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r(gamma)=1.4 and R=0.287KJ/Kg K

im pretty sure the state equations are

W=m*R*T*ln(v2/v1) for the isothermal expansions and

T*V^(r-1)=T*v^(r-1) for the adiabatic expansions,

but I have no idea how to use them, any help would greatley help.

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r(gamma)=1.4 and R=0.287KJ/Kg K

im pretty sure the state equations are

W=m*R*T*ln(v2/v1) for the isothermal expansions and

T*V^(r-1)=T*v^(r-1) for the adiabatic expansions,

but I have no idea how to use them, any help would greatley help.

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Use the information about the maximum temperature and pressure to get

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