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P-160 kPa The turbocharger system on a modern engine can be modeled as a turbine which extracts energy from the hot exhaust gases connected fixed shaft which powers compressor, which compresses the ambient air to higher pressure (shown in the figure) The air volume flowrate at 2.14m /min. The exhaust mass fl flow and gas through the turbine is the sum of the air mass fuel mass flow into the engine, but mael, and therefore meamp e The air can be modeled as an 1.006 kWRg-K, and the exhaust gas can be modeled as an ideal gas with cr 1.070 klikg-K. 0287 king-K for both gases. The turbine is P 100kPa well insulated, but the compressor is not Detenmine: (5 pts) The mass flowrate of air through the system in lkgsl The entropy generation rate (s through the turbine in Dwik). P 120kPa
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