A Diatomic Ideal Gas Is The Working Fluid Of A Carnot Heat Engine. The PV Diagram For The Full Carnot Cycle Includes Two Isotherms And Two Adiabats (refer To Figure 5.3 SVA P. 165). A) Given: TH = 400 O C, TC = 200 O C, Pb = 186,511 Pa And Pd = 28,484 Pa, Calculate Vc & Va. B) Calculate QH For The Isothermal (at TH) Expansion. C) What Is The Net Work …

 A Diatomic Ideal Gas Is The Working Fluid Of A Carnot Heat Engine. The PV 
Diagram For The Full Carnot Cycle Includes Two Isotherms And Two Adiabats 
(refer To Figure 5.3 SVA P. 165). A) Given: TH = 400 O C, TC = 200 O C, Pb 
= 186,511 Pa And Pd = 28,484 Pa, Calculate Vc & Va. B) Calculate QH For The 
Isothermal (at TH) Expansion. C) What Is The Net Work ...

Transcribed Text:Figure $3: PV diagram showing Corvot
‘cycle for an ideal gas.

A diatomic ideal gas is the working fluid of a Carnot heat engine. The PV diagram for the full Carnot cycle
includes two isotherms and two adiabats (refer to Figure 5.3 SVA p. 165). a) Given: TH = 400 0 C, TC = 200
© C, Pb = 186,511 Pa and Pd = 28,484 Pa, calculate Vc & Va. b) Calculate QH for the isothermal (at TH)
expansion. ¢) What is the net work done by 1 mole of ideal gas? d) What causes the gas to undergo the
adiabatic expansion? What is the purpose of the adiabatic squeeze?

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