## The Mechanical Theory of Heat |

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apply assume atmospheric air boiler calculated carbonic acid Chapter compression condenser condition constant pressure corresponding curve cyclical process cylinder denote determine differential coefficient differential equation dp dT dp dv dT dT dv dp dy dx engine Entropy equa equal Equation 25 equation becomes Ergal expansion experiments expression external force formula function given gives heat at constant heat Q heat reservoirs Hence imparted indefinitely small independent variables initial integral isentropic Joule kilogram law of Mariotte liquid magnitudes Mariotte and Gay-Lussac Mechanical Theory negative obtain P₁ P₂ Pambour perature perfect gases piston Q₁ quantity of heat relation reversible saturated steam shews specific heat specific volume steam-engine substitute suppose T₁ T₂ take place Theory of Heat thereby tion transformations unit of weight unit-weight variable body vessel vis viva waste space whence

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