[request_ebook] Mechanical Theory of Heat


Author: Rudolf Clausius

Language: English

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  • Author: Rudolf Clausius

In 1850, and over the next fifteen years, Clausius wrote nine memoirs on various aspects of the motive power of heat, with focus on what he called a “modification to the first fundamental theorem”.  In 1865, these collected memoirs were published in a book entitled Mechanical Theory of Heat

Clausius’ first and most famous paper, of sixteen in total, published in 1850, was a treatise on the mechanical theory of heat, entitled "On the Motive Power of Heat and on the Laws which can be deduced from it for the Theory of Heat."  In this famous paper, Clausius set forth the argument that whenever work is done by heat, a certain quantifiable amount of permanent change occurs in the working body, the "working body" being typically a cylindrical body of steam or liquid.  This was in direct contrast to Sadi Carnot, the French physicist who in 1824, in his founding thermodynamic paper "Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire and on Machines Fitted to Develop that Power", reasoned that whenever work is done by heat, no permanent change occurs in the working body.  It was in this famous paper, and nine memoirs to follow, that Clausius began to develop the concept of entropy, which accounts for changes that occur in the condition of working body whenever work is done by heat.  

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