What do you mean by terms change of state, Mechanical Engineering

(a) Illustrate reversible, irreversible and Quasi-static process with examples.

(b) What do you mean by terms change of state, path, process, property, cycle.

(c) Distinguish between open, closed and isolated system with examples.

(d) Differentiate between internal energy and other forms of energy.

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