Essence of second law - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Essence of Second Law:

Sol: First law deals with conservation and conversion of energy. But it fails to state the conditions under which the energy conversion are possible. The 2nd law is directional law which tells if a particular process occurs or not and how much heat energy is being converted into work.

 

 

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