Heat system efficiency?

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heat system efficiency??

So lost..so what am i suppose to do??

'An engine absorbs 400J of heat and does 120J of work in each cycle'

a)what is its efficiency?
b)how much heat is rejected in each cycle?
 

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For a cycle, that is, when after a process, a system comes back to its original state, the difference of the net energy taken and work done by it is zero - first law of thermodynamics.

[tex]Efficiency = \frac{work done}{energy taken}[/tex]


spacetime
www.geocities.com/physics_all/index.html
 
  • #3
jin
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so...i just go 120/400 x 100?

how do i calculate th heat rejected in the cycle?? the left over? 400-120??
 
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correct!

spacetime
 
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jin
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thanks! can u help me with the others on another post?? please ><
 

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