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Question no. 8

Given data

=

1.005 kJ/kg.k , ,

Solution

**= 343 k , N/ , = 320 KJ = J, = = .718 kJ/kg.k, Find Compression Ratio
**

= N/ ,

=

1-2 is an adiabatic compression process here , hence

= =

= 598.06 K Now we know that

=

=

=

For Adiabatic Process

= 4.014 i.e., Compression Ratio ) =1

.718

)

= 1043.74 K

Final Answers:Compression Ratio = 4.014

= 598.06 K = 1043.74 K

Question no. 9

**Given data 4-1 – Adiabatic compression process, hence 1-2 – Isothermal Expansion process, hence
**

,

= 550 K (Refer T-S diagram)

= FIND

N/

or

,

( efficiency)

,

,

,

,

,W

**For the Adiabatic Process 4-1 = =
**

= 288.92 K HENCE = 288.92 K , Since =

, Since

FOR CARNOT CYCLE

= 1= 1= .4747 = 47.47 For the Isothermal Process 1-2

=

, SINCE

= 10.5

N/

For the Adiabatic Process 2-3

= =

= 1.103 N/

For the Adiabatic Process 4-1

= =

= 2.206 N/

Work done per Cycle = Heat Supplied – Heat Rejected Heat Supplied during the Isothermal Process 1-2

436682.72 J = 436.68 KJ Heat rejected during the Isothermal Process 3-4

But for the Isothermal Process 3-4

Hence

But Isothermal expansion ratio = Isothermal compression ratio

= = = =

=5

= 1.5

= 2.206

1.5

= -229362.402 J = -229.36 KJ

Work done = Heat Supplied – Heat Rejected

= 436.68 - 229.36

= 207.31 KJ Final Answers:-

=

= 288.92 K

Efficiency = 47.47 = =10.5

= 1.103 N/ N/ N/ N/

=2.206

W = 207.31 KJ Question no. 10

Given data

Carnot Engine, Temperature of cold body = 300 K , Temperature of hot body = 1000 K , heat supplied = 800 kJ/m find thermal efficiency ? Power output of the engine ?

= 1-

= 1= 0.7 = 70 % But =

0.7

=

, since heat supplied = 800 kJ/m

Work Done = 560 kJ/Minutes Workdone / Mnute is the Power of Engine

**Hence power = 560 kJ/Minutes =
**

kJ/second

= 9.33 KW

Final Answers:Thermal efficiency = 70 %

power =9.33 KW

Question no. 11

Given Data: - m = 12 Kg,

= = 473 k, J , Sp. Heat = 477 J/kg.k , Find

= -801.36 KJ =

Solution

Where C = Sp. Heat 12 477 (

Final Answer:-

Question no. 12

Given Data: - Weight of Gas = 15 N/ N/ Find R , of gas = 1.5290 kg/ , T = 25

Mass of gas = . 25 = 1 = 1.5290 R

298 (Assume The Volume AS 1

)

R = 0.0548 J/kg.k of gas

=

= 1.529 kg/

=

=

Final Answer:R = 0.0548 J/kg.k

of gas

= 1.529 kg/

**Question no. 13 = Sp. Heat = 477 kJ/kg.k = , Find
**

Given Data: m = 12 Kg, Solution

= 473 k,

= -801.36 KJ,

Where C = Sp. Heat 12 477 (

Final Answer:-

Question no. 14

Given Data: - m = 0.5 kg , = N/ , = N/ ,

=

= 333 k, R = 0.287 kJ/kg.k

= 0.287

J/kg.k , find W , Q

**Let us consider 1-2 as adiabatic compression process and hence
**

= C, then it is expanded at constant pressure . hence 2-3 is constant pressure process.

**To find W Net Work Transfer = +
**

, Since 1-2 is an adiabatic process

= But = =

= -69741 J = -69.741 KJ

, Since 2-3 is Constant Pressure Process . but from the figure it is clear that

Hence But

But for the Adiabatic Process 1-2

=

=

= 163240 J = 163.24 KJ Net Work Transfer = +

= -69741 +163240

= 93499 J = 93.499 KJ To find Q Net Heat Transfer = +

**But 1-2 is an adiabatic processs , hence 2-3 is an constant pressure process , hence
**

) BUT, = R

= 0.287

= 1004.5 J/kg.k

But for the constant pressure process 2-3

= =

( Since

= 1664.98 K

)

= 0.5

1004.5 (1664.98 -

= 571354.34 J = 571.35 KJ HENCE Net Heat Transfer =

+

= 0 + 571.35 = 571.35 KJ Final Answers:-

Net Work Transfer == 93.499 KJ Net Heat Transfer = 571.35 KJ

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