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Q: Thermodynamics ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Thermodynamics
Category: Reference, Education and News > Homework Help
Asked by: ivanh_21-ga
List Price: $30.00
Posted: 05 Sep 2006 09:14 PDT
Expires: 07 Sep 2006 12:54 PDT
Question ID: 762390
Does anyone knows If there is any book available that contains this
question that I am writing below? Is there any solution manual
available over the internet for this book that contains this question?
8.11 Consider the ballon inflation process of problem 8.10. Suppose
that the valve is left open and the process continues until the tank
and ballon pressures equalize. What is the pressure? What is the
temperature inside the tank at this point? Thank you. Thank you

Request for Question Clarification by livioflores-ga on 05 Sep 2006 09:20 PDT

If you give us the data for problem 8.10 (that is obviously neccesary
for this problem) I can help you solving this one.


Clarification of Question by ivanh_21-ga on 05 Sep 2006 13:43 PDT
Thank you livioflores, but I would like if you could tell me the
precedence of this question, take for example from which book was
extracted from, or if there is a solution manual for that particular
question, let me give you more questions. I think these questions were
extracted from a book of thermodynamics, but I would like to know
which one, the name and the author and I would also like to know if
there is any solution manual available for that particular book over
the internet. Here is another question.

8.13 A cylinder fitted with a piston contains 3kg of water at 500kPa,
600C. The piston has a cross-section area of .1m^2 and is restrained
by a linear spring(force proportional to distance moved) with a spring
constant of 10KN/m. The system is allowed to cool until the pressure
inside drops to 150kPa, as heat transfers to the room at 20C.
Calculate the net change of entropy, system plus surroundings, for
this process.

Above is the question, but I don?t want the answer from that question.
I would like to know the original source of that question, take for
example from which thermodynamic book was extracted from and most
important if the manual of solution for that particular book is over
the internet available for me to purchase. The question above is from
chapter 8 and number 13 and the one that I mentioned before is from
chapter 8 number 11. Thank you
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