# Temperature and Pressure Measurements dealing with Chemical Engineering

This quiz contains multiple-choice problems on temperature, pressure and differential measurements.

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Which of the following is not a unit of temperature?

Celsius

Fahrenheit

Therm

Rankine

What’s the equivalent of a recorded change in temperature of 212 °F in degrees Rankine?

100 °R

212 °R

273 °R

460 °R

What is the value of 100 °C in degrees Fahrenheit?

212 °F

460 °F

672 °F

884 °F

What is the value of 273 K in degrees Rankine?

0 °R

32 °R

492 °R

672 °R

What is the equivalent of the temperature 100 °C in degrees Rankine?

100 °R

212 °R

560 °C

672 °C

What is 100 °C in degrees Fahrenheit?

0 °F

100 °F

212 °F

460 °F

What is the equivalent of 40 °F in degrees Rankine?

313 °R

460 °R

500 °R

672 °R

Which of the following is the highest temperature?

10 °C

10 °R

10 °F

10 K

Absolute zero temperature is approximately equal to

-160 °R

-273 °R

-373 °R

-460 °R

The heat capacity of a substance is given by C = B*T^2, where T is in degrees Fahrenheit, and the value of B is 50. What is the value of B if T is in degrees Celsius?

81

25

162

100

The heat capacity of a substance is given by C = 800 – 1600*T + 25*T^2, where T is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. What is its heat capacity if temperature is in degrees Celsius?

81*T^2 + 24800

81*T^2 – 24800

25*T^2 + 24800

25*T^2 – 24800

What’s the equivalent of a recorded change in temperature of 180 °R in degrees Celsius?

100 °C

180 °C

212 °C

273 °C

The volume of an object depends on its temperature in degrees Celsius as V = a + B*T{C}. What is the dependence of volume upon the temperature in degrees Rankine?

V = a + 32*b + 9*b*T{R}/5

V = a + 492*b + 9*b*T{R}/5

V = a + 492*b + 5*b*T{R}/9

None of the above

The mass and volume of an object depend on its temperature in Kelvin as m = 5*t^2 kg and v = (400 + 600*t) m^3, respectively. What is the density of the object at t = 27 °C?

5 kg/m^3

10 kg/m^3

15 kg/m^3

20 kg/m^3

The temperature of a body in degrees Celsius and degree Rankine are related as T{C} = 50 + 3*T{R}. What is the change in temperature in Kelvin if its equivalent in degree Rankine is 100 °R?

300 K

180 K

100 K

90 K

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