Match the following parts with the quantities involved in steady flow processes that define them- Table I Table II 1) Boiler A) Heat transvered 2) Condenser B) Change in Enthalpy 3) Turbine C) Work done 4) Nozzle D) Change in Kinetic Energy 5) Evaporator E) Change in Potential Energy

Options :
  1. 1- A,C,B 2- A,C,B 3- C,B,D 4- D,C,A,B 5- A,B,C,E
  2. 1- B,A 2- B,A 3- B,C 4- B,D 5- B,A
  3. 1- B,A 2- B,A 3- B,C 4- B,C,D 5- B,A,C
  4. 1- A,C,B 2- A,C,B 3- C,B,D,E 4- D,C,A,B 5- A,B,C,E
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2


In Boiler, Condenser and Evaporator, all the heat added or rejected is equal to the change in enthalpy. In Turbine, the change in enthalpy is used produce work. In Nozzle, the change in enthalpy is used to increase the kinetic energy of the fluid stream.

How do you rate this queston?  Very Easy  Easy  Average  Above Average  Tough

Previous Question : Work done for a non-flow irreversible process= Integration of pdV along the ...

Next Question : If P2/P1=a, V2/V1=b and T2/T1=c, In a polytropic process with index 'n', they are connected as-

Click here for online test on Thermodynamics


 (Getemail alerts when others member replies)

Participating in class, doing your homework, and basically just having your shit together and doing what's got to be done shouldn't be seen as a lame move, it's extremely counterproductive to the fostering of our collective intelligence.
-Joshua Neik