The Thermodynqmics of a Perfect Gas
Examines Boyle's; Charles's; Joule's; Dalton's Laws and details Specific heat of Gasses
- The Thermodynamics Of A Perfect Gas.
- Boyle's Law.
- Charles's Law.
- The General Gas Equation.
- The Characteristic Gas Equation.
- Avrogadro's Hypothesis
- The Universal Gas Equation.
- Joule's Law Of Internal Energy
- The Specific Heats Of A Perfect Gas.
- The Molecular Specific Heat:-
- The Enthalpy Of A Perfect Gas.
- The Ratio Of Specific Heats:-
- Page Comments
The Thermodynamics Of A Perfect Gas.A Perfect Gas is a Working Substance which obeys the Following:
- Boyle's Law
- Charles's Law
- Joule's Law of internal Energy
- Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
- Has a Specific heat which is Constant
- Not be able to change it's state even at Absolute Zero
- The molecules would need to be so far apart that there are no inter molecular forces and no collisions
Boyle's Law.If the Temperature remains constant,. The Pressure of a fixed mass of gas is inversely proportional to it'sVolume.
Charles's Law.If the Volume of a fixed mass of gas is kept Constant, then it's pressure is directly proportional to it's Absolute temperature
Pound-molsThe Lb-Mol is a measure of weight and equals the molecular weight of a gas expressed in pounds. One Lb-Mol of Oxygen weighs 32 Lbs. One Lb-Mol of Nitrogen weighs 28 Lbs. One Lb-Mol of wieghs 44 lbs.
Avrogadro's HypothesisThis states that equal volumes of gas at the same temperature and Pressure contain the same number of Molecules. This means that one Lb-Mol of ANY gas will occupy the same Volume at the same temperature and Pressure. One lb-Mol at 14.7 psi and at occupies 358 cu.ft. This also means that Proportions by Volume are the same as Proportions by Mols.
The Universal Gas Equation.The universal gas equation ties together pressure, volume and temperature:
Joule's Law Of Internal EnergyJoule's Law states that for a PERFECT gas the Internal Energy is independent of the Pressure and Volume and depends only on the Temperature of the Gas.
The Specific Heats Of A Perfect Gas.The Specific heat is the quantity of heat required to raise one pound of a substance through a temperature rise of one degree.
- Specific heat at Constant Volume. (C_V).
- Specific heat at Constant Pressure. (C_p)