A New Thermodynamics

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30) Perpetual Motion
By Kent W. Mayhew


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A new look at the Rankine cycle
20) Rankine Cycle
We discuss what makes some systems reversible
21) Real Engine
A new look at the diesel cycle
22) Joules experiment & Ideal gas paradox
A new look at the ideal gas and Joules
23) Traditional Consideration of Temperature
We will discuss why this traditional consideration of temperature is absurd
24) Why relations are proportional to Temperature
We will discuss why energy relations are proportional to temperature
25) Implications to the First Law
We will discuss the limtations of Avogadros hypothesis along with kinetic theory, ideal gas law. At issue is consevation of momentum vs conservation of kinetic energy
26) Limitations of Avogadros Hypothesis
We will discuss the implications to how we write the first law
27) Global warming and lost work
We will discuss the implication of lost work on global warming
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28) Status of thermodynamics: Like a computer
Similarities between computers and thermodynamics: Complications of the simple
19) Reversibility
How to define efficiency
29) Reversibility: Raising a rock
Is raising a rock reversible?
31) Latent heat: Condensation vs Vaporization
Why the two latent heats are not equal and opposite as was tradiationally believed
32) Efficiency
Requirements for perpetual motion
33) Boiling in space
we look at why boiling in space takes less energy
34) Thermal Equibrium
A new Understanding
we arrive at a new understanding of thermal equilibrium
More thermodynamic myths/fallacy
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35) Physical Chemistry
New insights in physical chemistry are given
Thermodynamic myths
 5) Work can be reversible. This is part of that illusionary mathematical concept of quasi-static & infinitesimal. In real life work is the expenditure of energy by a system onto its surroundings, resulting in the movement of objects. One may also envision work as energy that is changing an external objectís inertia. Hence work is NOT REVERSIBLE.


6) Second law of thermodynamics. The reality is the second law is a complete and utterly bogus law as it is applied to all systems, when in fact it is limited to isolated systems hence the reality is it does not apply to any useful systems here on Earth and probably not anywhere else. See Second Law

36) Problematic thermodynamcs
New insights into why accepted thermodynamics is so problematic
37) Isobaric vs Isometric Heating & Work & First Law
Difference between isometric and isobaric heating in terms of work and the first law