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Kajan thana
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 Homework Statement:

Find the specific heat capacity (Cp) with the given variables:
State:1.... p= 15 bars, Temperature: 600K,
State 2.... p= 1 bar, Temperature : 200, Enthalphy: 2000
This is an isentropic expansion.
 Relevant Equations:

QW=Cv(t2 t2)
Cp/Cv= gamma
change in enthalphy = Cp * delta Temperature
I have managed to find the gamma value using the following equation: (T_{2}/T_{1})= (P_{2}/P_{1})^{(gamma1/gamma}. This will give me the answer of 1.29 SF. After this step, I am clueless.
Can someone help me with this question please?
I assume we have to find the enthalpy at state 1 to do that question.
Can someone help me with this question please?
I assume we have to find the enthalpy at state 1 to do that question.