determine the exergy destruction associated with this process.

| January 30, 2015

One method of passive solar heating is to stack gallons of liquid water inside the buildings and expose them to the sun. The solar energy stored in the water during the day is released at night to the room air, providing some heating. Consider a house that is maintained at 22°C and whose heating is assisted by a 350-L water storage system. If the water is heated to 45°C during the day, determine the amount of heating this water will provide to the house at night. Assuming an outside temperature of 5°C, determine the exergy destruction associated with this process.

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