3.2,EXAMPLE PROBLEMA heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In thediagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K.B> C is an isotherm. Find everything:A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,CB) Get AU, Q, W for AB, B>C, and C→ AC) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle?D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system?E) What's the efficiency of the engine?F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment?P (10°) PaP:3K10P:1x10s1.C.I V (m).005.010.015 3.EXAMPLE PROBLEMA heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In thediagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K.B>C is an isotherm. Find everything:A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,CB) Get AU, Q, W for AB, B>C, and C→ AC) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle?D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system?E) What's the efficiency of the engine?F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment?P (10) PaP:3K102.P:1xios1C.0..005LV (m³).010.015

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EXAMPLE PROBLEM
A heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In the
diagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K.
B> C is an isotherm. Find everything:
A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,C
B) Get AU, Q, W for A
B, B>C, and C→ A
C) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle?
D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system?
E) What's the efficiency of the engine?
F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment?
P (10°) Pa
P:3K10
P:1x10s
1.
C.
I V (m)
.005
.010
.015
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3. 2, EXAMPLE PROBLEM A heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In the diagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K. B> C is an isotherm. Find everything: A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,C B) Get AU, Q, W for A B, B>C, and C→ A C) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle? D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system? E) What's the efficiency of the engine? F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment? P (10°) Pa P:3K10 P:1x10s 1. C. I V (m) .005 .010 .015

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3.
EXAMPLE PROBLEM
A heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In the
diagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K.
B>C is an isotherm. Find everything:
A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,C
B) Get AU, Q, W for A
B, B>C, and C→ A
C) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle?
D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system?
E) What's the efficiency of the engine?
F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment?
P (10) Pa
P:3K10
2.
P:1xios
1
C.
0.
.005
LV (m³)
.010
.015
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3. EXAMPLE PROBLEM A heat engine has an ideal monotonic gas in a piston. In the diagram below at point A,The temperature of the gas is 300 K. B>C is an isotherm. Find everything: A) Find the moles and temp at A,B,C B) Get AU, Q, W for A B, B>C, and C→ A C) What is the net change in internal energy for one cycle? D) How much net heat flows in and out of the system? E) What's the efficiency of the engine? F) What is the net work the gas does on the environment? P (10) Pa P:3K10 2. P:1xios 1 C. 0. .005 LV (m³) .010 .015

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at A temperature is 300 K,

at A, the number of moles is 

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PV п3— RT

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substitute the known values in the above equation, 

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(1×10° Pa)(0.005 m²) (8.314J/mol - K) (300K) = 0.2mol

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at B , 

for isobar...

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