EBK FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS, ENH
9th Edition
ISBN: 9781119321453
Author: Sonntag
Publisher: JOHN WILEY+SONS,INC.-CONSIGNMENT

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Chapter 1, Problem 1.1P

Separate the list P , F , V , ρ , T , a , m , L , t , and V into intensive properties, extensive properties, and nonproperties.

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To determine

To separate the list in terms of thermodynamic properties and non-properties.

## Answer to Problem 1.1P

Intensive properties are P,ρ,Tandv(Specificvolume).

Extensive properties are V(Volume)andm.

Nonproperties are F,V,a,Landt.

### Explanation of Solution

Intensive properties are the properties which is independent of mass. If the full portion of substance is separated into parts and their properties will remain the same, then the property is called intensive property.

Here, intensive properties are P,ρ,Tandv(Specificvolume).

Extensive property is the property which depends on mass. If the full portion of substance is separated into parts and the properties dividedamong thoseparts, then the property is called extensive property.

Here, extensive properties are V(Volume)andm.

Some of the parameter which is not considered into thermodynamic properties is called nonproperties.

Here, nonproperties are F,V,a,Landt. These are the dynamic properties.

Conclusion:

Intensive properties are P,ρ,Tandv(Specificvolume).

Extensive properties are V(Volume)andm.

Nonproperties are F,V,a,Landt.

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