Thermodynamics, Heat Motors, and Refrigerating Machines

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J. Wiley, 1889 - Heat-engines - 475 pages
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Contents

Absolute Zero of Temperature
10
Mariottis Law
12
Thermal Lines
13
ARTICLE PAOI 24 Isothermal Lines
14
Adiabatic Lines
16
Cycle I7 27 Heat Engine I7 28 Carnots Cycle
17
Source I9 30 Work done
19
Indicator Diagram
20
Conditions of a Reversible Cycle
21
Heat absorbed
22
Mechanical equivalent of Heat
24
First law of Thermodynamics
27
Thermal Capacities
28
Specific Heat at constant pressure
29
Temperature constant during Expansion
32
Thomson and Joules Method
41
Heat absorbed in tehms of Extebnal Work x
44
General case
45
Temperature and Pressure as independent variables
46
Fundamental Equations of Thebmodynamics
48
CHAPTER II
49
Perfectness of Gases
51
To find TnE Specific Heat of a Gas at constant volume
53
Temperature Constant during Expansion
54
Ice Machines 82
63
Velocity of Sound in a Gas
75
Flow of Gases
81
Temperature Constant
88
Latent Heat of Evaporation
94
article paob 80 Measurement of Heights
105
Sublimation
106
Specific Heat of Solids sensibly the same for Press ure Constant and Volume Constant
107
Mechanical Mixtures
108
Total Heat of Evaporation
110
Relations between the Temperature and Pressure
113
Free Expansion
114
Absolute Zero
116
General Expression for Specific Heat
117
Modified Expression for the Specific Heat
118
Apparent and Real Specific Heats
120
General Expression for tde Difference of the Specific Heats
122
Specific Heat of Water
126
Other General Equations
131
97a The Thermodynamic Function or Entropy
143
Specific Heat of Saturated Vapor
145
Adiabatics of Imperfect Gases
148
Condensers
154
Isodiauatic Lines
157
HEAT ENGINES 103 Efficiency
159
Regenerators
166
Remarks
169
Ideal Steam Diagram
171
SteamEnoineIsothermal Expansion
172
ARTICLE PAOE
173
Steam EngineAdiabatic Expansion Approximate Law
175
Adiabatic Expansion Theoretical Law
177
112a General Equations for Vapor Engines
180

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