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What is latent heat? How is the latent heat loss from the

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Problem 55P

Problem 55P

What is latent heat? How is the latent heat loss from the human body affected by the (a) skin wettedness and (b) relative humidity of the environment? How is the rate of evaporation from the body related to the rate of latent heat loss? ,

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(1/20/16)  Heroes: what is a hero o In Homer: Any man of status o In Hesiod: the age of the heroes o Etymology: “Air” “Aristos” (Ar=good)  Hero cult in the 8 Century o One of the defining features of the 8 and 7 centuries o Usually connected to tomb or bones of hero o Heroes from stories are cult figures, worshipped in a way  Athletic heroes: Theagenes of Thasos o Thasians made statue after Theagenes and worshipped him like a god, sacrificing to him (supposed to cure disease)  Dangerous heroes o “Akhi-leus”: Grief to his army o “Odysseus”: man of pain  Kleomedes wins boxing match by killing opponent o Judge repeals win o Returns, kills 60 boys by destroying school o Hides in a chest in Athena o People start worshipping him  Human sacrifice Implications of Mycenaean echo  Boundary between man and beast  A heroic code o Honor vs. glory o Social position o Consider how the gods fit into the same system of social obligation  Honor and Glory: Why is Achilles angry in book 1 o He thinks Agamemnon is a “dogface” o Agamemnon takes his cut of the glory o Does Achilles have feelings for Briseis  Cut = time = kind of the same as honor  Words for glory o Kudos = sense of joy, above all from victory o Kleos = reputation, what others say about you  Achilles’ home is Phthia – “withering” o Kleos is a living thing, a kind of circulating energy o Who circulates it  Some strange duels o Ajax vs. Hector in book 7 – real turned symbolic o Diomedes vs. Ajax in book 23 – symbolic turned real (1/20/16)  Heroes: what is a hero o In Homer: Any man of status o In Hesiod: the age of the heroes o Etymology: “Air” “Aristos” (Ar=good)  Hero cult in the 8 Century o One of the defining features of the 8 and 7 centuries o Usually connected to tomb or bones of hero o Heroes from stories are cult figures, worshipped in a way  Athletic heroes: Theagenes of Thasos o Thasians made statue after Theagenes and worshipped him like a god, sacrificing to him (supposed to cure disease)  Dangerous heroes o “Akhi-leus”: Grief to his army o “Odysseus”: man of pain  Kleomedes wins boxing match by killing opponent o Judge repeals win o Returns, kills 60 boys by destroying school o Hides in a chest in Athena o People start worshipping him  Human sacrifice Implications of Mycenaean echo  Boundary between man and beast  A heroic code o Honor vs. glory o Social position o Consider how the gods fit into the same system of social obligation  Honor and Glory: Why is Achilles angry in book 1 o He thinks Agamemnon is a “dogface” o Agamemnon takes his cut of the glory o Does Achilles have feelings for Briseis  Cut = time = kind of the same as honor  Words for glory o Kudos = sense of joy, above all from victory o Kleos = reputation, what others say about you  Achilles’ home is Phthia – “withering” o Kleos is a living thing, a kind of circulating energy o Who circulates it  Some strange duels o Ajax vs. Hector in book 7 – real turned symbolic o Diomedes vs. Ajax in book 23 – symbolic turned real

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Textbook: Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach
Edition: 8
Author: Yunus A. Cengel, Michael A. Boles
ISBN: 9780073398174

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