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1. Equal volumes of all gases, at the same temperature and pressure, contain equal number of molecules. This statement is called
2. Kerosene is distilled at
3. Carnot cycle has maximum efficiency for
4. The mass of flue gas per kg of fuel is the ratio of the
5. One molecule of oxygen is __________ times heavier than the hydrogen atom.
6. The efficiency of the dual combustion cycle for the same compression ratio, is __________ Diesel cycle.
7. It is __________ to construct an engine working on a cyclic process, whose sole purpose is to convert heat energy into work.
8. The __________ is obtained when carbonisation of coal is carried out at 500° to 700° C.
9. The amount of heat obtained by the complete combustion of 1 kg of a fuel when the products of its combustion are cooled down to the temperature of supplied air is called __________ calorific value of fuel.
10. Charles' law states that all perfect gases change in volume by __________ of its original volume at 0° C for every 1° C change in temperature, when pressure remains constant.
11. The calorific value of gaseous fuel is expressed in
12. The heat and work are mutually convertible. This statement is called __________ law of thermodynamics.
13. The bomb calorimeter is used for finding the __________ calorific value of solid and liquid fuels.
14. The polytropic index (n) is given by
15. The throttling process is an irreversible steady flow expansion process.
16. The efficiency of the Carnot cycle may be increased by
17. The value of one bar (in S. I. units) is equal to
18. The throttling process is __________ process.
19. The atomic mass of an element is the number of times the atom of that element is heavier than the hydrogen atom.
20. The change of entropy, when heat is absorbed by the gas, is
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