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PHYSICS 231 Lecture 31: Engines and fridges. Remco Zegers Question hours: Thursday 12:00-13:00 & 17:15-18:15 Helproom. Metabolism. U=Q+W. Work done (negative). Heat transfer: Negative body temperature < room temperature. Change in internal energy: Must be increased: Food!. t. t.

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### PHYSICS 231Lecture 31: Engines and fridges

Remco Zegers

Question hours: Thursday 12:00-13:00 & 17:15-18:15

Helproom

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U=Q+W

Work done (negative)

Heat transfer: Negative

body temperature < room temperature

Change in internal energy: Must be increased: Food!

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t

t

Metabolic rate

U = Q + W

Metabolic rate: rate in which food and oxygen are

transformed into internal energy (to balance losses due

to heat loss and work done).

|W/t|

Body’s efficiency:

|U/t|

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U/t~oxygen use rate

can be measured

W/t can be measured

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A: Isovolumetric V=0

C: Isothermal T=0

D: Isobaric P=0

PV/T=constant

First law of thermo-

Dynamics:

U=Q+W

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• V=0

• W=0 (area under the curve is zero)

• U=Q (Use U=W+Q, with W=0)

• In case of ideal gas:

• U=3/2nRT

• if P then T (PV/T=constant)

• so U=negative Q=negative

• (Heat is extracted from the gas)

• if P then T (PV/T=constant)

• so U=positive Q=positive

• (Heat is added to the gas)

p

v

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p

• Q=0

• No heat is added/extracted from the

• system.

• U=W (Use U=W+Q, with Q=0)

• In case of ideal gas:

• U=3/2nRT

• if T

• U=negative W=negative

• (The gas has done work)

• if T

• U=positive W=positive

• (Work is done on the gas)

v

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p

• T=0

• The temperature is not changed

• Q=-W (Use U=W+Q, with U=0)

• if V

• W=positive Q=negative

• (Work is done on the gas

• and energy extracted)

• if V

• W=negative Q=positive

• (Work is done by the gas

v

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p

• P=0

• Use U=W+Q

• In case of ideal gas:

• W=-PV & U=3/2nRT

• if V then T (PV/T=constant)

• W: positive (work done on gas)

• U: negative

• Q: negative (heat extracted)

• if V then T (PV/T=constant)

• W: negative (work done by gas)

• U: positive

v

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The system returns to its

original state. Therefore,

the internal energy must

be the same after completion

of the cycle (U=0)

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=-[(50-10)*10-3]*[(1.0-0.0)*105]

-½[(50-10)*10-3]*[(5.0-1.0)]*105=

=4000+8000

W=-12000 J

Cyclic Process, step by step 1

Process A-B.

Negative work is done on the gas:

(the gas is doing positive work).

U=3/2nRT=3/2(PBVB-PAVA)=

= 1.5*[(1E+5)(50E-03)-(5E+5)(10E-03)]=0

The internal energy has not changed

U=Q+W so Q=U-W=12000 J: Heat that was added to the

system was used to do the work!

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=-[(10-50)*10-3*(1.0-0.0)*105]=

W=4000 J

Work was done on the gas

Cyclic process, step by step 2

Process B-C

U=3/2nRT=3/2(PcVc-PbVb)=

=1.5[(1E+5)(10E-3)-(1E+5)(50E-3)]=-6000 J

The internal energy has decreased by 6000 J

U=Q+W so Q=U-W=-6000-4000 J=-10000 J

10000 J of energy has been transferred out of the system.

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Process C-A

W=-Area under P-V diagram

W=0 J

No work was done on/by the gas.

U=3/2nRT=3/2(PcVc-PbVb)=

=1.5[(5E+5)(10E-3)-(1E+5)(10E-3)]=+6000 J

The internal energy has increased by 6000 J

U=Q+W so Q=U-W=6000-0 J=6000 J

6000 J of energy has been transferred into the system.

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Summary of the process

A-B

B-C

C-A

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the reverse way?

Net work was performed on the

gas and heat extracted from the gas.

We have built a heat pump!

(A fridge)

What did we do?

The gas performed net work (8000 J)

while heat was supplied (8000 J):

We have built an engine!

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turns water to steam

heat reservoir Th

W=|Qh|-|Qc|

efficiency: W/|Qh|

e=1-|Qh|/|Qc|

Qh

work is done

the steam moves the piston

work

engine

W

Qc

The efficiency is determined

by how much of the heat you

supply to the engine is turned

into work instead of being lost

as waste.

the steam is condensed

coldreservoirTc

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heat is expelled to outside

heat reservoir Th

Qh

work is done

a piston compresses the coolant

work

engine

W

Qc

the fridge is cooled

coldreservoirTc

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The 2nd law of thermodynamics

1st law: U=Q+W

In a cyclic process (U=0) Q=W: we cannot do more work

than the amount of energy (heat) that we put inside

2nd law: It is impossible to construct an engine that,

operating in a cycle produces no other effect than the

absorption of energy from a reservoir and the performance

of an equal amount of work: we cannot get 100% efficiency

What is the most efficient engine we can make

given a heat and a cold reservoir?

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AB isothermal expansion

W-, T-

W-, T-

W+, Q-

Tcold

CD isothermal compression

Carnot engine

W-, Q+

Thot

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inverse Carnot cycle

Work done by engine: Weng

Weng=Qhot-Qcold

efficiency: 1-Tcold/Thot

A heat engine or a fridge!

By doing work we can

transport heat

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Entropy and examples

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