Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach 8th Edition

Published by McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN 10: 0-07339-817-9
ISBN 13: 978-0-07339-817-4

Chapter 6 - The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Problems: 6-10C

Answer

$a)$ No, according to first law all the vitality can be transformed one shape to another frame. $b)$ Yes, it disregards Kelvin-Planck articulation of second law of thermodynamic, according to Kelvin-Planck proclamation net measure of work can't be delivered by trading heat with single store i.e. there might be another repository to dismiss warm. subsequently 100 % proficiency isn't conceivable

Work Step by Step

$a)$ No, according to first law all the vitality can be transformed one shape to another frame. $b)$ Yes, it disregards Kelvin-Planck articulation of second law of thermodynamic, according to Kelvin-Planck proclamation net measure of work can't be delivered by trading heat with single store i.e. there might be another repository to dismiss warm. subsequently 100 % proficiency isn't conceivable
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