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#1 engware


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Posted 21 August 2006 - 01:22 PM

To All:

Carnot Cycle is very useful in the evaluation of basic heat engine thermal performance/efficiency.

Also, it can be used as a good tool when evaluating the impact of global warming on the technical performance of heat engines -- increase in the ambient temperature lowers the thermal efficiency and requires more additional power input in order to meet the existing power demand.

I would like to invite both Forum members and visitors to start a discussion on Carnot Cycle -- ask questions of interest, share knowledge and experience related to Carnot Cycle (technical performance analysis).

Also, everybody is welcome to contribute to the Carnot Cycle topic.



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