## Thermodynamics |

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Since the volume change is small compared with the specific volume of either

single phase at that pressure, the solid-

diagram were to scale. In the transition from the

change in ...

Since the volume change is small compared with the specific volume of either

single phase at that pressure, the solid-

**liquid**region would be quite thin if thediagram were to scale. In the transition from the

**liquid**to the gas phase, thechange in ...

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The state at the top of the wet region indicated by point c is again the critical state.

It follows from the preceding discussion that a state represented by a point inside

the

The state at the top of the wet region indicated by point c is again the critical state.

It follows from the preceding discussion that a state represented by a point inside

the

**liquid**-vapor region is a mixture of saturated**liquid**and saturated vapor.Page 70

This trend for v is also true for the properties u, h, and s in the

regions. Consequently, compressed-

either algebraically or in tabulated form. Compressed-

can ...

This trend for v is also true for the properties u, h, and s in the

**liquid**and solidregions. Consequently, compressed-

**liquid**and solid properties are expressedeither algebraically or in tabulated form. Compressed-

**liquid**data in most casescan ...

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### Contents

BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS | 1 |

WORK AND HEAT | 20 |

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A PURE | 24 |

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15 psia 20 psia adiabatic approximation basis boundary Btu/lb Calculate Carnot cycle chemical closed system coefficient combustion component compression compressor condenser constant pressure constant-volume control mass control volume defined Determine differential energy levels enthalpy entropy entropy change equation equilibrium evaluation example expression final temperature fluid ft/lb function given heat engine heat reservoir heat transfer Hence ideal gas ideal gases initial inlet intensive properties interactions internal energy internally reversible irreversible isentropic isothermal kinetic energy liquid macroscopic macrostate mass flow rate molar molar mass mole fraction molecules nitrogen number of particles partial pressure percent phase pound psia quantity quasistatic quasistatic process ratio reaction relation result reversible process saturation second law solution specific heat specific volume specific-heat statistical steady-flow steam substance T-s diagram Table tank thermal efficiency thermodynamic tion turbine valid variables velocity zero