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Old Sep 10th 2017, 02:25 PM   #1
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I have a question guys:

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10 kg of R-134a fill a 1.348m^3 rigid container at an initial temperature of -40 degrees. The container is then heated until the pressure is 200 KPa. Determine the final temperature and initial pressure.

OK! I have tried everything, but I just need a kick now.

I think Iam having problem with the tables behind the book, cause when I go to 200 KPa (Saturated refrigerant 134a- Pressure table) shouldn't it just tell me the Temperature at that pressure point? the book says the answer is 66,3 degrees and 51,25KPa, but I can't get it... if just someone could give me a hint or something
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