# Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Thermodynamics - Section 7 (Q.No. 3)

3.

If in the equation

*pv*=^{n}*C*, the value of*n*= 1, then the process is called isothermal process.Discussion:

17 comments Page 1 of 2.
Engr. Amir Shehzad said:
2 years ago

If n=0 then P=C this will be an isoberic process.

Priya said:
2 years ago

@Kajal Patil.

Agree with you, Thanks.

Agree with you, Thanks.

Kajal Patil said:
3 years ago

If n=1

The process may be;

1. Isothermal.

2. Hyperbolic.

The process may be;

1. Isothermal.

2. Hyperbolic.

(1)

Nitin said:
4 years ago

If we put n as 0 then which process will it be?

Manoj kumar said:
6 years ago

Yes it is true that, PV=c is hyperbolic process but in other hand hyperbolic process is governed by Boyls law.

Boyles law state that p is inversely proportional to we and temperature remain constant.

Boyles law state that p is inversely proportional to we and temperature remain constant.

Satish said:
6 years ago

PV=C. Hyperbolic.

T=C. Isothermal.

T=C. Isothermal.

Ans said:
6 years ago

Pv = C isothermal. Process.

Anurup paul said:
7 years ago

pv = c it is a hyperbolic process, when T= constant, then is known as the Isothermal process.

Kuna Karteek said:
7 years ago

pv^n = c is called polytropic process. When n=1 is called isothermal process because according to perfect gas equation PV = RT where R is universal gas constant. PV = C means T is constant when the temperature is constant is called isothermal process.

Subham said:
7 years ago

It's hyperbolic process.

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