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51) with respect to v holding T constant, hence we obtain a cross derivative and the constant notation is dropped. 38 ADVANCED ENGINEERING 3vjT Therefore ΐ3τ;Ί L·. 55) The right-hand side of this equation is in terms of the p-v-T state relations. "** As an example let us consider (a) the ideal gas and (b) the MVan der Waals* gas". mol = 0 = 0 + It is, of course, necessary to know at least one value of specific heat at each temperature, this mathematically being the constant of integration along an isochoric (constant volume) line.
29a) becomes T dS = du + p dv. 29b) The enthalpy is by definition h = u + pv. P. 19. 31) and the Helmholtz free energy function f = u - Ts. 34) df = du - T ds - s dT. 29b) we have du = T ds - p dv. 33) dh = T ds - p dv + p dv + v dp dh = T ds + v dp. 38) df = - p dV - s dT. 39) together we have four state equations in differential form du = T ds - p dv or u u(s,v) 1(a) dh = T ds + v dp or h = h(s,p), H(a) df = - p dv - s dT or f = f(v,T), 111(a) dg = v dp - s dT or g = g(p,T). 24) we obtain the following additional relations: ADVANCED 36 T = T = ■P v = ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS 1(b) 3S il ■ (H) ■ ( 3pJ _3h.
3 are obtained in practice. 21) The isotherm (III) (Fig. 1) is called the critical isotherm. Above the temperature corresponding to this isotherm it is impossible to liquefy a gas. We can define the regions for the different phases of a substance on a pressure-volume diagram such as Fig. 1. The liquid phase lies to the left of the liquid saturation curve and the critical isotherm, the vapour phase lies between the vapour saturation curve and the critical isotherm, the gas phase lies above the critical isotherm and the two-phase (liquid-vapour) region is in the area enclosed by the saturation curve.
An introduction to mechanics Solutions Manual by Kleppner .D And Kolenkow R.