For compressible flow this becomes: where y is the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume... Theory of Heat - Page 172by James Clerk Maxwell, John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1904 - 348 pagesFull view - About this book
| Chemical Society (Great Britain) - Chemistry - 1895
...formula, using the author's experimental results, decreases continuously as the temperature rises : **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume** decreases from 0° to + 4°, and then increases continuously up to 35°, the highest temperature at... | |
| Chemical Society (Great Britain) - Chemistry - 1896
...elementary or compound nature of argon, experiments were made on the velocity of sound in it. From these **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume** was deduced in the well-known manner. The accuracy of the apparatus used was tested by preliminary... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1899
..." conductivity of air, X " " constant of radiation according to Newton's law of cooling, and y " " **ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume.** From ( I ) it is seen that the motion at any point may be considered as the resultant of two simple... | |
| Frank Salter - Steam - 1874 - 91 pages
...reduction of temperature. In every case, such as the above, whatever the expanding gas may be, if 7 be **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume,** then it is evident that "i Pi or, using the differential notation, Ap being a decrement. And since... | |
| Civil engineering - 1875
...acid, from which constants the heat equivalent may be obtained by the formula G - c' Q the value of — **or the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume** being 1 • 3945, as ascertained by M. Kegnault in 1871, by experiments on the velocity of sound in... | |
| JAMES FORREST, ASSOC. INST. C.E., SECRETARY - 1875
...carbonic acid, from which constants the heat equivalent may be obtained by the formula the value of — **or the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume** being 1-3945, as ascertained by M. Kegnault in 1871, by experiments on the velocity of sound in air.... | |
| Sir George Greenhill - Mathematics - 1876 - 236 pages
...Prove that in any substance the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat **at constant volume is equal to the ratio of the elasticity...escapes to the elasticity at constant temperature.** Hence shew that fdp\ x/^N =fdj\ x/^X where p, v, t are the pressure, volume and absolute temperature... | |
| William Garnett - Heat - 1876 - 104 pages
...effected will be described in Chapter X. We may, ' however, here remark that, for all the permanent gases, **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume is** independent of the temperature of the gas, and for air is about 1"41, DIFFUSION OF GASES. 94. If two... | |
| Vienna International Exhibition - 1876
...equation of adiahatic curves for any gas is p = constant XP where y is constant, and has for its value **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure, to that at constant volume,** of the gas under consideration. Denoting by C£ and CJ, CJ" and C'', the specific heats at constant... | |
| ROBERT H. THURSTON - 1876
...of adiabatic curves for any gas is p — constant X v ^ where y is constant, and has for its value **the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure, to that at constant volume,** of the gas under consideration. Denoting by CP and CJ, CJ and CJ, the specific heats at constant pressure... | |
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