Leybold LD Didactic
P220.127.116.11 Determining the Efficiency of the Hot-Air Engine as a Heat Engine
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Determining the Efficiency of the Hot-Air Engine as a Heat EngineThe experiment P18.104.22.168 determines the efficiency of the hot-air engine as a heat engine. The mechanical work W exerted on the axle in each cycle can be calculated using the external torque N of a dynamometrical brake which brakes the hot-air engine to a speed f. The amount of heat Q2 given off corresponds to a temperature increase ΔT in the cooling water.
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