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Compare the pV-diagram for the Otto cycle in Fig. 20.6

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Problem 10DQ

Compare the ?pV?-diagram for the Otto cycle in Fig. 20.6 with the diagram for the Carnot heat engine in Fig. 20.13. Explain some of the important differences between the two cycles.

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Solution 10DQ Step 1 of 2: Carnot Cycle Carnot cycle is a reversible cycle where a working fluid goes under a cycle with working process Isothermal heat addition, Isentropic expansion, Isothermal heat rejection and finally Isentropic compression. Carnot cycle has the most efficiency of all the working cycle present in the world because it's each process is nearly reversible. Heat Engines work on the Carnot Cycle while Refrigerator and Heat Pumps work on reversed Carnot engine. The carnot cycle thermal efficiency depends on only on T H and T C T ecornot= 1 T C H Step 1 of 2: Otto...

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Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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