I am assuming regular cycles for maximum efficiency means it is being operated to yield maximum efficiency from engine
Isn’t that a basic heat exchange problem? Why are you struggling? Do you have your own attempts to solve this problem?
First of all you should take initial energy and equalise it with the final energy like m1Ct1 + m2Ct2 is initial energy for the a point the final energy will be m2/2 Ý + m2Ct0 + m1Ct3 t0 is 49.22
I have tried but I keep getting the wrong value for the final temperature of hot source. Is it 32 degree celsius?
I have got that correct already.
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I am sorry.
Isn’t that right? Are the right answers here highlighted and the wrong answers not? Were you able to calculate that maximum work?
The answers highlighted here are correct. But the final source temperature is not mentioned correct here. So I was confirming.