TREATISE OF THE MECHANICAL THEORY OF HEAT (Google eBook)

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GENERAL LAWS AJRT PAGE 52 Definition of temperature 13
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Quantities of heat
75
General formulas
77
Thermodynamic functions
78
Partial differential equations of transformation
79
When the pressure is constant SO 58 When the density is constant
81
When the temperature is constant
82
GO When other variables are used
83
Relations of the partial differential coefficients
84
G2 Factors of integrability IG G3 The perfectly gaseous state
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Inductive postulates
91
The product cd constant
92
Factor of integrability for gases
93
Absolute temperatures and the absolute zero of heat Do 71 Their determination
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CHAPTER V
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Its investigation by Regnault
101
Law of Charles or Gay Lussac
104
7G Examined by Regnault
106
Two coefficients and
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The coefficient varies with the pressure
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Effect of temperature upon compressibility Ill 80 Permanent and liquefiable airs
112
Hypothetical law of Rankine
113
Accordance of air thermometers
115
Expansion of vapours
116
ART PAGE 84 Joules coefficient is a constant of Nature
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The second law of Joule
121
8G Its investigation by him 121
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The second law of Joule interpreted
126
Law of Dulong and Petit
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Experiments of Regnault 10
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General conclusions
132
CHAPTER VII
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Elimination of internal energy 187
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Carnots test of perfection ICC 99 Demonstration
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Formula for th? duty
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Air engines
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Air engine of Stirling
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Ericssons engine
148
The regenerator of Stirling
149
Isodiabatic lines
150
Adiabatic curves
152
Law of Laplace and Poisson
154
Lines of transformation
155
Air engine working in a cycle of Carnot
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Another demonstration for its efficiency
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CHAPTER VIII
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General equation for all transformations
170
The factor 1 or r is the same for all bodies
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