Question

A closed piston-cylinder system contains a **120
moles** of neon, a monatomic ideal gas, at pressure
* P_{A}* =

* A* ->

* B* ->

* C* ->

a) Draw a *Pressure volume* diagram for the cycle. You
don't need to put numbers on your axes but the shape of your
diagram must strongly resemble the process described. Indicate
clearly points * A*,

b) Is this a heat engine or a heat pump?

c) What is the temperature at point
* A*?

d) What is the temperature at point
* B*?

e) What is the change in internal energy in process
* A* ->

f) How much work is done on the system in process
* B* ->

g) How much heat is added in process * A*
->

h) How much heat is added in process * B*
->

Answer #1

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