An ideal gas at 27ºC is heated at constant pressure till its volume becomes three times. What would be then the temperature of gas?
  • a)
    81º C
  • b)
    627º C
  • c)
    543ºC
  • d)
    327º C
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Mechanical Engineering Question

Shweta Gupta answered Jun 04, 2018
T1 = 27 +273 =300 K
V1 =V
V2=3V
T2 =?
use  P1V1/T1  = P2V2/T2
GIVEN P1 =P2
SO V1/T1  =V2/T2
V/300 = 3V/T2
 T2 =900K
= 627 C

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