| Richard Wormell - Thermodynamics - 1877 - 163 pages
...the same limits of temperature. This proposition is enunciated by Sir W. Thomson as follows : — ' **If an engine be such that, when it is worked backwards,...physical and mechanical agencies in every part of its** motion are . all reversed, it produces as much .mechanical effect as can be produced by any thermodynamic... | |
| Peter Guthrie Tait - Heat - 1884 - 368 pages
...for a heatengine, an absolute definition of temperature, the effect of pressure on the melting-points **of solids, and innumerable important groups of associated...agencies in every part of its motions are all reversed** (see § 89), it produces as much mechanical effect as can be produced by any thermodynamic engine,... | |
| Peter Guthrie Tait - Heat - 1884 - 368 pages
...for a heatengine, an absolute definition of temperature, the effect of pressure on the melting-points **of solids, and innumerable important groups of associated...are included in the statement of the Second Law of** Thermodynamics.—If an engine be such that, when it is worked backwards, the physical and mechanical... | |
| Engineering - 1886
...page 178 of his Mathematical and Physical Papers, the following : " Prop. II (Carnot and Clausius). **If an engine be such that, when it is worked backwards,...mechanical agencies in every part of its motions are** reversed, it produces as much mechanical effect as can be produced by any thermodynamic engine, with... | |
| Thomas Spencer Baynes - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...foot-pounds per centigrade degree, and in metrical units to +25 kilogramme-metres per calorie (see HEAT).] IL **If an engine be such that, when it is worked backwards, the** physiml and mechanical agencies in every part of its motions are all reversed, it produces as much... | |
| Richard Gleason Greene - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1890
...are generated. Law II. (Carnot and Clausius.) If an engine be such that, when it it worked backirard. **the physical and mechanical agencies in every part of its motions are all** reverted, it products as much mechanical effect as can be produced by any tfiermo-dynamic engine, with... | |
| Peter Guthrie Tait - Heat - 1892 - 372 pages
...for a heatengine, an absolute def1nition of temperature, the effect of pressure on the melting-points **of solids, and innumerable important groups of associated...engine be such that, -when it is worked backwards, the** physi:al and mechanical agencies in every part of its motions are all reversed (see § 89), it produces... | |
| Peter Alexander - Thermodynamics - 1892 - 203 pages
...in the first portion of his statement of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which we repeat : — " **If 'an engine be such that when it is worked backwards,...agencies in every part of its motions are all reversed,"** such an engine is said to be reversible. That is, if at any point of the direct cycle the body is receiving... | |
| George Frederick Barker - Physics - 1892 - 902 pages
...(Thomson.) The second law relates to the transformation of heat into work. It may be stated as follows ; **"If an engine be such that when it is worked backwards...mechanical agencies in every part of its motions are all** re versed, it produces as much mechanical effect as can be produced by any thermodynamic engine, with... | |
| Peter Alexander - Thermodynamics - 1892 - 203 pages
...the first portion of his statement of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which we repeat : — " // **an engine be such that when it is worked backwards,...agencies in every part of its motions are all reversed"** such an engine is said to be reversible. That is, if at any point of the direct cycle the body is receiving... | |
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