PowerPoint-Präsentation

... TOP 2: High-efficiency airends The central element of all compressors are the airends. In the course of time they undergo heavy wear and therefore the quality of their manufacture is especially high. •The special “FPS-coat” surface coating (Fluorine-Polymere-System) is a chemical / physical coatin ...

... TOP 2: High-efficiency airends The central element of all compressors are the airends. In the course of time they undergo heavy wear and therefore the quality of their manufacture is especially high. •The special “FPS-coat” surface coating (Fluorine-Polymere-System) is a chemical / physical coatin ...

izmir institute of technology

... Constant Speed Centrifugal Compressor Energy Balance Lab Handout ...

... Constant Speed Centrifugal Compressor Energy Balance Lab Handout ...

Worksheet 33

... PHYS 221 SI Worksheet 1. A gas in a cylinder is held at a constant pressure of 2.30E5 Pa and is cooled and compressed from 1.70 m^3 to 1.20 m^3. The internal energy of the gas decreases by 1.40E5 J. (a) Find the work done by the gas. (b) Find the absolute value |Q| of the heat flow into or out of th ...

... PHYS 221 SI Worksheet 1. A gas in a cylinder is held at a constant pressure of 2.30E5 Pa and is cooled and compressed from 1.70 m^3 to 1.20 m^3. The internal energy of the gas decreases by 1.40E5 J. (a) Find the work done by the gas. (b) Find the absolute value |Q| of the heat flow into or out of th ...

What are pneumatics

... PV diagrame: • Referring to the diagram, the theoretical air compressor PV diagram can be understood ...

... PV diagrame: • Referring to the diagram, the theoretical air compressor PV diagram can be understood ...

Consider a rigid tank with a movable piston

... The MEP is a fictitious pressure that, if acted on the piston during the entire power stroke, would produce the same amount of net work as is produced in the actual cycle. ...

... The MEP is a fictitious pressure that, if acted on the piston during the entire power stroke, would produce the same amount of net work as is produced in the actual cycle. ...

Analysis of existing refrigeration plants onboard fishing

... Furthermore, compressors could have a single step or ‘multiple compressors’. Screw compressors, also called helical compressors, are used to obtain very high cooling power. To achieve compression ratios up to 1:20, oil cooling is necessary, so effective oil separators should be provided; it must be ...

... Furthermore, compressors could have a single step or ‘multiple compressors’. Screw compressors, also called helical compressors, are used to obtain very high cooling power. To achieve compression ratios up to 1:20, oil cooling is necessary, so effective oil separators should be provided; it must be ...

Worksheet thermodynamics File

... Figure 1 shows two processes abc and cda. For process abc, 7 J of work is done by the gas and 10 J of heat is absorbed by it. If the area enclosed by abcda corresponds to an energy difference of 4 J, what is the heat exchanged in carrying out the process cda? ...

... Figure 1 shows two processes abc and cda. For process abc, 7 J of work is done by the gas and 10 J of heat is absorbed by it. If the area enclosed by abcda corresponds to an energy difference of 4 J, what is the heat exchanged in carrying out the process cda? ...

1st law of thermodynamic

... deg celsius. What will be the final temperature of the ethanol of 3240J was needed to raise the temperature of the ethanol? • (special heat capacity of ethanol is 2.44 J°C-1g-1) ...

... deg celsius. What will be the final temperature of the ethanol of 3240J was needed to raise the temperature of the ethanol? • (special heat capacity of ethanol is 2.44 J°C-1g-1) ...

BITZER Output data

... General remarks regarding sound data: Listed sound data were measured under testing conditions in our laboratory. For this purpose the free-standing test sample is mounted on a solid foundation plate and the pipework is connected vibration-free to the largest extend possible. Suction and discharge l ...

... General remarks regarding sound data: Listed sound data were measured under testing conditions in our laboratory. For this purpose the free-standing test sample is mounted on a solid foundation plate and the pipework is connected vibration-free to the largest extend possible. Suction and discharge l ...

ME 410 Day 15 Topics • Properties of Gas Mixtures - Rose

... • EES Implementation of Gas Mixture Properties • Class Example • Another Example: Isentropic Compression • Discussion 1. Properties of Mixtures of Ideal Gases An important thing to remember is that the specific properties may be given on a basis of • property / mole of mixture • property / mass of m ...

... • EES Implementation of Gas Mixture Properties • Class Example • Another Example: Isentropic Compression • Discussion 1. Properties of Mixtures of Ideal Gases An important thing to remember is that the specific properties may be given on a basis of • property / mole of mixture • property / mass of m ...

... General remarks regarding sound data: Listed sound data were measured under testing conditions in our laboratory. For this purpose the free-standing test sample is mounted on a solid foundation plate and the pipework is connected vibration-free to the largest extend possible. Suction and discharge l ...

GAS LAWS AND KINETIC THEORY

... the internal energy is proportional to the temperature of the system. 1st Law: (Energy Conservation) The change of internal energy U is equal to the heat Q added to the system minus the work W done by the system: U = Q , W . Adiabatic: In an adiabatic process no heat is exchanged with the environm ...

... the internal energy is proportional to the temperature of the system. 1st Law: (Energy Conservation) The change of internal energy U is equal to the heat Q added to the system minus the work W done by the system: U = Q , W . Adiabatic: In an adiabatic process no heat is exchanged with the environm ...

Molar Mass of Butane Lab -- Performed and Completed 02/26

... combustion of the butane you collected was used to heat 10.0 grams of water at an initial temperature of 70C, would the water reach the boiling point? Would all the water boil away or would some be left “unvaporized”? You must show calculations to support your answers. (The specific heat of liquid ...

... combustion of the butane you collected was used to heat 10.0 grams of water at an initial temperature of 70C, would the water reach the boiling point? Would all the water boil away or would some be left “unvaporized”? You must show calculations to support your answers. (The specific heat of liquid ...

thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer

... THERMODYNAMICS, HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER TUTORIAL NO: 3 ...

... THERMODYNAMICS, HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER TUTORIAL NO: 3 ...

TW Series Key Features

... refrigerant. R-410A is a non-ozone depleting refrigerant since it does not contain any chlorine. R-410A is classified as an HFC (Hydrofluorocarbon) refrigerant as it only contains Hydrogen, Fluorine and Carbon. This refrigerant is the industry’s replacement for refrigerant R-22. Coaxial Heat Exchang ...

... refrigerant. R-410A is a non-ozone depleting refrigerant since it does not contain any chlorine. R-410A is classified as an HFC (Hydrofluorocarbon) refrigerant as it only contains Hydrogen, Fluorine and Carbon. This refrigerant is the industry’s replacement for refrigerant R-22. Coaxial Heat Exchang ...

No Slide Title

... increased at a controlled rate or ramped up to accelerate the load without drawing excessive current. This starting method typically allows a motor to develop 150% of its rated torque while the VFD is drawing less than 50% of its rated current from the mains in the low speed range. A VFD can be adju ...

... increased at a controlled rate or ramped up to accelerate the load without drawing excessive current. This starting method typically allows a motor to develop 150% of its rated torque while the VFD is drawing less than 50% of its rated current from the mains in the low speed range. A VFD can be adju ...

AP Physics Ch 12-15 – Thermal Physics

... (B) No work is done by the gas along path IF. (C) The change in temperature of the gas is the same for all three paths. (D) The work done by the gas is the same for all three paths. (E) The expansion along path IF is isothermal. ...

... (B) No work is done by the gas along path IF. (C) The change in temperature of the gas is the same for all three paths. (D) The work done by the gas is the same for all three paths. (E) The expansion along path IF is isothermal. ...

Document

... curve, -Pi(Vf -Vi). The mathematical area is negative if the volume is decreasing. The work done on the g gas is positive, p , you y are compressing p g it and thereby y exerting a force in the direction of that it is being compressed. No work is done on the isovolumetric (constant volume) part of t ...

... curve, -Pi(Vf -Vi). The mathematical area is negative if the volume is decreasing. The work done on the g gas is positive, p , you y are compressing p g it and thereby y exerting a force in the direction of that it is being compressed. No work is done on the isovolumetric (constant volume) part of t ...

Exam 5 Physics 124A Fall 2003 Name:

... 7. Which of the following statements is true when 60 kg of water initially at 20ºC is completely frozen to become ice at 0ºC? (The latent heat of fusion of water is 33.5×104 J/kg. The specific heat of water is 4186 J/kg/Cº) (A) 8.4×106 J of energy is released (B) 8.4×106 J of energy is absorbed (C) ...

... 7. Which of the following statements is true when 60 kg of water initially at 20ºC is completely frozen to become ice at 0ºC? (The latent heat of fusion of water is 33.5×104 J/kg. The specific heat of water is 4186 J/kg/Cº) (A) 8.4×106 J of energy is released (B) 8.4×106 J of energy is absorbed (C) ...

Student AP PHYSICS 2 Date ______ Thermodynamics FR #13

... 4.0 × 105 Pa. Nitrogen gas has a molar mass of 28 g/mole and it behaves as an ideal gas. a. Calculate the force that the nitrogen gas exerts on the piston. ...

... 4.0 × 105 Pa. Nitrogen gas has a molar mass of 28 g/mole and it behaves as an ideal gas. a. Calculate the force that the nitrogen gas exerts on the piston. ...

PS#3

... The work you hand in should be neat and well organized, and it should show the strategy and steps you used in solving the problems, as well as the bottom-line answers (or solutions). In grading the problems, both your work-up and your final answers/solutions will be examined and evaluated. The w ...

... The work you hand in should be neat and well organized, and it should show the strategy and steps you used in solving the problems, as well as the bottom-line answers (or solutions). In grading the problems, both your work-up and your final answers/solutions will be examined and evaluated. The w ...

Chapter 5: Control Volume

... The momentum balance is the key to understand engine thrust in propulsive systems, where FA is the force exerted by the outside on the impermeable wall of the engine (the drag of the medium and the reaction in the supports. For instance, for a jet engine in steady horizontal flight with horizontal t ...

... The momentum balance is the key to understand engine thrust in propulsive systems, where FA is the force exerted by the outside on the impermeable wall of the engine (the drag of the medium and the reaction in the supports. For instance, for a jet engine in steady horizontal flight with horizontal t ...

From control-mass systems to control

... The momentum balance is the key to understand engine thrust in propulsive systems, where FA is the force exerted by the outside on the impermeable wall of the engine (the drag of the medium and the reaction in the supports. For instance, for a jet engine in steady horizontal flight with horizontal t ...

... The momentum balance is the key to understand engine thrust in propulsive systems, where FA is the force exerted by the outside on the impermeable wall of the engine (the drag of the medium and the reaction in the supports. For instance, for a jet engine in steady horizontal flight with horizontal t ...

Quiz-1_MA

... The volume of an iron cube, 5 cm on edge, will increase by what amount if it is heated from 10°C to 60°C? A) ...

... The volume of an iron cube, 5 cm on edge, will increase by what amount if it is heated from 10°C to 60°C? A) ...