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Thermodynamics

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Part of the Chapman & Hall Professional Engineer Workbook Series book series (CHPEWS)

Abstract

Boyle’s Law states that if the temperature of a given quantity of gas is held constant, the volume of the gas will vary inversely with the absolute pressure (Fig. 8.1).

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Steam Turbine Superheated Steam Rankine Cycle Isentropic Compression Otto Cycle 
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