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1First Law of Thermodynamics Part 2 Contributions by:John L. Falconer & Will Medlin Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering University of Colorado Boulder, COSupported by the National Science Foundation
2An ideal gas is at 1 atm in a piston-cylinder An ideal gas is at 1 atm in a piston-cylinder. The piston is weightless and frictionless. When the mass is removed from the piston, the gas temperature __________________.1 kgVacuumGasPistonBlockStopperincreasesdecreasesdoes not changeNeed more informationANSWER: C. does not change. For an ideal gas, its internal energy is only a function of its temperature. No work is done, so there is no energy change and therefore no temperature change.
3In these piston-cylinder systems, when the red stop is removed, the ideal gas expands, and the piston moves until it hits the black stopper. Each system is adiabatic and starts at 10 atm and 25°C.Which has the highest final temperature?ABC2 kgVacuumGasPistonBlock1 kgVacuumGasVacuumGasABCAll have the same final temperatureANSWER: C. C, the cylinder without the weight. The system without the weight will have the highest final temperature because the gas does the least work on the piston and therefore has the greatest final internal energy (less energy is used for work). For an ideal gas, the greater the internal energy, the greater the temperature.
4In these piston-cylinders, when the red stops are removed, the gases are compressed, and the pistons move until they hit the black stopper. Each system is adiabatic, and each starts at the same temperature and pressure. Which has the highest final temperature?2 kgGasPistonBlockStopperA1 kgBCABCAll have the same final temperatureANSWER: A. A, the cylinder with the largest weight. The system with the greatest weight has the highest final temperature because it does the most work done on the gas. That work is converted to internal energy and the higher the internal energy for an ideal gas, the higher the temperature.
5A gas is heated and expands in a sealed, frictionless, piston-cylinder arrangement. In this process, work is ________________.done on the gas done by the gas not done Need more information. 1 kgGasHeatANSWER: B. done by the gas.
6Air in a piston-cylinder device is initially at 70°F and 5 atm in surroundings that are at 70°F, 1 atm. If the locks holding the piston in place are removed, the piston moves to the stopper, and the air pressure changes to 2 atm while temperature remains constant. Frictional effects are negligible. Is there heat transfer involved in this process?2 kgAir70°F5 atmPistonWeight1 atmStopperyes noneed more information ANSWER: A. yes. For the temperature to remain constant while the pressure and volume change, there must be heat transfer.
7Air at high pressure and ambient temperature is contained in a perfectly insulated piston-cylinder device. If the locks holding the piston in place are removed, the piston moves upwards to a stopper. The temperature of the air _____________.1 kgAirHigh PPistonWeightStopperincreases remains the same decreases ANSWER: C. decreases. The air did work in raising the weight and thus energy was removed from the air.
8Two different systems, isothermal (A) & adiabatic (B), contain ideal gases in piston-cylinders at the same temperature and pressure. If you compress both systems to 10 bar, which system has the higher temperature at the end of the compression?Gas1 barGas1 barABBoth systems have the same final temperatureNeed more information.ANSWER: B. B, the adiabatic system. By doing work on the gas (compression) energy is added into the system and the temperature increases. The isothermal system removes energy in the form of heat to remain isothermal, but the adiabatic system does not and therefore has the higher final temperature.ABIsothermalAdiabatic
9Air in a piston-cylinder is at 70°F and 5 atm Air in a piston-cylinder is at 70°F and 5 atm. The piston is locked in place. The locks are removed, and the piston moves to a stopper where the air is now at 70°F and 2 atm. Heat is transferred ____________.1 kgAir70°F5 atmPistonWeight1 atmStopperto the air inside the cylinder.from the air inside the cylinder.nowhere. No heat transfer takes place.ANSWER: A. to the air inside the cylinder. The air did work raising the weight and thus energy was removed from the air inside the cylinder. For the temperature to remain the same, heat was transferred from the outside air to the air inside the cylinder.
10Air in a piston-cylinder is at 70°F and 1 atm Air in a piston-cylinder is at 70°F and 1 atm. A weight is added to the piston, and the air increases to 4 atm at 70°F. Heat is transferred ____________.1 kgAir70°F1 atmPistonWeightStopperto the airfrom the airnowhere. No heat transfer takes place.Need more information.ANSWER: B. from the air. The weight does work on the air in the cylinder and thus increases its internal energy which is an increase in temperature. For the temperature to remain the same, heat must be transferred out of the air inside the cylinder.
11Stoppers prevents a piston from moving within a piston-cylinder system Stoppers prevents a piston from moving within a piston-cylinder system. When the diaphragm is removed from this piston-cylinder system, the energy of the gas _________.VacuumDiaphragm10 MPa300°CgasStoppersincreasesdecreasesremains the sameANSWER: C. Energy of the gas is not transferred elsewhere.
12A piston pushing on a gas holds it at a pressure of 10 MPa A piston pushing on a gas holds it at a pressure of 10 MPa. When the diaphragm is removed from this piston-cylinder system, the energy of the gas _________.VacuumDiaphragm10 MPa300°Cgasincreasesdecreasesremains the sameANSWER: A. when the diaphragm is moved the piston pushes down the gas and does work on the gas and this increases the energy and therefore increases the temperature of the gas above 300 C
13A piston pushing on a gas holds it at a pressure of 10 MPa A piston pushing on a gas holds it at a pressure of 10 MPa. When the diaphragm is removed from this piston-cylinder system, the temperature of the gas _________.VacuumDiaphragm10 MPa300°Cgasincreasesdecreasesremains the sameANSWER: A. when the diaphragm is moved the piston pushes down the gas and does work on the gas and this increases the energy and therefore increases the temperature of the gas above 300 C
14What must be changed about the First Law for a system with a chemical reaction? Add equilibrium termAdd heat of reaction termDon’t change anythingANSWER: C. Don’t change anything.
15The effluent temperature is higher when __________ An endothermic reaction takes place in an adiabatic reactor. The reaction (A B) goes to completion.The effluent temperature is higher when __________pure A is fed to the rectora mixture of A and inert is fed to the reactorin neither caseANSWER: B. a mixture of A and inert is fed to the reactor.
16An endothermic reaction takes place in an adiabatic reactor and the conversion is 100%. If the inlet flow rate is decreased by a factor of two, and the conversion remains at 100%, then the exit temperature __________.increasesdecreasesremains the sameANSWER: C. remains the same.
17An endothermic reaction takes place in continuous- flow, adiabatic reactor. The enthalpy of the effluent is __________ the inlet enthalpy.higher thanlower thanthe same asANSWER: C. the same as the inlet enthalpy. Because the reactor is adiabatic, no energy is removed or added.
18An endothermic reaction takes place in continuous- flow, isothermal reactor. The enthalpy of the effluent is ___________ the inlet enthalpy.higher thanlower thanthe same asANSWER: A. higher than the inlet enthalpy. Because the reactor is isothermal, energy must be added to the system for the temperature to remain constant.
19A can of office duster (used for cleaning cameras and keyboards) contains a liquid-vapor mixture of 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane. If the container is used continuously by depressing the nozzle, the flow rate of air ____________ with time.decreasesremains constantincreasesremains constant and then decreasesANSWER: A. Decreases with time. Evaporative cooling lowers the temperature, the can feels cold, and the vapor pressure decreases.
20The temperature ________. Methane undergoes a rapid expansion through an insulated valve. The starting pressure is 5,000 psia and the starting temperature is 475°R.The temperature ________.T (°R)P (psia)5004504005,00010,000IsenthalpJoule-Thomsoninversion curveincreasesdecreasesremains the sameANSWER: B. Decreases. For a valve, the energy balance states that DeltaH = 0, therefore from the starting point, follow the isenthalp to the final pressure. As illustrated by the graph, the starting point of 5,000 psia is to the left of the inversion curve so we expect the temperature to drop.
21A saturated vapor is fed to a turbine: The exit from the turbine is ______________.P1P2sat.vaporWsaturated vaporsuperheated vapora vapor-liquid mixtureANSWER: C. a vapor-liquid mixture. The saturated vapor loses energy as it does work in a turbine, so some of the vapor must condense.
22High pressure liquid enters a throttle High pressure liquid enters a throttle. What is true about the composition at the outlet?5 MPa200°CH2O(l)0.1 MPaT = ?ValveIt is all liquidIt is all vaporIt is a mixture of liquid and vaporANSWER: C. It is a mixture of liquid and vapor. Some of the liquid evaporates at the lower outlet pressure and the evaporative cooling lowers the temperature because the throttle system is adiabatic. (Delta H is zero for a throttle).
23An ideal gas expands through a throttle process: Is the outlet temperature...1 MPa350 KGas0.1 MPaGasT = ?Throttle> 350 K< 350 K= 350 KNeed more informationANSWER: C.=350 K. Enthalpy of an ideal gas does not depend on pressure, so there is no change in enthalpy for a throttle and the temperature remains the same.
24Liquid water at 175°C and 20 bar is fed to a throttle: The outlet pressure is 1 bar. What is the most likely outlet temperature? Assume one of the following is correct.20 bar175°CLiquid1 barT = ?Throttle175°C150°C100°C50°CANSWER: C.
25Steam at 150°C and 2 bar is expanded to 1 bar in turbine Steam at 150°C and 2 bar is expanded to 1 bar in turbine. The turbine has an efficiency of 40%. The quality of the steam will be ________ compared to a turbine with 100% efficiency.lowerhighersameANSWER: B. higher. The entropy of the stream for the set expansion (outlet pressure) will be higher for the irreversible case, indicating that a larger fraction of the fluid is in the higher-entropy vapor phase.
26The temperature at the exit of a reversible turbine will be ________ than the entrance. higherlowerthe same asANSWER: B. lower than the entrance. The work done on the turbine removes energy from the gas and results in a lower exit temperature.
27A membrane divides a rigid, well-insulated 2 m3 tank into equal parts A membrane divides a rigid, well-insulated 2 m3 tank into equal parts. The left side contains an ideal gas (Cp = 30 J/mol K) at 300 K and 10 bar and the right side is a vacuum. If the membrane ruptures, what will be the final temperature of the gas?GasVacuum200 K300 K400 KNeed more informationANSWER: B 300K. No work is done, so no energy is removed from the gas. For an ideal gas, the internal energy is only a function of temperature.Membrane
28What would cause the temperature of an ideal gas in a closed system (similar to the membrane system below) to change?Work is done by the gas.Interactions between molecules change.Gas occupies more volume when the membrane ruptures.None of the above.GasVacuumANSWER: A. Work is done on the system. If work is done by the gas, energy is removed from the gas and the temperature changes. For an ideal gas, the internal energy is only a function of temperature.Membrane
29A liquid mixture at 20 bar is fed to an adiabatic throttle that is also a catalyst. The exit from the throttle is a gas at 1 bar and has 50% of the feed converted to reaction products. If the reaction is exothermic, the enthalpy of the exit stream is __________ the enthalpy of the feed.greater thanless thanequal toANSWER: C. equal to the enthalpy of the feed. The throttle system is adiabatic, and deltaH = 0 for a throttle. The temperature will change to offset the effect of the reaction exotherm.