# New PDF release: Applied Thermodynamics, 3rd Edition

By Onkar Singh

ISBN-10: 8122425836

ISBN-13: 9788122425833

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23 Determine the pressure acting upon surface of a vessel at 200 m deep from surface of sea. 025. 1 bar, vacuum. Find absolute pressure within vessel in bars. 6 g/cm3. 25 Determine the work done upon a spring having spring constant of 50 kN/m. 05 m. 5 × 107 Pa considering it as perfect gas. Also determine the mass using compressibility charts. 27 What will be specific volume of water vapour at 1 MPa and 523 K, if it behaves as ideal gas? Also determine the same considering generalized compressibility chart.

Therefore, pressure difference = 76 – 6 = 70 cm of Hg. 33 kPa = Mass pumped out = = = p1V1 p2V2 − RT1 RT2 ; here V1 = V2 = V and T1 = T2 = T. 15 kg. Ans. During cooling upto 10ºC, the process may be considered as constant volume process. Say the state before and after cooling are denoted by suffix 2 and 3. Therefore, p3 = T3 . 546 kPa. Ans. 1 Define thermodynamics and discuss different approaches to study of thermodynamics. 2 Write short notes on the following: Thermodynamic properties, state, path, process, closed system, isolated system, open system, extensive and intensive properties.

Here the length of the potentiometer wire at which the balance point is obtained is used for getting temperature. EXAMPLES 1. 6°F. 8 Substituting values. 8 Temperature in degree celsius shall be 37°C. Ans. T (°C) = 2. A temperature scale is being developed using the following relation. b t = a · ln(p) +    2 where ‘p’ is thermometric property and ‘a’ and ‘b’ are constants. 5, if ice point and steam point give thermometric property value of 3 and 8. 95. 83°C Ans. 3. 5 × 10–3, volts Thermometer is having reference junction at ice point and is calibrated at ice point and steam points.