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HAPTER CHAPTER irst Law of First Law of hermodynamics for Thermodynamics for nergy Analysis of Energy Analysis of losed Systems Closed Systems
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6 Specific Heats § 5.6 Specific Heats he pecific heats defined as e • The specific heats is defined as the heat added to raise the temperature of a unit mass of a pure and simple compressible substance by one degree
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3 Specific Heats § 5.3 Specific Heats ( ) u h re also properties v c( v T P c () P T • are also properties. C C . 21 2 ) uu u u C T d T  2 ) hh h h C T d T p v • Specific heats will be different at different 1 v 1 P temperatures and pressures but this difference is usually not very large. • unit: kJ/(kg ․℃ or kJ/(kg K) (g ) )
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§ 5-6 Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and pecific Heats of Solids and Liquids Specific Heats of Solids and Liquids • Incompressible substance : specific volume (or density) is constant (dv=0) and very small (v~0) .
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chap 5 spec heat - CHAPTER CHAPTER First Law of Law of...

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