Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Thermodynamics - Section 2 (Q.No. 11)
11.
The hyperbolic pocess is governed by
Boyle's law
Charles' law
Gay-Lussac law
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Rkd said:   4 years ago
In Boyle's law, the temperature remains constant. Hence, the Volume is inversely proportional to the Pressure and their plot is hyperbolic.

Yash said:   4 years ago
Hyperbolic Process.

A process, in which the gas is heated or expanded in such a way that the product of its pressure and volume (i.e *v ) remains constant, is called a hyperbolic process. It may be noted that the hyperbolic process is governed by Boyle,s law i.e p v = constant.

MS NAYAK said:   6 years ago
The Hyperbolic process is the process in which the gas is heated or expanded in such a way that the product its pressure and volume remains same i.e temperature is constant so it governs the Boyle's law.

ANURUP said:   6 years ago
So what's the answer? Explain.

Parth Gupta said:   7 years ago
Isothermal process is only applicable to gases.

But hyperbolic process is also applicable when we expand or contract wet steam. If we expand or contract wet steam via hyperbolic process i.e. pv=c then its temperature will not be same, it will be different.

Shekhar said:   7 years ago
When we draw the P-V diagram of an isothermal process, we get a hyperbola. That's why isothermal process also called as hyperbolic process.

Durai Pandian said:   8 years ago
The hyperbolic process happens when gas is heated or expanded while the volume and pressure remain constant.

Aman gpm said:   8 years ago
Is there any difference between the two?

Darshan Kathiriya said:   9 years ago
@ Ravi:

The P-V curve is a hyperbola for an isothermal process. So, an isothermal process is a hyperbolic process.

Ravi Chavan said:   9 years ago
@Mr.Shailesh.

pv is also constant in isothermal process, then what is the difference between these two processes?