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  • B: Simple heating/phase change

    A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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    Last modified 13/02/2019 11:44

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  • Block sliding along a slope (static friction defines force)

    A static block of given mass is sits on a flat plane with defined static and kinetic friction values. It is pushed with enough force to start it moving - calculate the speed of the block after a given distance.

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  • Carnot cycle efficiency

    Calculate the efficiency and heat from the hot reservoir in a Carnot Cycle (with carnot diagram)

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  • A4: Carnot cycle efficiency

    Calculate the efficiency and heat from the hot reservoir in a Carnot Cycle (with carnot diagram)

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  • A3: Heating/phase change - 3 tier

    A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through one phase change, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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  • Heating/phase change - 3 tier

    A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through one phase change, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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    Last modified 12/01/2019 15:17

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  • A2: Ideal kinetic gas law

    A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.

    pV = 1/3 Nm<v2>

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  • A2: Ideal gas law - Kb

    A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.

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  • A2: Ideal gas law - R

    A simple ideal gas law question, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp.

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  • Ideal kinetic gas law

    A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.

    pV = 1/3 Nm<v2>

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    Last modified 12/01/2019 14:40

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