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Title: Aircraft engines. Lecture notes (first preliminary edition). Chapter 7. Heat and work consideration
Authors: Goncharenko, Andriy Viktorovich
Keywords: aircraft
engine
piston type engine
gas turbine engine
thermodynamic cycle
thermodynamic process
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2019
Publisher: National Aviation University
Abstract: Bodies in the thermodynamic process exchange energy between themselves. The energy of some bodies increases, the others, on the contrary, decreases instead. The transfer (transition, transmission) of the energy can be realised by two ways [113, pp. 23-24].
Description: The fist way of the energy transfer (transition, transmission) represents by itself the transition of the energy in the form of heat. The amount (quantity) of the energy transmitted in this way is called the amount (quantity) of heat. The second way of the energy transfer (transition, transmission) is called the transition of the energy in the form of work, and the amount (quantity) of the energy transmitted in this way is called the work. The energy transfer (transition, transmission) in this case realises by the displacement of either the entire (whole) body or its parts in space.
URI: http://er.nau.edu.ua:8080/handle/NAU/37944
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