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jaumzaum
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My question is: Do ALL the reversible process need to be composed of ONLY isothermal and adiabatic transformations? Carnot cycle satisfy this, but what other cycle would be also reversible?
I know that for a process to be reverisble it has to be almost-static, have no dissipative force, and no heat and finite temperature variation simultaneously. Does it imply only isothermal and adiabatic?
I know that for a process to be reverisble it has to be almost-static, have no dissipative force, and no heat and finite temperature variation simultaneously. Does it imply only isothermal and adiabatic?