Iso-this, Iso-that - how the PV diagram should look

  1. Maylis

    Maylis 844
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    Hello,


    I am having difficulties in my study of thermodynamics to keep all of these Iso's in order. What I mean is, how the PV diagram should look for isothermal, isobaric, isochoric, and adiabatic processes, as well as expressions for Q and W for all of these processes, and in general the conceptual effects of changing T and P for all of these processes.

    It's a bit overwhelming right now to think of how all these things interact when something is held constant in a box full of ideal gas and one other factor is changed, to determine other changes.

    Any tips for those who have the material mastered?

    Thank you
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Also, try to google them.
     
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