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Pressure-Volume Diagrams: Cycle

by Jared Rovny
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    The lecture Pressure-Volume Diagrams: Cycle by Jared Rovny is from the course Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry.


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    1. When the energy of a cycle is conserved, if work is done heat must be removed from the system for the energy to remain same
    2. In a cycle the system returns to its original pressure and volume
    3. During a forward process, positive change in energy is given to the system
    4. During a backward process, energy is taken to the system
    5. The total energy added to the system is the area enclosed by the pressure volume curve
    1. Q(total) = W(total)
    2. Q(total) > W(total)
    3. Q(total) < W(total)
    4. Q(total) will never be equal to W(total)
    5. Q(total) will be times infinity of W(total)
    1. Work done by the system – total work done on the system
    2. Work done by the system x total work done on the system
    3. Work done by the system / total work done on the system
    4. Work done by the system + total work done on the system
    5. Work done on the system / total work done by the system

    Author of lecture Pressure-Volume Diagrams: Cycle

     Jared Rovny

    Jared Rovny


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