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Thermodynamics and Internal Energy

I've been working on this problem for quite some time trying to figure out the most efficient way of answering it, So here goes the problem: There is a container, containing a monoatomic gas with ...
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How do I determine the Internal Energy of ammonia at a pressure in temperature when the steam table doesn't say it

I just bought a steam table for my thermodynamics class since they don't allow use to use the one from the book for the tests. This one is different from the one in my textbook as it doesn't give the ...
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Specific heat at constant volume

Me and my friend came across this derivation is some lecture notes of our thermal physics module. We have been trying to calculate the partial differential of the internal energy but cannot get the ...
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Where does the relation $u=h_f-RT+(c_p-R)(T-T_0)$ come from?

I'm working on a college project for a subject called Motorcycle Engineering, and in this project I'm supposed to do some reverse engineering on a MATLAB program to model the engine of the motorcycle. ...
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What is the heated added and changes in internal energy? thermodynamics

A piston + cylinder initially contains 2 x 10-3 m3 of helium gas at the pressure of 1.01 x 105 Pa and with a temperature of 60'C. The gas is heated allowed to expand at a constant pressure until its ...
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Is this how I find the rate of change of internal energy for filling a vessel?

If I am filling a tank with something (lets say air) and both its volume and pressure are changing with time (It's not rigid), it it safe for me to say: $$u=h-Pv$$ ...
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2 streams going into an engine and 2 come out. Find the enthalpy?

Problem: Steam supply to an engine is made of two streams that mix before entering the engine. Stream 1 flows at a $.01\frac{kg}{s}$ with an enthalpy of $2952\frac{kJ}{kg}$ and a velocity of ...