Review: Problem Solving in Isobaric Process 02

While the pressure remains constant at 786.25 kPa, the volume of a system of air changes from 0.657 m³ to 0.382 m³, what are (a) Change in U (b) Change in H (c) Q (d) Change in S (e) if the process is non-flow and internally reversible, what is the work?

Review: Problem Solving in Isobaric Process 02

Problem Statement:

While the pressure remains constant at 786.25 kPa, the volume of a system of air changes from 0.657 m³ to 0.382 m³, what are (a) Change in U (b) Change in H (c) Q (d) Change in S (e) if the process is non-flow and internally reversible, what is the work?

Course: Thermodynamics

TOPIC: Processes of Ideal Gas

SUBTOPIC: Isobaric Process

DEFINITION: An Isobaric Process is an internally reversible process of a substance during which the pressure remains constant.

Problem Answer:

a.) ∆U = -588.84 KJ b.) ∆H = -758.08 KJ c.) Q = -758.08 KJ d.) ∆S = -0.546 KJ/Kg.°K e.) W = -216.219 KJ

Solution:

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