mcq-Thermodynamics Introduction Temperature is a (a) Derived quantity (b) Supplementary quantity © Fundamental quantity None ANS: © A closed thermodynamic system involves the use of (a) Only mass (b) Only Energy (c) Mass and energy (d) None ANS: (d) A thermodynamic system is a (a) 3 dimensional space (b) 2- dimensional area (c) 1-D line […]
TRANSPORT PROPERTIES TRANSPORT PROPERTIES–three These include the specific heat, viscosity and thermal conductivity. SPECIFIC HEATS There can be three values of Cp and three values of Cv depending upon whether the gas is mono-atomic, di-atomic or poly-atomic. As per Equi-partition theorem, energy is equally distributed for each degree of freedom by the amount RT/2 […]
https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=6746&action=edit Thermo Parameters & Poten https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=7493&action=edit MCQ entropy https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=7594&action=edit Entropy facts DERIVED THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES (a) Fundamental Thermodynamic Properties–three Measurable properties like temperature, pressure and volume are the three fundamental thermodynamic properties. (b) Derived Thermodynamic Properties–three Non measurable properties like internal energy, enthalpy and entropy are called derived thermodynamic properties. Internal energy comes from the First Law […]
THERMODYNAMIC TEMPERATURE AND THERMODYNAMIC SCALE Development of Thermodynamic Temperature Temperature is due to the random translation, rotational motions and vibrations of the submicroscopic particles. These motions constitute the internal energy of a substance. Thermodynamic temperature is the measure of the average kinetic energy per degree of freedom of its constituent particles. Therefore, it is one of […]
Maxwell relations and Exact differentials Natural Variables The variables which are kept constant in a process are called the natural variables of that process. Thermodynamic potential can be found as a function of its natural variables only. Then only the thermodynamic properties of the system can be determined by taking partial derivatives of that potential […]
Mcq: Thermodynamics – 2 Internal energy of a substance is a function of only (a) Temperature (b) Pressure (c) Velocity (d) None (Ans: a) Potential energy of a substance is a function of only (a) Temperature (b) Pressure (c) Velocity (d) None (Ans: d) Kinetic energy of a substance is a function of only (a) […]