Discussion :: Thermodynamics - Section 4 (Q.No.23)
The isothermal and adiabatic processes are regarded as
Answer: Option A
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|Gaurav said: (Apr 17, 2015)|
|Adiabatic could be irreversible also.|
|Vinoth said: (Sep 5, 2015)|
|If it is adiabatic process means, then there will be no heat loss. So no loss means it must be reversible process.|
|Shiva said: (Sep 16, 2015)|
|Isothermal and adiabatic are common names.
A reversible isothermal process is called Hyperbolic process.
A reversible adiabatic process is called iso-entropic process.
Option C may be correct.
|Venkat said: (Aug 10, 2016)|
|Option C is the correct one.|
|Devmallya said: (Aug 26, 2016)|
|If you have an adiabatic reversible path that takes you from state 1 to state 2, any irreversible path from state 1 to state 2 will require removal of heat, so it won't be adiabatic. This is a consequence of the 2nd law of thermodynamics, captured by the Clausius Inequality.|
|Debashis said: (Apr 14, 2018)|
|Reversible process: isothermal, adiabatic, Carnot, Starling, Ericson.
Irreversible: entropy increase, Cp, Cv, PVn.
|Srikar said: (Jun 14, 2018)|
|There will be both reversible and irreversible adabatic process.|
|Joe said: (Jul 11, 2018)|
|For option A to be correct, they might have meant a process which is isothermal and adiabatic.
In that case, that process will be reversible since no heat exchange and no internal temperature changes (no dissipative effects).
|Fasil said: (Aug 25, 2020)|
|I think you are correct @Joe.|
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