Brayton Cycle

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bortonj88
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When looking at a brayton cycle, how do you find enthalpies when your only given temperatures?

This is not a homework question, just reading through the textbook and cannot see where got the value from?

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xxChrisxx
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specific heat * temp = enthalpy.
 

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