Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Thermodynamics - Section 1 (Q.No. 4)
4.
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of gas through one degree at constant volume, is called
specific heat at constant volume
specific heat at constant pressure
kilo Joule
none of these
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Minyichel said:   1 year ago
Thanks all for the answer.
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Umamahesh said:   3 years ago
Heat will be accurate so answer A is correct.

Raja Baksha said:   5 years ago
Why only 1 degree? why not 2 degree? please clarify anyone.

Nitin said:   5 years ago
Yes, the amount of heat required to raise the unit Maas temperature through one ° Celsius is called specific heat.

If it performed at constant volume then it known as specific heat at constant volume.
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Robel said:   7 years ago
At dv=o so it is constant volume, when it is heated at this condition called specific heat at constant volume(sealed).

Nivas said:   8 years ago
When it is heated at a constant volume is called specific heat at constant volume.

When it is heated at a constant pressure is called specific heat at constant pressure.

T.Nishanth said:   8 years ago
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of through one degree at constant volume, it is known as specific heat constant volume.

Gobinath said:   8 years ago
@Mr. Modi.

No no pressure will be at constant at that time it is known as specific heat at constant pressure. But the thing is cp > cv, cp always more than cv.

Modi shubham said:   9 years ago
I think pressure will not be constant at the time of increasing the temperature. So, if the heat per unit mass then it is called specific heat at constant volume.

Aaron said:   10 years ago
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of gas through one degree is known as Specific heat and they given as Constant pressure. So it is termed as Specific heat at constant pressure.


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