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How can I find the thermodynamic work from

dw=Pdv

if P, Vand T are not constants?

what if I knew that dp/dv is a constant in this case?

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- Thread starter thejinx0r
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- #1

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How can I find the thermodynamic work from

dw=Pdv

if P, Vand T are not constants?

what if I knew that dp/dv is a constant in this case?

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You need to express P as a function of V first. Then you can evaluate the integral,

*W* = ∫ *P dV*

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