A system is taken from state A to state B along two different paths 1 and 2. If the heat absorbed and work done by the system along these two paths are respectively, then
In a given process, dW = 0, dQ < 0, then for the gas:
1. Temperature increases
2. Volume decreases
3. Pressure decreases
4. Pressure increases
A given mass of gas expands from state A to state B by three paths, 1, 2 and 3, as shown in the figure. If respectively be the work done by the gas along the three paths, then:
|1.||W1 > W2 > W3||2.||W1 < W2 < W3|
|3.||W1 = W2 = W3||4.||W1 < W2 = W3|
The ratio of the relative rise in pressure for adiabatic compression to that for isothermal compression is
A sink, that is, the system where heat is rejected, is essential for the conversion of heat into work. From which law does the above inference follow?
For the indicator diagram given below, which of the following is not correct?
|1.||Cycle - II is a heat engine cycle.|
|2.||Net work is done on the gas in cycle I.|
|3.||Work done is positive for cycle I.|
|4.||Work done is positive for cycle II.|
An ideal gas with adiabatic exponent y is heated at constant pressure and it absorbs Q heat. What fraction of this heat is used to perform external work?
Temperature is defined by
1. First Law of thermodynamics
2. Second Law of thermodynamics
3. Third Law of thermodynamics
4. Zeroth Law of thermodynamics
If 32 gm of at is mixed with 64 gm of at in an adiabatic vessel, then the final temperature of the mixture will be:
If is the work done in compressing an ideal gas from a given initial state through a certain volume isothermally and is the work done in compressing the same gas from the same initial state through the same volume adiabatically, then: