Determine the final temperature and mass of the air

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Submarines change their depth by adding or removing air from rigid ballast tanks, thereby displacing seawater in the tanks. Consider a submarine that has a 700m3 air-ballast tank originally partially filled with 100m3 of air at 1500 kPa and 15oC. For the submarine to surface, air at 1500 kPa and 20oC is pumped into the ballast tank, until it is entirely filled with air. The tank is filled so quickly that the process is adiabatic and the seawater leaves the tank at 15oC. Determine the final temperature and mass of the air in the ballast tank.

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