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Thermodynamics I

MAE 204 Lecture 18: MAE204-10/27

Is it possible for water in a closed system to produce 9000kJ/kg of...

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MAE 204 Lecture 17: MAE204-10/25

Any property integrated around a cloed cycle, is zero. since ∮∂Q/T...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 16: MAE204-10/20

Maximum thermal efficiency, nth max 1. reversibility does the ...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 19: MAE204-11/1

Summary of Entropy Entropy is a property ds = ∂ Q/dt for a rever...

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MAE 204 Lecture 23: MAE204-11/15

Regenerative (Feed water heater) open FWH nth = 1 - Q.out/Q.in = ...

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MAE 204 Lecture 20: MAE204-11/3

Isentropic Efficiency of steady flow systems We want to compare an...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 25: MAE204-11/29

Diesel cycle 1-2 Isentropic compression 2-3 isobaric heat addition...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 22: MAE204-11/10

All reversible 1-2 isentropic pump 2-3 isobaric boiler 3-4 isentro...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 21: MAE204-11/8

vapor power cycles They are heat engines where the working fluid c...

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MAE 204
MAE 204 Lecture 24: MAE204-11/17

nth = 1- qout/qin = function of r = V1/V2 assume stationary air s...

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