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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Brayton Cycle, Thermal Energy Storage, Carnot Heat Engine

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Ideal cycle: a cycle that doesn"t contain internal irreversibilities and complexities but is made of internally reversible processes: the carnot cycle
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11 and 14: Equilibrium Point, Psychrometrics, Mixing Ratio

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11 refrigeration cycles: refrigerator: a cyclic device that transfers heat from a low-temperature region to a high temperature region. Works to maintai
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter 3: Concept Illustrations

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MECH 237 Chapter 3: Properties of Pure Substances

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Pure substance: a substance that has a fixed chemical composition throughout, Can be made of multiple chemical elements but is homogeneous. (ex: water,
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intensive And Extensive Properties, Control Volume, Specific Volume

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Conservation of energy principle: states that during an interaction, energy can change from one form to another but the total amount of energy remains
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter 6: Second Law of Thermodynamics Concept Illustrations

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MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Boiler Feedwater, Heat Transfer, Feedwater Heater

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MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ideal Gas, Fluid Dynamics, Mass Flow Rate

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MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mass Flow Rate, Ween, Flow Device

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Isothermal heat transfer processes are internally reversible, thus the entropy change during this process is: Losing heat is the only way the entropy o
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intensive And Extensive Properties, Thermal Equilibrium, Phase Rule

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F = ma: weight: the gravitational force applied to a body as determined by newton"s second law. Checking dimensions is a useful way to detect errors in
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Specific Volume, Latent Heat, Thermodynamics

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Pure substance: a substance that has a fixed chemical composition throughout, Can be made of multiple chemical elements but is homogeneous. Phase: iden
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CSUMECH 237Daniel B.OlsenSpring

MECH 237 Chapter 1: Concept Illustrations

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