A process is a series or set of activities that interact to produce a result; it may occur once-only or be recurrent or periodic.
Things called a process include:
In case of adiabatic process, we all know that the relation between temperature and pressure and that's given below:
P. T(γ/(1-γ)) = Const.
therefore, P = Const. T(γ/(γ - 1))
or, ΔP = Const. (γ/(γ - 1)).ΔT(1/(γ - 1))
It's just an attempt to find out the relation. Don't know how much correct I...
I know process B absorbs heat but I can't determine the heat of process A.
In adiabatic process, Q = 0 but process A is not adiabatic. I only know both W and ΔU will be negative for process A but how to know Q?
Thanks
I didn't have much trouble with part a but I'm struggling with b,c, and d. I considered the efficiency formula for a heat engine e = work done by engine/ qh
but i am unsure of how to approach it.
for part c) not sure how i can get to Tc without knowing Th
for d) my gut is telling me 5/2 but i...
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I work for an aerospace supplier across different departments. I was recently shown how the production workers straighten aluminum parts after a glycol heat solutionizing process. The aluminum parts undergo a heat treatment for a few hours and are quenched in glycol.
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I could not find any derivations in the litterature, except for the expected value of the energy flux expression itself:
$$\overline{\Phi_{effusion,\epsilon}} = \overline{\dot{N_{ef}}}\overline{\epsilon_{ef}}=\frac{3Nl}{2A}\sqrt{\frac{(k_BT)^3}{2\pi m}}$$
I've started off by calculating the...
I'm having trouble finding in the literature specifically about the porous silicon process using the dry method instead of the more common wet method that is used.
wet process
Using porous silicon to promote wet thermal oxidation uses the process electrochemically will allow water molecules to...
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(picture of diagram below)So the task goes like this: gas is ideal. Process 3->1 s adiabatic and in process 1->2 work done is 1200J. Fill the table.
I don't know how to calculate work done in an adiabatic process because p2 and V2 are not given and I don't know gama(Cp/Cv).
I know that deltaU...
Hello all, sorry for the large wall of text but I'm really trying to understanding a problem from a study guide. I am quite unsure on how to approach the following multi-part problem. Any help would be appreciated.
Problem:
Useful references I'm using to attempt the problem
My attempt:
For...
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When flipping a fair coin 4 times, the two possible outcomes for each flip are either H or T with the same probability ##P(H)=P(T)=0.5##.
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I think the solution is:
$$dU=\delta W_{prop}$$
$$dU=TdS-PdV$$
$$dV=0$$
then, $$TdS=\delta W_{prop}$$ and so $$dS=dU/T$$
and by the way, it correct to say that, if the transformation between the initial and the final state would happen in a reversible way then the heat transfer could be...
Black hole is real in nature and we know what is reason of it. If energy concentrate in sphere with radius which less gravitational radius then second cosmic velocity is speed of light and create black hole. We know process which can create these. If we know it we can realize quantum black hole...
Medieval Africans Had a Unique Process for Purifying Gold With Glass
And scientists in Illinois have recreated it.
https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/medieval-african-gold
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I am looking for a simple intuitive explenation why the disociation rate is proportional to current^(N) where N determines the N-electron process in Fig. 4 of this article:
B. C. Stipe, M. A. Rezaei, W. Ho, S. Gao, M. Persson, and B. I. Lundqvist, Phys. Rev. Lett.
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A normally distributed data set has a mean of 25 and a standard deviation of 2.
Which percentage of the data falls between 23 and 25?
A given data set is normally distributed with a mean of 200 and a standard deviation of 5.
Which two values does 95% of the data fall between?
A and B are...
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From the second paragraph: "As soon as the sun begins to burn more hydrogen, it would be considered a “red giant”. "
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I have a system that consists of:
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I often see this set up in thermodynamic problems and need clarification on how Newton's Laws are involved for the piston:
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Hello there, is my solution for part d logically correct? Here is my attempt at the solution :
Part a :
where : P1 = 3P2
Part b :
Since P1=3P2, therefore, T1=3T, where T=300K. Thus, T1=900K
Part c :
Because the final pressure at the end of the cycle is exactly the same as the pressure at...
New physics guy.(This means totally unknowledged and ignorant.)
I've been surfing google scholar,researchgate etc.
Seeing many exotic articles,claming things like
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2.quantum randomness is illusional!
3.we can recover...
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by a process of successive approximations. I have no idea what this...
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I have been studying scattering process in QFT, but i am stuck now because i can't understand how this integral was evaluated:
$$\int dp\space \frac{1}{\sqrt{p^2+c²}}\frac{1}{\sqrt{p^2+k²}}\space p² \space d\Omega \space \delta(E_{cm}-E_{1}-E_{2})$$$
Where Ecm = c + k, E1 is the factor in the...
So, the Cp and Cv its very confusing for me. But, i understand what's its happening in this process, so, i use the logic and first i obtain a ecuation for obtain the final temperature ecuaticon:
Q=m*C*△T
Q=m*C*(T2-T1)
T2=(Q+T1)/(m*C)
If the process its in constant pressure, i use the Cp valor...
Hey guys! This is problem from Callens Thermodynamics textbook and I'm stuck with it.
My goal was to get a expression for the entropy ##S## which is dependent on ##T## so I can move into the ##T-S##-plane to do my calculations:
I startet by expressing the fundamental equation as a function of...
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I have included what I think is the solution, could someone please take a look and tell me if I am on the correct path, in the solution I am taking Joules as a common term to attempt to solve the question. The gas I have used is N...
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Im confused on working backwards so to speak to find adiabatic work.
To find work for this adiabatic process, I either need to know the change in temperature OR the initial pressure (I think?).
The issue is that I don't know either the initial temperature nor the initial pressure so I am not...
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I'm working on designing a device, and I'm having trouble with material selection for a shaft, modeled below.
I have found the maximum stress due to bending on the shaft in question by using
σ_max = (M_max*y)/I
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In the book for our thermodynamics, it states that a process that is internally reversible and adiabatic, has to be isentropic, but an isentropic process doesn't have to be reversible and adiabatic. I don't really understand this. I always thought isentropic and reversible mean the same thing...
We know that
$$dU=\delta Q + \delta W$$
$$dU = TdS - pdV$$
So from this:
$$dS = \frac{1}{T}dU + \frac{1}{T}pdV \ (*)$$
For an ideal gas:
$$dU = \frac{3}{2}nkdT$$
Plugging that into (*) and also from ##p=\frac{nRT}{V}## we get:
$$S = \frac{3}{2}nk \int^{T_2}_{T_1} \frac{1}{T}dT +...
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I have been able to get everything except entropy. I know it's not zero. I know I have to find a reversible path to calculate it, but keep coming up with strange values so I don't think I'm doing it correctly.
can I do CpdT/T + CvdT/T = ds? I am having trouble calculating my P2 (I know my final...
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Here is my summation:
sum(1/(25+n*B)),n=0 to (N/2)-1:=A
where A is between .01 to 2, N is between 10 to 2000 and I need to find the B for different values of N. I calculate this summation online (check here)
But the Digamma function makes the output function complex and it is not easy to...
in this textbook : http://www.fulviofrisone.com/attachments/article/486/Huang,%20Kerson%20-%201987%20-%20Statistical%20Mechanics%202Ed%20(Wiley)(T)(506S).pdf ;page 20
I don't understand about Eq 1.11 come to 1.12 ? I know
dU = U_V dT + U_T dV
dQ = dU + p dV
put dU into dQ. So dQ = U_V dT...
Consider a reversible ideal gas cycle consisting of: 1. An isochoric heat addition, 2. An isothermal expansion to the initial pressure, and 3. An isobaric compression to the initial volume. What, if any, is the difference in net work done by the gas in the cycle if the isochoric heat addition...