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For a simple compressible system, $v, s, p$ and $T$ are specific volume, specific entropy, pressure and temperature, respectively. As per Maxwell's relations, $\big( \frac{\partial v}{\partial s} \big) _p$ $\big( \frac{\partial s}{\partial T} \big) _p$ ... $  \big( \frac{\partial T}{\partial v} \big) _p$ $\big( \frac{\partial T}{\partial p} \big) _s$
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Which one of the following modifications of the simple ideal Rankine cycle increases the thermal efficiency and reduces the moisture content of the steam at the turbine outlet? Increasing the boiler pressure Decreasing the boiler pressure Increasing the turbine inlet temperature decreasing the condenser pressure
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A standard vapor compression refrigeration cycle operating with a condensing temperature of $35^oC$ and an evaporating temperature of $10^oC$ develops $15 \: kW$ of cooling. The $ph$ diagram shows teh enthalpies at various states. If the isentropic efficiency of the compressor is $0.75$, the magnitude of compressor power (in $kW$) is _________ (correct to two decimal places)
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Ambient air is at a pressure of $100 \: kPa$, dry bulb temperature at $30^o C$ and $60%$ relative humidity. The saturation pressure of water at $30^o C$ id $4.24 \: kPa$. The specific humidity of air (in $g/kg$ of dry air) is _______ (correct to two decimal places).
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For an ideal gas with constant properties undergoing a quasistatic process, which one of the following represents the change of entropy $(\Delta s$) from state 1 to 2? $\Delta s = C_p \text{ln} \bigg( \frac{T_2}{T_1} \bigg)  R\text{ln} \bigg( \frac{P_2}{P_1} \bigg)$ ... $\Delta s = C_V \text{ln} \bigg( \frac{T_2}{T_1} \bigg) + R\text{ln} \bigg( \frac{V_1}{V_2} \bigg)$
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A tank of volume $0.05 \: m^3$ contains a mixture of saturated water amd saturated steam at $200 ^oC$. The mass of the liquid present is $8 \: kg$. The entropy (in $in kJ/kg \: K$ ...
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