By Lewis G.N.
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Visualization of thermodynamic processes by means of graphs showing the simultaneous variation of two properties is a helpful artifice for use in the solution of thermodynamics problems. TM Copyright n 1999 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. , absolute pressure, specific volume and absolute temperature, to form a Cartesian coordinate sysytem. The point having coordinates (p,v,T) represents the state, and, in the case of a process, the properties change and the state point moves in pvTspace; thus, as the state changes during a process, the state point traces a space curve, which is the geometric representation of the process.
An orderly expansion involving a force on a moving surface; instead the gas pressure first accelerated the gas itself but the kinetic energy thus created was soon dissipated by internal friction. 26) is strictly true for a perfect gas and only approximately true for a real gas. , for the initial and the final states. Initial and final values of pressure, temperature and specific volume are usually needed. , p and T or v and T, allows one to infer which phase or phases of the substance are present at the beginning and end of a process.
13), it is the product of two universal constants, k and JVA. 38). 6 The Carnot Cycle A very famous and useful cycle, known as the Carnot cycle, consists of two adiabatic processes (adiabats) and two isothermal processes (isotherms). 6 The Carnot Cycle TM Copyright n 1999 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. perfect gas system. Note that there are two temperatures T\ and r3, since Tl = T2 and T3 = T4. 5 the adiabats are steeper than the isotherms, and the adiabatic expansion, process 2-3, lowers the temperature from T2 to T3, since T2 > T3.
A New Principle of Equilibrium by Lewis G.N.