Thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Two kg Ammonia (mA) at PA = 300 kPa and
TA = -10ºC and 1 kg Ammonia (mB) at PB = 300 kPa
and TB = 100ºC are mixed in a constant pressure
and adiabatic process. Find the following:
a) Final temperature, T2 [ºC]
b) Final volume, V2 [m3]
c) Entropy generation for the process, Sgen
[J/kg].
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