What is the maximum temperature of a dual cycle with given parameters?

In summary, the maximum temperature of the dual cycle is 620.4 K, with an initial temperature of 303 K, compression ratio of 6, cut off ratio of 2.5, and heat addition at constant volume process of 600 kj/kg. The equations used for solving for T2 and T3 are T2/T1 = (rv)^k-1 and T3 = T2 - Q/cv, respectively. However, the values for P1 and P2 are not provided, so the problem cannot be fully solved.
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Homework Statement


Find the maximum temperature in deg C of the dual cycle with initial temperature of 30 deg c, compression ratio of 6, cut off ratio of 2.5 and the heat addition at constant volume process of 600 kj/kg.
y= 1.4
cp= 1.005 kj/kgk
cv=0.718 kj/kgk
rv=6
rc=2.5
Qadded @ Cv = 600kj/kg

Homework Equations


isentropic compression (1-2)
T2/T1=(V1/V2)^y-1 or T2/T1=(rv)^y-1

The Attempt at a Solution


process (1-2) isentropic

T1= 303k

solving t2

T2=T1 (rv)^k-1

T2 = 620.4 K

I don't know how to solve for P1 or P2 just stuck here
 
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. Please help me with this part.process (2-3) constant volumeQ= 600 kj/kgV2/V3 = rcn = 1-1/rvP3/P2 = (T2/T3)^(n/(n-1))T3 = T2 - Q/cvT3 = 419.7 K
 

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1. What is a Thermodynamics Dual Cycle?

A Thermodynamics Dual Cycle is a theoretical model that combines the principles of both the Otto and Diesel cycles in order to analyze the efficiency and performance of internal combustion engines. It is used in the study of thermodynamics and engineering to understand the processes involved in converting heat energy into mechanical work.

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The efficiency of a Thermodynamics Dual Cycle can be calculated using the first law of thermodynamics, which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another. The efficiency is determined by comparing the work output to the heat input, and is typically expressed as a percentage.

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