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compressor has an efficiency of 80%. If indicated power of the compressor is 34 kw, find the mechanical

efficiency of the compressor.

A. 117.65 % B. 75 % *C. 85 % D. 90 %

Solution:

P/m = 1200kw-hr/24 hrs = 50 kw

BP = 50(0.80) = 40 kw

em = 34/40 = 85 %

2. A refrigeration system consumed 28,000 kw-hr per month of energy. There are 20 % of energy is lost

due to cooling system of compressor and motor efficiency is 90 %. If COP of the system is 6, find the

tons of refrigeration of the system.

A.43.15 TR B. 46.15 TR *C. 49.15 TR D. 41.15 TR

Solution:

P/m = 28,800/(24 x 30) = 40 kw

BP = 40(0.90) = 36 kw

Wc = 36(1 0.20) = 28.80 kw

COP = RE/Wc

6 = RE/28.80

RE = 172.8/3.516 = 49.15 TR

3. A steam turbine with 80% stage efficiency receives steam at 7 Mpa and 550oC and exhaust as 20 Kpa.

Determine the quality at exhaust.

At 7 Mpa and 550oC: h1 = 3530.9 Kj/kg s1 = 6.9486

At 20 Kpa (0.020 Mpa): sf = 0.8320 hf = 251.4

*A. 96.96% B. 76.34% C. 82.34% D. 91.69%

SOLUTION:

sfg = 7.0766 hfg = 2358.3

s1 = s2 = sf + sfg

6.9486 = 0.8320 + x(7.0766)

x = 0.8643

h2 = 251.40 + 0.8643(2358.3) = 2289.78 KJ/kg

nST = h1 h2a

h1 h2

0.80 = 3530.9 h2a

3530.9 2289.78

h2a = 2538.004 KJ/kg

h2a = hf + x hfg

2538.004 = 251.40 + x (2358.3)

x = 96.96%

4. A 16,000KW geothermal plant has a generator efficiency and turbine efficiency of 90% and 80%.,

respectively if the quality after throttling is 20% and each well discharges 400, 000 kg/hr, determine the

number of wells are required to produce if the charge of enthalpy if the change of enthalpy at entrance

and exit of turbine is 500KJ/kg.

A. 4 wells *B. 2 wells C. 6 wells D. 8 wells

SOLUTION:

WT = ms(h3 h4)

16,000 = ms (500)

0.9(0.8)

ms = 44.44 kg/sec

ms = 160,000 kg/hr

160,000 = 0.20 mg

mg = 800,000 kg/hr

No. of wells = 800,000/400,000 = 2 wells

5. A turbine has a mechanical efficiency of 93%, volumetric efficiency of 95% and total efficiency of 82%.

If effective head is 40 m, find the total head.

A. 48.72 m B. 40.72 m *C. 36.22 m D. 34.72 m

SOLUTION:

eT = emehev

0.8 = 0.93(eh)(.95)

h = 0.9055

Total head = h eh = (40)(0.9055) = 36.22 m

6. A submersible pump delivers 350 gpm of water to a height of 5 ft from the ground. The pump were

installed 150 ft below the ground level and draw down of 8 ft during the operation. If water level is 25 ft

above the pump, determine the pump power.

A. 7.13 KW B. 4.86 KW C. 7.24 KW *D. 9.27 KW

SOLUTION:

h = 5 + 150 (25 8) = 138/3.281 = 42.06 m

Q = 350 gal/min x 0.003785 m3/gal x 1 min/60sec = 0.02246 m3/sec

Wp = w Q h = 9.81(0.02246)(42.06) = 9.27 KW

7. A submersible, multi-stage, centrifugal deep well pump 260 gpm capacity is installed in a well 27 feet

below the static water level and running at 3000 rpm. Drawdown when pumping at rated capacity is 10

feet. The pump delivers the water into a 25,000 gallons capacity overhead storage tank. Total discharge

head developed by pump, including friction in piping is 243 feet. Calculate the diameter of the impeller

of this pump in inches if each impeller diameter developed a head of 38 ft.

A. 3.28 B. 5.33 *C. 3.71 D. 6.34

SOLUTION:

V=DN

V=

D (3000/60) = (2(32.2)(38))1/2

D = 0.315 ft = 3.708 inches

8. An auditorium seating 1500 people is to be maintained at 80 dry bulb and 85 wet bulb temperature

when outdoor air is at 91 dry bulb and 75 wet bulb. Solar heat load is 110,000 Btu/hr and supply air at

60 determine the amount of supply air.

*A. 93,229.17 lb/hr B. 83,229.17 lb/hr C. 73,229.17 lb/hr D. 63,229.17 lb/hr

SOLUTION:

Sensible heat per person = 225 Btu/hr

Qa = 225(1500) + 110,000 = 447,500 Btu/hr

Qa = m cp(t1 t2)

447,500 = ma(0.24)(80 60)

ma = 93,229.17 lb/hr

9. In a Brayton cycle that operates between temperature limits of 300K and 1773K wit k = 1.4, determine

the temperature at the end of the compression (isentropic) for maximum work of the cycle.

A. 700K B. 590.5K *C. 730K D. 350K

SOLUTION:

For maximum work: T2 = (T1T3)1/2

T2 = (300 x 1773)1/2 = 730K

10. Assume 8 ft3 of air at 100 psi, 100 are compressed isothermally to a volume of 2 ft3. For each of end

states of the process, find the bulk modulus.

*A. 400 and 100 psi B. 400 and 110 psi C. 400 and 120 psi D. 400 and 130

11. An empty open can is 30 cm high with a 15 cm diameter. The can, with the open end and down, is

pushed under water with a density of 1000kg/m3. Find the water level in the can when the top of the

can is 50 cm below the surface.

A. 17.20 cm *B. 2.12 cm C. 4.20 cm D. 5.87cm

SOLUTION:

Consider the water pressure

Pw = w h + 1010.325 + (0.8-x)(9.81) + 101.325 = 109.173 9.81x

Consider the air pressure

P1V1 = P2V2

101.325(Ax0.3) = P2[A(0.3-x)]

P2 =

Pw = P2

109.173 9.81x =

9.81x2 112.116x + 2.3705 = 0

By quadratic formula:

X = 0.02118 m = 2.12 cm

12. A 300 mm diameter pipe discharges water at the rate of 200 li/s. Point 1 on the pipe has a pressure

of 260 kpa and 3.4 m below point 1 is point 2 with a pressure of 300 kpa. Compute the head loss

between points 1 and 2.

A. 4.29 m B. 2.59 m C. 6.32 m *D. 1.87 m

13. Carbon dioxide flows through a nozzle with a speed of 380 m/s. The entrance condition of nozzle is

250oC and 1200 kpa. Find the stagnation pressure.

*A. 2,136.34 kpa B. 2,146.34 kpa C. 2,156.34 kpa D. 2,166.34 kpa

SOLUTION:

T1 = 250 + 273 = 523oK

To = T1 + v2/2000 = 523 = 3802/2000 = 595.2oK

P1 = 1200 kpa

T1/To = (P1/Po)k-1/k

For CO2: k = 1.289

523/595.2 = (1200/Po)1.289-1/1.289

P0 = 2,136.34 kpa

14. An insulated rigid tank initially contains 1.5 lb of helium at 80oF and 50 psia. A paddle wheel with

power rating of 0.02 hp is operated within the tank for 30 min. Determine the final temperature.

A. 159.22oF B. 169.22oF *C. 179.22oF D. 189.22 oF

SOLUTION:

W = U = m Cv (T2 T1)

0.02 hp (0.50hr)(2545Btu/hr/hp) = 1.5(0.171)(t2 80)

t2 = 179.22oF

15. Air pass thru a nozzle with efficiency of 90%. The velocity of air at the exit is 600 m/s. Find the actual

velocity at the exit.

A. 382 m/s B. 540 m/s C. 458 m/s *D. 568 m/s

SOLUTION:

e = (v2/v3)2

0.9 = (v2/600)2

v2 = 568.21 m/s

16. A 50 kg block of iron casting at 500K is thrown into a large lake that is at a temperature of 285oK.

The iron block eventually reaches thermal equilibrium with the lake water. Assuming average specific

hear of 0.45 KJ/kg-K for the iron, determine the entropy generated during this process.

*A. -12.65 KJ/k B. 16.97KJ/K C. 4.32 KJ/K D. 6.32 KJ/K

SOLUTION:

Siron = m c ln (T2/T1) = 50(0.45)ln(285/500) = -12.65 KJ/K

Slake = Q/T = [50(0.45)(500-285)]/285 = 16.97 KJ/K

Sgen. = -12.65 + 16.97 = 4.32 KJ/K

17. A windmill with a 12 m diameter rotor is to be installed at a location where the wind is blowing at an

average velocity of 10 /s. Using standard conditions of air (1 atm, 25oC), determine the maximum that

can be generated by the windmill.

A. 68 KW *B. 70 KW C. 72 KW D. 74 KW

SOLUTION:

w = P/RT = 101.325/(0.28)(25+ 273) = 1.1847 kg/m3

m = w A v = 1.1847(/4 x 122)(10) = 1,1339.895 kg/s

KE = v2/2000 = 102/2000 = 0.05 KJ/kg

Power = mKE = 1,1339.895(0.05) = 70 KW

18. A rigid tank contains 5 kg of an ideal gas at 4 atm and 40oC. Now a valve is opened, and half of mass

of the gas is allowed to escape. If the final pressure in the tank is 1,5 atm, the final temperature in the

tank is:

*A. -38oC B. -30oC C. 40oC D. 53oC

SOLUTION:

PV = m R T

(4 x 9.81)(V) = 5(0.287)(40 + 273)

V = 11.446 m3

PV = mRT

(1.5 x 9.81)(11.446) = (5/2)(0.287)(T)

T = 234.74oK = -38.26oC

19. Water is boiling at 1 atm pressure in a stainless steel pan on an electric range. It is observed that 2 kg

of liquid water evaporates in 30 mins. The rate of heat transfer to the water is:

A. 2.97 KW B. 0.47 KW *C. 2.51 KW D. 3.12 KW

SOLUTION:

Q = mL = (2257) = 2.51 KW

20. A 5cm diameter spherical ball whose surface is maintained at a temperature of 70oC is suspended in

the middle of a room at 20oC. If the convection heat transfer coefficient is 15 W/m2 C and the

emissivity of the surface is 0.8, determine the total heat transfer from the ball.

A. 23.56 watts *B. 32.77 watts C. 9.22 watts D. 43.45 watts

SOLUTION:

A = 4 r2 = 4 (0.05)2 = 0.0314 m2

Qc = h A (t2 t1) = 15 (0.0314)(70 20) = 23.56 watts

Qr = (0.80)(5.67 x 10-6)(0.0314)[(70 + 273)4 (50 + 273)4] = 9.22 watts

Q = Qr + Qc = 23.56 + 9.22 = 32.77 watts

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