## Solutions for Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

Problem 1.1P:

Separate the list P,F,V,,T,a,m,L,t, and V into intensive properties, extensive properties, and...Problem 1.2P:

A tray of liquid water is placed in a freezer where it cools from 20 to 5C . Show the energy flow(s)...Problem 1.3P:

The overall density of fibers, rock wool insulation, foams, and cotton is fairly low. Why?Problem 1.4P:

Is density a unique measure of mass distribution in a volume? Does it vary? 1f so on what kind of...Problem 1.5P:

Water in nature exists in three different phases: solid, liquid, and vapor (gas). Indicate the...Problem 1.7P:

Can you carry 1m3 of liquid water?Problem 1.8P:

A heavy refrigerator has four height-adjustable feet. What feature of the feet will ensure that they...Problem 1.9P:

A swimming pool has an evenly distributed pressure at the bottom. Consider a stiff steel plate lying...Problem 1.11P:

Two divers swim at a depth of 20 m. One of them swims directly under a supertanker; the other avoids...Problem 1.12P:

An operating room has a positive gage pressure, whereas an engine test cell has a vacuum; why is...Problem 1.13P:

A water skier does not sink too far down in the water if the speed is high enough. What makes that...Problem 1.15P:

How cold can it be on Earth and in empty space?Problem 1.16P:

A thermometer that indicates the temperature with a liquid column has a bulb with a larger volume of...Problem 1.17P:

How can you illustrate the binding energy between the three atoms in water as they sit in a...Problem 1.18P:

One kilopond (1 kp) is the weight of 1 kg in the standard gravitational field. What is the weight of...Problem 1.19P:

A stainless steel storage tank contains 5kg of carbon dioxide gas and 7kg of argon gas. How many...Problem 1.20P:

A steel cylinder of mass 4kg contains 4L of water at 25C at 100kpa . Find the total mass and volume...Problem 1.21P:

The Rover Explorer has a mass of 185Kg , how much does this weigh on the Moon (g=gstd/6) and on Mars...Problem 1.22P:

A 1700kg car moving at 80km/h is decelerated at a constant rate of 4m/s2 to a speed of 20km/h . What...Problem 1.23P:

The elevator in a hotel has a mass of 750kg , and it carries six people with a total mass of 450kg ....Problem 1.24P:

One of the people in the previous problem weighs 80kg standing still. How much weight does this...Problem 1.25P:

A 1m3 container is filled with 400kg of granite stone, 200kg of dry sand, and 0.2m3 of liquid 25C...Problem 1.26P:

A power plant that separates carbon dioxide from the exhaust gases compresses it to a density of...Problem 1.27P:

A 5m3 container is filled with 900kg of granite (density of 2400kg/m3 ). The rest of the volume is...Problem 1.28P:

A 5000kg elephant has a cross-sectional area of 0.02m2 on each foot. Assuming an even distribution,...Problem 1.29P:

A valve in the cylinder shown in Fig. P1.29 has a cross-sectional area of 11cm2 with a pressure of...Problem 1.30P:

The piston cylinder in Fig. P1.29 has a diameter of 10cm , inside pressure 735kPa . What is the...Problem 1.31P:

A hydraulic lift has a maximum fluid pressure of 500kPa , That should the piston cylinder diameter...Problem 1.32P:

Ahydraulic cylinder has a 125mm diameter piston with an ambient pressure of 1 bar. Assuming standard...Problem 1.33P:

A 75kg human total footprint is 0.05m2 when the human is wearing boots. Suppose that you want to...Problem 1.34P:

A piston/cylinder with a cross-sectional area of 0.01m2 has a piston mass of 65kg plus a force of...Problem 1.35P:

A 2.5m -tall steel cylinder has a cross-sectional area of 1.5m2 . At the bottom, with a height of...Problem 1.36P:

An underwater buoy is anchored at the seabed with a cable, and it contain a total mass of 250kg ....Problem 1.37P:

A floating oil rig is anchored in the seabed with cables giving a net pull of 10000kN down. How...Problem 1.38P:

At the beach, atmospheric pressure is 1025 mbar. You dive 15m down in the ocean, and you later climb...Problem 1.39P:

A steel tank of cross-sectional area 3m2 and height 16m weighs l0000kg and is open at the top, as...Problem 1.40P:

A piston mp=5kg , is fitted in a cylinder. A=15cm2 , that contains a gas, The setup is in a...Problem 1.41P:

A container ship is 240m long and 22m wide. Assume that the shape is like a rectangular box. How...Problem 1.43P:

A person, 75kg , wants to fly (hoover) on a 2kg skateboard of size 0.6m by 0.25m . How large a gauge...Problem 1.44P:

The density of atmospheric air is about 1.15kg/m3 , which we assume is constant. How Large an...Problem 1.45P:

A barometer to measure absolute pressure shows a mercury column height of 735mm . The temperature is...Problem 1.46P:

A differential pressure gauge mounted on a vessel shows 1.25MPa , and a local barometer gives...Problem 1.48P:

A barometer measures 760mmHg at street level and 745mmHg on top of a building. How tall is the...Problem 1.49P:

An exploration submarine should be able to descend 1200m down in the ocean. If the ocean density is...Problem 1.50P:

The absolute pressure in a tank is 115kPa and the local ambient absolute pressure is 102kPa . If a...Problem 1.51P:

An absolute pressure gauge attached to a steel cylinder shows 135kPa . We want to attach a manometer...Problem 1.52P:

A pipe flowing light oil has a manometer attached, as shown in Fig, P1.52. What is the absolute...Problem 1.53P:

The difference in height between the columns of a manometer is 200mm , with a fluid of density...Problem 1.54P:

A piece of experimental apparatus. Fig. P1.54. is located where g=9.5m/s2 and the temperature is 5C...Problem 1.55P:

A 0.2m3 piece of softwood is lifted upto the top shelf in a storage bin that is 4m above the ground...Problem 1.56P:

A car of mass 1775kg travels with a velocity of 100km/h . Find the kinetic energy. How high should...Problem 1.57P:

What is temperature of 5C in degrees Kelvin?Problem 1.58P:

A mercury thermometer measures temperature by measuring the volume expansion of a fixed mass of...Problem 1.59P:

The density of liquid water is =1008T/2(kg/m3) with T in C . If the temperature increases 10C , how...Problem 1.60P:

Repeat Problem 1.54 if the flow inside the apparatus is liquid water (=1000kg/m3) instead of air....Problem 1.61P:

Adam retains a lake 6m deep, as shown in Fig, P 1.61. To construct a gate in the dam, we need to...Problem 1.62P:

In the city water tower, water is pumped up to a level of 25m above ground in a pressurized tank...Problem 1.63P:

The main waterline into a tall building has a pressure of 600kpa at 5m elevation below ground level....Problem 1.65EP:

How much mass is in 1 gal of gasoline? In helium in a balloon at atmospheric P and T?Problem 1.66EP:

Can you easily carry a 16m bar of solid gold?Problem 1.67EP:

What is the temperature of 5F in degrees Rankine?Problem 1.70EP:

The Rover Explorer has a mass of 410Ibm , how much does this “weigh” on the Moon (g=gstd/6) and on...Problem 1.71EP:

A 2500Ibm car moving at 25mi/h is accelerated at a constant rate of 15ft/s2 up to a speed of 50mi/h...Problem 1.72EP:

An escalator brines four people with a total mass of 600Ibm and a 1000Ibm cage up with an...Problem 1.73EP:

A car of mass 4000Ibm travels with a velocity of 60mi/h . Find the kinetic energy. How high should...Problem 1.74EP:

A power plant that separates carbon dioxide from the exhaust gases compresses it to a density of...Problem 1.75EP:

The piston cylinder in Fig. P1.29 has a diameter of 4 in., inside pressure 100psia . What forcemust...Problem 1.76EP:

A laboratory room keeps a vacuum of oil 1in. of water due to the exhaust fan. What is the net force...Problem 1.77EP:

A person, 175Ibm , wants to fly (hoover) on a 4lbm skateboard of size 2ft by 0.8ft . How large a...Problem 1.78EP:

A floating oil rig is anchored in the seabed with cables giving a net pull of 2250000lbf down. How...Problem 1.79EP:

A container ship is 790ft long and 72ft wide. Assume the shape is like a rectangular box. How much...Problem 1.82EP:

A piston cylinder with a cross-sectional area of 0.1ft2 has a piston mass of 100 lbm and a force of...Problem 1.83EP:

The main waterline into a tall building has a pressure of 90 psia at 16 ft elevation below ground...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Introduction And PreliminariesChapter 2 - Properties Of A Pure SubstanceChapter 3 - Energy Equation And First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 4 - Energy Analysis For A Control VolumeChapter 5 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 6 - EntropyChapter 7 - Entropy Analysis For A Control VolumeChapter 9 - Power And Refrigiration Systems-with Phase Change

### Book Details

The field's leading textbook for more than three decades, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics offers a comprehensive introduction to essential principles and applications in the context of engineering. Now in its Tenth Edition, this book retains its characteristic rigor and systematic approach to thermodynamics with enhanced pedagogical features that aid in student comprehension. Detailed appendices provide instant reference; chapter summaries review terminology, equations, and key concepts; and updated data and graphics increase student engagement while enhancing understanding.

Covering classical thermodynamics with a focus on practical applications, this book provides a basic foundational skillset applicable across a variety of engineering fields. Worked examples demonstrate the appropriate use of new formulas, while clarifying the proper approach to generalized problems of a relevant nature. Going beyond the usual guidance in the basics of the field, this book is designed as comprehensive preparation for more advanced study in students' engineering field of choice.

Covering classical thermodynamics with a focus on practical applications, this book provides a basic foundational skillset applicable across a variety of engineering fields. Worked examples demonstrate the appropriate use of new formulas, while clarifying the proper approach to generalized problems of a relevant nature. Going beyond the usual guidance in the basics of the field, this book is designed as comprehensive preparation for more advanced study in students' engineering field of choice.

# Sample Solutions for this Textbook

We offer sample solutions for Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics homework problems. See examples below:

# More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:

EBK FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS

8th Edition

ISBN: 9781118549537

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

8th Edition

ISBN: 9781118321775

Fundamentals of Thermodynamics

8th Edition

ISBN: 9781118476581

Fundamentals of Thermodynamics

8th Edition

ISBN: 9781118131992

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119495246

FUND OF THERMODYNAMICS- UND CUSTOM

2nd Edition

ISBN: 9781119694205

FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119634928

FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119803645

FUND.OF THERMODYNAMICS-REG.CARD

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119495086

FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119495154

FUND.OF THERMODYNAMICS-PRT.COMP.+CARD

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119592914

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics, 5th Edition With Disk Update Package

5th Edition

ISBN: 9780471129202

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics, Tables

5th Edition

ISBN: 9780471226901

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

7th Edition

ISBN: 9780470041925

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics (coursesmart)

7th Edition

ISBN: 9780470282236

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

6th Edition

ISBN: 9780471152323

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics, Sixth Edition, With Cd For University Of Alberta

6th Edition

ISBN: 9780470398449

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics With Cd

6th Edition

ISBN: 9789814126687

Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, Work Example Supplement

6th Edition

ISBN: 9780471696483

Fundamentals Of Classical Thermodynamics

2nd Edition

ISBN: 9780471072577

Fundamentals Of Classical Thermodynamics, Fourth Edition

4th Edition

ISBN: 9780471593959

Fundamentals Of Thermodynamics

9th Edition

ISBN: 9781118874721

FUND OF THERMODYNAMICS EPUB CARD

9th Edition

ISBN: 9781119338758

FUND.OF THERMODYNAMICS LOOSE LEAF W/CO

9th Edition

ISBN: 9781119448013

EBK FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS, ENH

9th Edition

ISBN: 9781119321453

## Related Mechanical Engineering Textbooks with Solutions

Still sussing out bartleby

Check out a sample textbook solution.