| Alexander James Wallis-Tayler - 1902 - 590 Seiten
...to external bodies, it is said to expand adiabatically, the curve of expansion is adiabatic and n = **ratio of specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume,** which for air = 1-408, or Fi<;. i.— Diagram showing method of construction of curve 1' V" = constant.... | |
| Smithsonian Institution - 1904 - 301 Seiten
...SMITHSONIAN TABLES. TABLE 228. -Specific Heat o! Water. TABLE 229. - Specific Heat ol Air. Tlie ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** has been the subject of much investigation, and more particularly so in the case of atmospheric air,... | |
| Ralph S. Minor - 1906 - 200 Seiten
...IN SOLIDS '. 14 Kundt's Method. 3. VELOCITY OF SOUND IN GASES 16 Determination of the Ratio of the **Specific Heat at Constant Pressure to the Specific Heat at Constant Volume** for a Gas. 4. VIBRATION OF STRINGS 18 The Sonometer. 5. PITCH OF A TUNING FORK 20 Graphical Method.... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1907
...paper); (5) the value of the exponent of the true adiabatic curve is obtained from the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** and if this curve is constructed it will bring out at a glance where heat is taken in or given out,... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1908
...paper) ; (5) the value of the exponent of the true adiabatic curve is obtained from the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** and if this curve is constructed it will bring out at a glance where heat is taken in or given out,... | |
| Thomas C. McKay - 1908 - 190 Seiten
...derived above we get "=?& It will be a useful exercise for the student to calculate the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** in the case of air, taking v as 332 meters per second at o° C. Experiment 6. Comparison of the Velocity... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1908
...paper) ; (5) the value of the exponent of the true adiabatic curve is obtained from the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** and if this curve is constructed it will bring out at a glance where heat is taken in or given out,... | |
| Harry Egerton Wimperis - 1908 - 326 Seiten
...Part II, 1904.) 6. A gas expands so that pvn is constant. Show that if n is equal to the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** the expansion is adiabatic. (Mech. Sc. Tripos, Part I, 1898.) 7. The piston of an air compressor displaces... | |
| Hugh Chisholm - 1910
...specific heat of gaseous hydrogen (at constant pressure) is 3.4041 ( water = i), and the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume** is 1-3852 (\VC Röntgen, Pogg. Ann., 1873, 148, p. 580). On the spectrum see SPECTROSCOPY. Hydrogen... | |
| Robert Peele - 1910 - 508 Seiten
...make it equal to -p--* It is evident that n may also be expressed simply as equal to the ratio of the **specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume:** The general equation for adiabatic compression is therefore: P' / V ^ " = l-a06 PV" = P'Y'"or-=" (-)... | |
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