Violation of k-p statement - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Violation of K-P Statement:

A HE produce work 'W' by exchanging the heat with one reservoir at temp. T1 only. The K-P statement is violated.

 

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H.P. is extracting heat Q2 from low the temperature (T2) reservoir and discharging heat to the high temperature (T1) reservoir and getting work 'W'. The HE and HP together   constitute m/c working in a cycle and producing sole effect of transmitting heat from lower temperature to higher temperature.

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