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Consider the combustion of 1 mole of acetylene (C2H2) and 3 moles of oxygen (O2).

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ME/EGEE 430 Homework #1;Fall 2014;Due Date: Homework is due before the start of class (12:20pm) on Wednesday, September 10. Your teams;homework solution should be turned in using the ME-EGEE 430 Angel drop-box. Late homework will not;be accepted! In order to receive full credit your homework must be prepared according to the instructions;given in the course Syllabus;(35pts) #1. Consider the combustion of 1 mole of acetylene (C2H2) and 3 moles of oxygen (O2).;a);b);c);d);What is the stoichiometric reaction equation for acetylene oxygen combustion?;What is the equivalence ratio of the reactant mixture given in the problem statement?;What are the major species in the combustion products, assuming complete combustion?;Considering only the major species and assuming complete combustion, what is the;composition (in mole fractions) of each species in the combustion products?;(35pts) #2. Consider the combustion of methanol (CH3OH) in air at an equivalence ratio of 0.85.;a) What is the fuel to air ratio on a volume basis for this reaction?;b) What is the fuel to air ratio on a mass basis for this reaction?;c) What are the major species in the combustion products, assuming complete combustion?;d) Considering only the major species and assuming complete combustion, what is the;composition (in mole fractions) of each species in the combustion products?;(30pts) #3. Consider the combustion of 1 mole methane (CH4) in air at an equivalence ratio of 1.0.;(note that the enthalpy of formation and other properties of a number of hydrocarbon fuels can;be found in Table B.1);a) Write the reaction equation assuming complete combustion.;b) Determine the Enthalpy of Reaction for this reaction.;c) Determine the Heat of Combustion for this reaction.

 

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