So then i have:
$$ \Delta S = \int_{T_0}^{T_1} \frac{cm}{T}dT = cm(ln(T_1)-ln(T_0)) $$
now when i compute ##\Delta S## for cold and hot
$$ \Delta S_{\text{total}} = cm(ln(T_n)-ln(T_H)+ln(T_c)-ln(T_n)) = cm(ln(T_c)-ln(T_h)) $$
Where ## T_n ## is temperature at balanced state. Now ##\Delta...
$$ S = \int \frac{1}{T}dQ $$
but what from now?
this equation has ## \Delta T ## but not T
$$ Q = cm \Delta T $$
I think I want ## T(Q) ## so I can integrate this properly?
I tried following:
$$ dS_{\text{total}} = |\frac{dQ}{T_c}| |\frac{dQ}{T_H}| $$
where ## T_h ## is temperature of hot water and ## T_c ## is temperature of cold water. Coefficient for water wasn't provided in the assignment so i used following value c = 4190 J/kgK.
$$ dS_{\text{total}} =...
I have the definition of change in internal energy.
$$ \Delta U = Q - W $$
I can get the work by
$$ W = \int_{V_1}^{V_2} p dV = p \Delta V $$
however the pressure isn't constant so this won't do.
## W ## is work done by the gas and ## Q ## is amount of heat energy brought into the system.
I'm...
Since ΔT is change in temperature, the container and it's contents and the led most have same temperature difference when the led is added. I tried by assuming that energy released by the led is same as the amount that container and it's contents absorb. Meaning Q1-Q2 = 0 => Q1 = Q2.
$$ \Delta...
I tried following:
$$ \Delta l = \alpha l_0 \Delta T $$
$$ (\Delta l)^2 l_0 = \alpha l_0^2 \Delta T \Delta l $$
$$ \Delta A l_0 = \alpha A_0 \Delta T $$
$$ \Delta A = \frac{ \alpha A_0 \Delta T }{ l_0 } $$
If we remember that:
$$ \Delta l = \alpha l_0 \Delta T $$
So we have
$$ \Delta A = \frac{...
I tried Bernoulli's equation and ended up with this.
$$ p_1 + \frac{1}{2}pv^2_1 = p_2 + \frac{1}{2}pv_2^2 $$
Speed can be expressed as
$$ v = \frac{Q}{\pi (\frac{d}{2})^2} $$
$$ \implies v_2 = \sqrt{\frac{p_1-p_2}{\rho}+(\frac{Q}{(\frac{d}{2})}^2 \pi)^2\cdot 2} $$
when i compute with numbers i...
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