Thermodynamic laws, Physics

Thermodynamic laws:

First law of thermodynamics

In internal energy of a system the change is the total heat transferred to or from the system & the work done on or by the system.

Second law of thermodynamics

The entropy is a measure of the unavailability of a system's energy to do useful work of a closed system tends to enhance with time.

Third law of thermodynamics

For changes including only perfect crystalline solids at absolute zero, the change in the over all entropy is zero.

 

Posted Date: 3/29/2013 2:19:58 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Thermodynamic laws, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Thermodynamic laws, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Thermodynamic laws Discussions

Write discussion on Thermodynamic laws
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
The current transformer has a single turn on the primary winding and a secondary winding of 60 turns. The secondary winding is connected to an ammeter with a resistance of 0.15

a column of water contains fine metal particles of radius 2*E(-8) m, which are in thermal equillibrium at 298 K. if there are 1000 particles per unit volume at a given height,how m

explain spherical capacitor?

A more forceful argument which the weak principle: This implies that if the laws of the Universe were not favorable to the development of intelligent creatures to ask regarding the

UNIT: SI unit of impulse is NS (Newton x Second) or kgms -1

if in an interference pattern,the ratio between maximum and minimum intensities is 36:1,find the ratio between the amplitude and intensities of the two interfering waves.

A particle executes linear some with an amplitude if 2 cm.when the particle is at 1cm from the mean position the magnitude of its velocity is equal to that of its acceleration.Then

A 0.15 kg glider is moving to the right on frictionless horizontal air track with speed of 0.8 m\s. It has a head on collision with 0.3 kg glider that is moving to the left with a

Plot the Bremsstrahlung emitted (intensity vs energy) from a copper target for (i) both 15 keV and 30 keV electrons, (ii) for 15 keV electrons at both 10 and 50 mA current and (iii

explain biased parallel clipper