boundary work assingment, Mechanical Engineering

A system consisting of 2kg of R-134a undergoes a cycle composed of the following processes:
Process 1-2: constant volume from P1= 10 bar, x1=0.6 to saturated vapor.
process 2-3 constant temperature to p3=p1 Q2+3= 228kJ
process 3-1 constant pressure
sketch cycle on p-v and t-v diagrams. determine the net work and the heat transfer for each
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