Neglecting changes in potential and kinetic energies, the shaft work during a steady flow process is given by
Work in steady flow process =
Work in non-flow process =
Consider the following statements about steady flow process:
1. The rate of flow of mass energy across the control surface are constant.
2. Thermodynamic properties vary along space as well as time coordinates.
3. Any thermodynamic property will have a fixed value at a particular location and will not alter with time.
Which of the above are correct?
Thermodynamic properties may vary along space coordinates but do not vary with time.
Consider following comparative points of S.F.E.E with Bernoulli's equation:
1. These two have several terms in common.
2. Both Bernoulli’s equation and S.F.E.E is valid for viscous compressible fluids.
3. The Bernoulli’s equation is a special limiting case of S.F.E.E
Which of the above is/are correct?
Bernoulli’s equation valid for frictionless incompressible fluids. S.F.E.E. valid for viscous compressible fluids.
Neglecting changes in kinetic and potential energies, the identity for the shaft work during a steady flow process is valid for
The term Δh in a control volume equation Q - W = Δh
Δh accounts for internal energy and pressure forces
A key concept in analyzing the filling of an evacuated tank is
Match List-I (Devices) with List-ll (Thermodynamics equations) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
If steam is throttled its
If steam is throttled , its enthalpy remains constant and pressure drop takes place
Which one of the following expression is correct for reversible work done by the system (steady flow) between state 1 and 2 ?
Compressed air coming out from a punctured football