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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Subcooling, Reversing Valve, Superheating

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Chapter 10: refrigeration and heat pump systems4/3/2015 12:49:00 am. The coefficient of performance (ratio of the refrigeration effect to the net work
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Ideal Gas, Phase Rule, Thermodynamic Equilibrium

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A system is in thermodynamic equilibrium if no macroscopically observable change occurs when it"s isolated from its surrounding: temperature needs to b
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Ideal Gas, Proton-Exchange Membrane, Waste Heat

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Chapter 13: reacting mixtures and combustion4/7/2015 12:06:00 am. Combustion reactions can be expressed as: reactants rearrange into products. Or: oxid
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Polytropic Process, Thermodynamic Cycle, Thermodynamics

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2. 1. 2 potential energy: model 2. 7, model 2. 8, model 2. 9, the quantity mgz is the gravitational potential energy, model 2. 10. 2. 1. 4 conservation
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Control Volume, International System Of Units, Thermodynamic Temperature

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One of the key uses of thermodynamics in the present day is creating a more sustainable future. This includes finding better ways to generate energy an
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Mass Flow Rate, Ideal Gas, Superheated Water

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Relative amounts of components in a mixture can be expressed as mass fraction: mi = mass of component i, m = total mass of the mixture. Gravimetric ana
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Van Der Waals Equation, Gibbs Free Energy, Specific Volume

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Two-constant equations of state: can be classified by number of adjustable constants they include, van der waals equation. Contant b is intended to acc
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Joule, Net Force, 2 On

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The study of newton"s motion laws are the central con- cept of a sub eld of mechanics called dynamics. Its study object are the why of motion - that we
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Mach Number, Compressible Flow, Mass Flow Rate

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Reciprocating internal combustion engines are usually used in cars: spark-ignition engine. Combustion of fuel is ignited by spark. Lighter and cheaper
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Thermoeconomics, Energy Accounting, Mechanical Equilibrium

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Exergy (symbol: e): the property that quantifies potential for use: can be transferred to and from systems, can be destroyed by irreversibilities. When
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mass Flow Rate, Kinetic Energy, Wind Tunnel

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Conservation of mass for a control volume: developing the mass rate balance, mass can neither be produced nor destroyed. Mass iconserved: energy can ch
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CHEN 3101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Heat Capacity Ratio, Compressibility Factor, Dome A

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Phase refers to a quantity of matter that is homogenous throughout in both chemical compositions and physical structure. Pure substance a substance tha
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