor-compression vapor-compression refrigeration velocity volumetric flow rate water vapor