Adiabatic Processes. Laplace’s Theorem
A process is adiabatic if Q(t) = 0 at all times t at which Q(t) is defined. Any curve in 풟 whose tangent vector in some parametric representation is always orthogonal to the vector field (Λ V , K V ) is called an adiabat.
KeywordsDifferentiable Function Parametric Representation Neutral Point Neutral Curve Adiabatic Process
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