| R.S. McCULLOCH - 1876
...J7_o _ LnJj?. q ~~ T called the theorem of Carnot; for to Carnot we owe the lav that "the mechanical **power of heat is independent of the agents employed to realize it ; its quantity** being fixed solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which the heat is transported ; " which... | |
| Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Mechanical engineering - 1885 - 236 pages
...heat-engines, which the knowledge we now possess enables us to admit as true. His propositions are : 1. **The motive power of heat is independent of the agents employed to** develop it, and its quantity is determined solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which the... | |
| Sir William Anderson - Heat engineering - 1887 - 252 pages
...is no change of physical state. The laws of Oarnot, as stated by himself, are the following:— 1. **The motive power of Heat is independent of the agents employed to** develop it, and its quantity is determined solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which the... | |
| William Francis Magie - Entropy - 1899 - 151 pages
...expansions — that is, for all bodies in Nature, at least, all those which are capable of developing **the motive power of heat. Thus we are led to establish...motive power \ of heat is independent of the agents** em* We implicitly assume, in our demonstration, that if a body experiences any changes, and returns... | |
| Sadi Carnot, Rudolf Clausius, William Thomson Baron Kelvin - Entropy - 1899 - 151 pages
...expansions — that is, for all bodies in Nature, at least, all those which are capable of developing **the motive power of heat. Thus we are led to establish this general proposition : The motive power \ of** heal is independent of the agents ein* \Ve implicitly nssumc, in our demonstration, that if n body... | |
| Sadi Carnot, Rudolf Clausius, Baron William Thomson Kelvin - Entropy - 1899 - 151 pages
...expansions — that is, for all bodies in Nature, at least, all those which are capable of developing **the motive power of heat. Thus we are led to establish this general proposition : The motive power** f of heat is independent of the agents em* We implicitly assume, in our demonstration, that if a body... | |
| William Duane Ennis - Science - 1910 - 438 pages
...to any substance in uniform thermal condition ; hence the conclusion, now universally accepted, that **the motive power of heat is independent of the agents employed to** develop it ; it is determined solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which the cyclic transfers... | |
| William Ernest Dalby - Steam engineering - 1915 - 760 pages
...namely, using Carnot's own words — " The motive power of heat is independent of the agents set to work **to realize it ; its quantity is fixed solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which** in the limit the transfer of heat is effected" Therefore the efficiency calculated for the Carnot engine... | |
| Technology - 1903
...resulting from the use of steam is also the maximum motive power which can be obtained by any other means. **The motive power of heat is independent of the agents employed to** develop it; its quantity is determined solely by the temperature of the bodies between * By isothermal... | |
| J. S. Dugdale - Science - 1996 - 300 pages
...those which are appropriate for obtaining work from heat. Thus we are led to establish the following **general proposition: The motive power of heat is independent of the agents** used to produce it; its amount is fixed uniquely by the temperatures of the bodies between which the... | |
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