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Upcoming SlideShare. Two properties are independent if one Electric current: Use Cv for specific heat. Chapter 16 Reciprocating and Rotary Compressor For example, theA fictitious pressure which, if it acted on the piston conductivity of copper at K is , and at K isduring the entire power stroke, would produce the
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Select your chapters. Rajput Number of Pages Available. Chapter 8 Vapour Power Cycles Chapter 9 Gas Power Cycles Chapter 10 Fuel and Combustion Chapter 11 Boilers and Boiler Calculations Chapter 13 Nozzles Chapter 14 Steam Turbines Chapter 15 Steam Condenser Chapter 12 Steam Engine Chapter 16 Reciprocating and Rotary Compressor Chapter 17 Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines Chapter 18 Introduction to Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Chapter 19 Jet Propulsion and Rocket Engines SI 2 watt For example, heat flows Density: Another example, electricity Force: It is impossible for any device Temperature: It is impossible to construct a device Note: Two properties are independent if one Electric current: Tom Penick tom tomzap.
Properties for compressedsystem, i. For a givenExtensive properties depend on the size or extent of the temperature use the f subscripted values from tablessystem, e. A-4 and A-5, e.
However, in theIntensive properties are independent of size, e. Saturated phases: Extensive properties per unit mass are called specific Note that the fg subscript stands for the differenceproperties.
Properties for superheated vapor are read directly from table A-6 in the back of the book. We are only concerned with the liquid andAir 0.
Argon 0. It isonly applicable at saturation temperature. A quality of Boltzmann constant: The system boundary may be drawn toFor the saturated state. The area enclosed is also referred to as the control volume. Dont use thisformula for steam, especially near saturation; use thewater property tables. Since the piston-cylinder is a closed system, we equation p4 and the mass flow rate p6 formulas will normally use the Closed System version of the law.
An be used. Used in nozzle, diffuser, turbine, meaning to be determined from context.
The rate of flow in terms of mass. If a body is heated withoutchanging its volume or pressure, then the change inenthalpy will equal the heat transfer. We see thismore often in its per unit mass form see next calledspecific enthalpy but still referred to as enthalpy. A unitless value describing the efficiency of aThe energy required to raise the temperature of a unit refrigerator, of a heat pump.
This COPRefrig. The valuesfor specific heat increase slightly with increased 1 1temperature.
The Cp of water at room temperature is 4. Therefore it takesabout nine times as much energy to heat water as it does toheat iron.