3.25 Refrigerant 134a in a piston–cylinder assembly undergoes a

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3.25 Refrigerant 134a in a piston–cylinder assembly undergoes a
3.25 Refrigerant 134a in a piston–cylinder assembly undergoes a process for which the
pressure–volume relation is pv1.058=constant. At the initial state, p1 =200 kPa, T1 =-10 oC. The final
temperature is T2=50 oC. Determine the final pressure, in kPa, and the work for the process, in kJ per
kg of refrigerant.
3.26 Using the tables for water, determine the specified property data at the indicated states. Check
the results using IT. In each case, locate the state by hand on sketches of the p–v and T–v diagrams.
(a) At p = 3 bar, T = 240 oC, find v in m3/kg and u in kJ/kg.
(b) At p = 3 bar, v = 0.5 m3/kg, find T in oC and u in kJ/kg.
(c) At T = 400 oC, p = 10 bar, find v in m3/kg and h in kJ/kg.
(d) At T= 320oC, v = 0.03 m3/kg, find p in MPa and u in kJ/kg.
(e) At p = 28 MPa, T = 520 oC, find v in m3/kg and h in kJ/kg.
(f) At T = 100 oC, x = 60%, find p in bar and v in m3/kg.
(g) At T = 10 oC, v = 100 m3/kg, find p in kPa and h in kJ/kg.
(h) At p = 4 MPa, T = 160 oC, find v in m3/kg and u in kJ/kg.
3.30 Evaluate the specific volume, in m3/kg, and the specific enthalpy, in kJ/kg, of ammonia at 20
o
C and 1.0 MPa.
3.37 A piston–cylinder assembly contains a two-phase liquid–vapor mixture of Refrigerant 22
initially at 24 C with a quality of 95%. Expansion occurs to a state where the pressure is 1 bar.
During the process the pressure and specific volume are related by pv=constant. For the refrigerant,
determine the work and heat transfer per unit mass, each in kJ/kg.
3.40 A two-phase liquid–vapor mixture of H2O with an initial quality of 25% is contained in a
piston–cylinder assembly as shown in Fig. P3.40. The mass of the piston is 40 kg, and its diameter is
10 cm. The atmospheric pressure of the surroundings is 1 bar. The initial and final positions of the
piston are shown on the diagram. As the water is heated, the pressure inside the cylinder remains
constant until the piston hits the stops. Heat transfer to the water continues until its pressure is 3 bar.
Friction between the piston and the cylinder wall is negligible. Determine the total amount of heat
transfer, in J. Let g=9.81 m/s2.
3.48 Determine the compressibility factor for water vapor at 200 bar and 470oC, using
(a) data from the compressibility chart.
(b) data from the steam tables.
3.50 A rigid tank contains 0.5 kg of oxygen (O2) initially at 30 bar and 200 K. The gas is cooled and
the pressure drops to 20 bar. Determine the volume of the tank, in m3, and the final temperature, in
K.
3.51 Complete this table for H2O:
3.52 Determine the specific volume, internal energy, and enthalpy of compressed liquid water at
100°C and 15 MPa using the saturated liquid approximation. Compare these values to the ones
obtained from the compressed liquid tables.
3.53 A rigid tank initially contains 1.4-kg saturated liquid water at 200°C. At this state, 25 percent of
the volume is occupied by water and the rest by air. Now heat is supplied to the water until the tank
contains saturated vapor only and all the air is pushed out. Determine (a) the volume of the tank, (b)
the final temperature and pressure, and (c) the internal energy change of the water.

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