| Science - 1850
...of what may be called a perfect thcrmo-dynamic engine is thus stated : — A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such, that, whatever amount of mechanical effect it can derive from a** given thermal agency, if an equal amount be spent in ivorking it backuuaxds, an equal reverse thermal... | |
| a. privat deschanel - 1873
...the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle:— II. A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...an equal reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed by sajdng that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a perfect... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - Physics - 1878 - 1068 pages
...the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle: — II. A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...an equal reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a perfect... | |
| A. Privat Deschanel - Physics - 1874
...temperature of the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle: — II. A perfect thermo- **dynamic engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...an equal reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a perfect... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - Physics - 1876 - 1068 pages
...the following important principle: — II. A perfect thermo-dynamic engine is such that, ichatever **amount of mechanical effect it can derive from a certain...an equal* reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed bysaying that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a. perfect... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - Physics - 1878 - 1068 pages
...establishes the following important principle:— II. A perfect thermo-dynamic engine is such that, ivhatever **amount of mechanical effect it can derive from a certain...an equal reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a perfect... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - Physics - 1881
...the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle:— II. A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...an equal reverse thermal effect will be produced.** This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine is a perfect engine. By a perfect... | |
| Joseph David Everett - 1881 - 12 pages
...refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle:. — II. A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...backwards, an equal reverse thermal effect will be** pi'oduced. This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine is a, perfect engine.... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - Heat - 1885 - 1156 pages
...the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle: — IL A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...amount be spent in working it backwards, an equal** rtverse thermal effect will be produced. This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel, Joseph David Everett - Physics - 1898
...the refrigerator; and establishes the following important principle:— II. A perfect thermo-dynamic **engine is such that, whatever amount of mechanical...be spent in working it backwards, an equal reverse** tlicrmal effect will be produced. This is often expressed by saying that a completely reversible engine... | |
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