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cp=(dU/dT)P+P(dv/dT)P
cv=(dU/dT)V
cp-cv=(dU/dT)P+P(dv/dT)P- (dU/dT)V=(dU/dV)T(dV/dT)P+P(dv/dT)P- (dU/dV)T(dV/dT)V
since dV is zero (dU/dV)T(dV/dT)V is zero.
Hence
cp-cv=(dU/dV)T(dV/dT)P+P(dv/dT)P
I expanded both dU/dT and since one of them has no change in volume it is zero. is it acceptable...
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According to me a=b cause what I have been learning is R is gas constant and hence it will be same for both. But the solution have says something else.
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I am writing a CV for PhD applications in the UK. I am from Germany.
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Homework Statement
Match the following
Given : Processes do not include chemical reactions. Assume CP,m and CV,m are independent of temperature for given substance and consider only pressure-volume work in given all processes.
Homework Equations
ΔU = Q - W
ΔH = ΔU +...
Homework Statement
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A fuel gas consists of 75% butane (C4H10), 10% propane (C3H8) and 15% butene (C4H8) by volume.
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So I'm a fourth year EE & Physics student without a previous work experience and unfortunately with bad grades, currently I'm sitting on a 76 average, the thing is that my first year was rough and that's where most of my bad grades are, which are mostly mathematics courses, otherwise I have...
Homework Statement
Use a CV analysis to show that an element of fluid along a streamline gives
\[\partial p/\partial x=-\rho u\partial u/\partial x\]
Homework Equations
\[\sum F=\oint_{CS}^{ } \rho \overrightarrow{V}(\overrightarrow{V_{rel}}\cdot \overrightarrow{n})\]
The Attempt at a...
Hello, I tried attempting the following example problem 11.1(please see below), however I don't quite get from where they got cp=1.00 and cv=0.717?
I know that Q=m*cp*delta T=> cp=Q/(m*delta T)
Q=n*cv*delta T=>cv=Q/(n*deltaT)
Problem statement
Their solution:
How did they...
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I have a pressure vessel pressurized to say 20MPa at 33C, of which I'm working with a gas (scCO2 to be exact) which will then be released into the atmosphere (standard pressure and temperature) through a release valve; I'm wondering how long it will take for the pressure to reach...
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I'm using Gamry Potentiometer for taking CV measurements for finding the appropriate voltage values for oxidation/reduction peaks and Echem Analyst for analyzing. CV measurements has performed on liquid electrolyte in order to find if working electrode accept Li ions. My question is about...
Homework Statement
A fuel gas consists of 75% butane (C4H10), 10% propane (C3H8) and 15% butene (C4H8) by volume.
It is to be fed to the combustion chamber in 10% excess air at 25°C, where it is completely burnt to carbon dioxide and water. The flue gases produced are to be used to generate 5...
Hello,I know how to use latex, and some how I want to write that in my CV, but its really unprofessional to do that! so I am thinking of writing my CV and my personal statement instead with latex, and so if someone is interested in such a skill (Which isn't that much of a thing) he will notice...
A professor said:
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I have some community service experience but not very long in duration and is not related to my graduate direction (eg. I was tutoring Chinese for a semester). Should I still include it?
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Homework Statement
In the case of a gas obeying the equation of state
$$\begin{align}\frac{Pv}{RT}&=1+\frac{B}{v}\end{align} $$
where ##B## is a function of ##T## only, show that,
$$\begin{align}c_v&=-\frac{RT}{v}\frac{d^2}{dT^2} (BT)+\left(c_v\right)_0\end{align}$$
where ##\left(c_v\right)_0##...
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I am studying for a thermo exam, and one of the problems I am doing deals with adiabatic expansion of a piston in a cylinder. When solving for work, the solution guide uses m*Cv*(T2-T1). I don't understand why they know how to use Cv instead of Cp. The pressure changes, so obviously you wouldn't...
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Homework Statement
The function G is given in the question: G(P,T) = \frac{-aT^2} {P},
where a is a positive constant.
Homework Equations
dG = Vdp - SdT,
and probably S(V,T) = (\frac{\partial S}{\partial T})_V dT + (\frac{\partial S}{\partial V})_T dV
The Attempt at a Solution
C_v dT =...
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Can someone please help me with the following proof ...I'm stuck and not sure if I'm even on the right path.
Prove that What I've done so far;
if U = f(T,V)
dU = (∂U/∂T)v dT + (∂U/∂V)t dV
Cv (non ideal) = (∂U/∂T)v
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