For an ideal gas, a constant pressure line and a constant volume line intersect at a point, in the Temperature $(T)$ versus specific entropy $\text{(s)}$ diagram. $C_{P}$ is the specific heat at constant pressure and $C_{V}$ is the specific heat at constant volume.The ratio of the slopes of the constant ... $\dfrac{C_{P}}{C_{V}} \\$ $\dfrac{C_{P}-C_{V}}{C_{V}} \\$ $\dfrac{C_{V}}{C_{P}}$

Air (ideal gas) enters a perfectly insulated compressor at a temperature of $310\: K$. The pressure ratio of the compressor is $6$. Specific heat at constant pressure for air is $1005\: J/kg . K$ and ratio of specific heats at constant pressure and constant ... the difference in enthalpies of air between the exit and the inlet of the compressor is _________ $kJ/kg$ (round off to nearest integer).

One kg of air, initially at a temperature of $127^{\circ}C$ , expands reversibly at a constant pressure until the volume is doubled. If the gas constant of air is $287\: J/kg.K$, the magnitude of work transfer is ________ $kJ$ (round off to $2$ decimal places).