Unformatted text preview: changing pressure at constant volume and then volume at constant pressure. Let 0 = ( P , T ) be the intermediate point you go through. Show that S 2S 1 = C P ln p T 2 T 1 PR ln p P 2 P 1 P . Show that if 1 and 2 lie on an adiabatic curve, this diﬀerence vanishes. Assume C p = C V + R , but not a particular value to C V . V P 1 2 FIG. 1: To compute entropy diﬀerence S 2S 1 go from 1 to 0 at constant volume and then from 0 to 2 at constant pressure....
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 Fall '08
 RAMAMURTISHANKAR
 Physics, Thermodynamics, Entropy, Heat, 300 g, Mara Baraban, Set XII Assign

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