Thermodynamics

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Relationship between Heat Capacities

 , where:

Cp = Heat Capacity at a constant Pressure (J/(kg*K))

CV = Heat Capacity at a constant Volume (J/(kg*K))

T = Temperature (K)

p = Pressure (Pa)

V = Volume (m3)

Relationship between Heat Capacities in an Ideal Gas

 , where:

Cp = Heat Capacity at a Constant Pressure (J/K)

CV = Heat Capacity at a Constant Volume (J/K)

n = Number of Moles (mol)

R = Universal Gas Constant (J/(K*mol))

Second Law of Thermodynamics

 , where:

S = Entropy (J/K)

Q = Heat transferred (J)

T = Temperature (K)

Specific Gas Constant

 , where:

Rspecific = Specific Gas Constant (J/(kg*K)) (Material Property)

R = Universal Gas Constant (J/(K*mol))

M = Molar Mass (kg/mol) (Material Property)

cp , cv = Specific Heat at a constant Pressure or Volume (J/(kg*K))

Specific Heat Capacity

 , where:

c = Specific Heat Capacity (J/(kg*K))

Q = Heat Transferred (J)

m = Mass of sample (kg)

T = Change in temperature (K)

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