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The molar analysis of an ideal gas mixture entering a turbine is as follows 4% CO2 5% H20 13 8% 02 and 77 2% N2 at 900 K 10 bar The mixture expands

The molar analysis of an ideal gas mixture entering a turbine is as follows: 4% CO2, 5% H20, 13.8% 02, and 77.2% N2 at 900 K, 10 bar. The mixture expands adiabatically to 400 K, 1 bar. Neglecting kinetic and potential effects, determine a. The gravimetric analysis b. The apparent molecular weight of the mixture, in kg/kmol c. The partial pressures of each of the components of the gas mixture entering and exiting the turbine, d. e. in bar The work developed by the turbine, in k)/kmol The change in entropy, in k]/kmol-K 2. The molar analysis of an ideal gas mixture entering a turbine is as follows: 4% CO2, 5% H20, 13.8% 02, and 77.2% N2 at 900 K, 10 bar. The mixture expands adiabatically to 400 K, 1 bar. Neglecting kinetic and potential effects, determine a. The gravimetric analysis b. The apparent molecular weight of the mixture, in kg/kmol c. The partial pressures of each of the components of the gas mixture entering and exiting the turbine, d. e. in bar The work developed by the turbine, in k)/kmol The change in entropy, in k]/kmol-K

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