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Title: Aircraft engines. Lecture notes (first preliminary edition). Chapter 10. Heat capacities
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Abstract: The amount of heat which is necessary to be taken in into a body or withdrawn from it in order to change its temperature in 1 °C is called heat capacity [113, pp. 32-36] [79, p. 357]. Heat capacity is calculated by the formula [113, p. 33, (2.37)]
Description: Thus, mass specific heat – this is the heat capacity of a unit mass of a substance (1 kg).
URI: http://er.nau.edu.ua:8080/handle/NAU/37947
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