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**1. Homework Statement**

This is a very basic question. I have a cylinder filled with air having stops at a particular height .

First part of the process is isobaric as piston is free to move and P is constant.

When piston reaches stops this becomes isochoric process as volume is constant.

So far so good...

I need to sketch the T-V, P-V and P-T Diagrams on the same axis.

**2. Homework Equations**

Not sure of any equations that will help me in this, just knowledge of how Temperature, pressure and volume effect eachother.

**3. The Attempt at a Solution**

I have drawn the P-v diagram as shown in the picture below. This is the easiest one to draw of all 3 as Pressure is constant in isobaric while volume is constant in isochoric

I know that in an isobaric process, T and V are directly proportional. I cannot find any information about T-V diagram from isochoric process and how these should be put together.

Also, I know that in an isochoric Process P and T are directly proportional. However I cannot understand how the P-T diagram for isobaric process will look like.

Unknown: T-V ---> isochoric and how this will look like when an isobaric process is added. (Check second picture for uploaded T-V diagram.

I have drawn the P-v diagram as shown in the picture below. This is the easiest one to draw of all 3 as Pressure is constant in isobaric while volume is constant in isochoric

I know that in an isobaric process, T and V are directly proportional. I cannot find any information about T-V diagram from isochoric process and how these should be put together.

Also, I know that in an isochoric Process P and T are directly proportional. However I cannot understand how the P-T diagram for isobaric process will look like.

Unknown: T-V ---> isochoric and how this will look like when an isobaric process is added. (Check second picture for uploaded T-V diagram.

**P-T ---> isobaric and how this will look when an isochoric process is added.**

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