| 1854
...subtangent of an isothermal curve to that of a curve of no transmission at the same point, or of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume. This** is a geometrical proof of LAPLACE'S law for all possible fluids. The same law is deduced from the Hypothesis... | |
| Chemical Society (Great Britain) - 1889
...the / R equation V = A / gk — - T, where g is the acceleration of gravity, т CL k the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume,** T the absolute temperature, R the gaseous constant for air, and d the relative density of the gas.... | |
| Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard - 1869 - 669 Seiten
...^^./-y1. (in.) (IV-> Also . In which -/ is the thermo-dyuamic index of the medium, or the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume.** In the case of air, у = 1.421. Now if pi, fi, pi, and pt denote the pressures at the commencement... | |
| Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard - 1869 - 669 Seiten
...t?nl?ii Also *L_^\7^1 (IV.) In which y is the thermo-dynamic index of the medinm, or the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume.** In the case of air, ;'= 1.421. Now if pi, p;, p;i, and p4 denote the pressures at the commencement... | |
| United States. Commission to the Paris Exposition, 1867 - 1870
...— . (III.) '" ~ '" Also In which y is the thermo-dynamic index of the medium, or the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume.** In the case of air, y = i. I .'! Now if pi, pi, ps, and p4 denote the pressures at the commencement... | |
| 1870
...parting with heat, ~ ~ Also ^a In which 7 is the thermo-dynamic index of the medium, or the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume.** In the case of air, y— 1.421. Now if pi, p%, ps, and p^ denote the pressures at the commencement... | |
| James Clerk Maxwell - 1871 - 312 Seiten
...experiments on the velocity of sound, is y = 1 '408. This is also, as we have shown, the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume.** These relations were pointed out by Laplace, long before the recent development of thermodynamics.... | |
| James Henry Cotterill - 1871 - 48 Seiten
...laws hold good with respect to the specific heat at constant volume of air, and that the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** is 1.408, so that the actual value of the specific heat at constant volume is 1 QO OK ' 7:= 130.2.... | |
| Sir George Greenhill - 1876 - 236 Seiten
...a = 1 H h 1 n- e « sin — - , 47r (w « \ a /) a 5. Prove that in any substance the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** is equal to the ratio of the elasticity when no heat escapes to the elasticity at constant temperature.... | |
| Daniel Kinnear Clark - 1878 - 984 Seiten
...absorbed at constant pressure, Is to the proportion of heat absorbed at constant volume, So is the **specific heat at constant pressure To the specific heat at constant volume.** For example, the specific heat of air at constant pressure and with increasing volume has been observed... | |
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