Condition for carnot theorem - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Condition for Carnot theorem - thermodynamics:

1.  If T1 = T2; No work, = 0

2.  Higher the temperature difference, greater the efficiency.

3.  For the same degree increase of source temperature or decrease in sink temperature carnot efficiency is sensitive to change in sink temperature. 

 

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