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dc.contributor.authorGoncharenko, Andriy Viktorovichen
dc.descriptionIt is postulated in the thermodynamics, that an isolated system in the course of time always comes to the state of thermodynamic equilibrium and never can go out of it by itself (on its own).en
dc.description.abstractUnder thermodynamic process it is understood a sequence of states (series, complex (the whole collection) of sequential states), through which a thermodynamic system undergoes at its interaction with the surrounding mediumen
dc.publisherNational Aviation Universityen
dc.subjectpiston type engineen
dc.subjectgas turbine engineen
dc.subjectthermodynamic cycleen
dc.subjectthermodynamic processen
dc.titleAircraft engines. Lecture notes (first preliminary edition). Chapter 2. Basic considerations of thermodynamic processesen
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