Fall 2000
Final Problem and
Solution
Spring 2001
Practice Exam 1,
Partial Solution
Practice Exam 2
Solutions
1999
PS1, solution
 Kinetic and Potential Energy, Work, Heat, Isothermal Compression
PS2, solution
 PV diagrams, Isobaric Expansion, 1st Law for Closed Systems, Enthalpy Change
for constant P Processes
PS3, solution
 PT diagrams, Saturation (vapor pressure), Antoine's Equation
PS4, solution
 NonIdeal Gas Behavior, Virial EOS, Compressibility
PS5, solution
 NonIdeal Gas Behavior, Lee/Kessler Generalized Correlations, Cubic EOS
PS6, solution
 Heat Capacity and Temperature, Heat Interactions, Average Heat Capacity for
Enthalpy
PS7, solution
 NonIdeal Gass Behavior, Residual Properties, Lee/Kessler Generalized Correlations,
lnP vs. H Diagrams
PS8, solution
 lnP vs. H diagram, Tables of Thermodynamics Data, Saturation (Vapor Pressure),
Theory of Corresponding States, Steam Tables
PS9, solution
 Material Balances
PS10, solution
 Material Balances
PS11, solution
 Material and Energy Balances
PS12, solution
 Refrigeration Cycle
PS13, solution
 Energy Balance
PS14, solution
 Carnot Cycle, Reversible Cycles
PS15, solution
 Material and Energy Balance (not Steady State)
PS16, solution
 Availability / Lost Work
PS17, solution
 Compressor/Turbine, Steam Table, Lost Work
PS18, solution
 Partial Molar Property, Vx diagram
PS19, solution
 Excess Property
PS20, solution
PS21, solution  Pxy diagram
PS22, solution
 Flash calculation, Material Balance + Phase Equilibrium
PS23, solution
 Solution Model from Pxy Data
PS24, solution
 Bubble Point, Dew Point, Azeotrope
PS25, solution
 Colligative Property, Freezing Point Depression
PS26, solution
PS27, solution
1995
PS1, solution
 Heat Capacity, VaporLiquid Equilibrium, Cubic EOS, Expansion Work of a NonIdeal
Gas
PS2, solution
 Residual Properties, Generalized Correlations, Reduced Properties, Thermodynamic
Properties and Partial Derivatives
PS3, solution
 Mass Balance (steady state, no reaction)
PS4, solution
 Mass Balance (with reaction), Energy Balance
PS5, solution
 Energy Balance
PS6, solution
 2nd Law, Coefficient of Performance, Availability, Maximum Work
PS7, solution
 Chemical Potential, Isothermal Compression, Antoine's Equation, Raoult's Law
PS8, solution
 Mass and Energy Balance, Lewis/Randall Rule, Raoult's Law, Poynting Correction
PS9, solution
 Partial Molar Properties, GibbsDuhem, Antoine's Equation, Activity Coefficient,
Modified Raoult's
PS10, solution
 Reaction Equilibrium, Independant Reactions, Energy Balance
1994
PS1, solution
 Equations of State, PV Diagrams, Compression Work, VaporLiquid Equilibrium
PS2, solution
 Heat of Vaporization, NonIdeal Gas, Steam Tables, Generalized Correlations
PS3, solution
 Mass Balances
PS4, solution
 Energy Balances, Binary VLE, Bubble and Dew Point Calculations
PS5, solution
 Energy Balances, lnP vs. H Diagrams
PS6, solution
PS7, solution
 Binary VLE, Tx and Ty Diagrams, Raoult's Law, Bubble and Dew Point Calculations
PS8, solution
 Fugacity, Excess Gibbs Free Energy, Generalized Correlations, Binary VLE
PS9, solution
 Models for Excess Gibbs Free Energy, Azeotropes, Antoine's Equation, Henry's
Law, Vapor Pressure, Px and Py Diagrams
Old Exams
1999 Exam 1, solution
 Nonideal EOS, Work Calculation, Extensive and Intensive Volume, PV Diagram
1999 Exam 3, solution
 Material & Energy Balance, Ideal Work, Excess Property, Phase Equilibrium
1999 Exam 4, solution
 Phase Equilibrium
1995 Exam 1, solution
 Thermodynamic tables and diagrams, Saturated vapor and liquid, Cp(T), S and
H calculations, Ideal and Nonideal gases, Expansion, Virial EOS, PV diagrams
1995 Exam 2, solution
 Turbine expansion, Nonideal gases, Steam tables, Actual and maximum work,
Open system material and energy balances
1995 Exam 3, solution
 Binary VLE, Vapor pressure, Saturdated vapor and liquid, Solidvapor equilibrium,
Fugacity, Virial EOS, Activity coefficient, Heat of mixing
1994 Exam 1, solution
 Cp(T), Virial EOS, H and S calculations, Saturation and Vaporization, Mollier
Diagram, Expansions, Nonideal gas behavior
1994 Exam 2, solution
 Energy balances, ln(P)H diagrams, Minimum Work
1994 Exam 3, solution
 Change in entropy for mixing, Lost Work, Vapor Pressure, Binary VLE, Dew and
bubble points
