This lesson covers the principles of compressor and heat exchanger operations, focusing on the properties of S gas, volumetric flow rate, and the calculation of compressor power and flow rate of cooling water. The lesson also delves into the concept of entropy change, using practical examples to illustrate how to calculate the total rate of entropy change. The lesson further explains the application of the first law of thermodynamics to individual components of a system, such as a compressor and a heat exchanger.

- The properties of S gas and its flow through a compressor are crucial in understanding the operation of the compressor.
- A heat exchanger utilizes another fluid, such as water, to facilitate the exchange of heat.
- The first law of thermodynamics can be applied to determine the compressor power and the flow rate of cooling water.
- The total rate of entropy change can be calculated using the given states and properties of the system.
- Understanding the concept of entropy change and its calculation is essential in thermodynamics.

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