Category: Thermodynamics

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Nuclear Power Plant: Definition, Working Diagram, Layout, Advantages, Disadvantages [With PDF]

A nuclear power plant is a facility that converts atomic energy into usable power. The heats produced by a reactor is generally used to drive a turbine which in turn drives an electric generator.

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Thermodynamic Equilibrium: Definition, Types [PDF]

In this segment, we will be studying Thermodynamic Equilibrium Definition and Types with example and in the end, you can download the whole document in PDF format. So let's dive to the topic, The term "Thermodynamic" means it is a branch of physics that deals with the heat, work, and form of energy. The term […]

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Thermodynamics System-Closed, Open, Isolated system with example, PDF

Thermodynamics System: A thermodynamic system is defined as a quantity of matter or a region in space upon which attention is concentrated in the analysis of a problem. Before going to move on the definition of Surrounding, Boundary, Universe first considers a system as shown in the figure: Everything external to the system is called […]

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Modes of Heat Transfer-(Conduction, Convection, and Radiation), PDF

Before going to study the heat transfer in details lets have an overview on Heat first. So Heat is the form of energy which is associated with the motion of molecules or atoms. The heat transfer takes place from the high-temperature body to low-temperature body. Example: When we cook food. Initially, we provide heat and […]

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Thermodynamics System and It's Types [With PDF]

What is a thermodynamic system? A thermodynamic system is defined as the space, region, or quantity of matter (Finite amount, measurable in kg) in which our study is focused. It means, in that particular space or region, we are going to measure the properties of that specific region or thing. In other word, you can […]

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Difference Between Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources [With PDF]

The main differences between renewable and nonrenewable resources are the renewable energy can be replenished with a short period of time and Non-renewable energy cannot be replenished with a short period of time. Today we will study the Difference Between Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources in detail. Note: At the bottom of the articles you can […]

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Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy-Definition, Resources, Types, Differences, PDF

Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy: Renewable Energy Definition: The is defines as the sources of energy which are produced continuously in nature and are essentially inexhaustible at least in the time frame of human societies. These energy sources replenished themselves naturally in a relatively short time and therefore will always be available. Non-renewable Energy Definition: The […]

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Geothermal Energy-Definition, Working Diagram / Layout, Examples, PDF

Geothermal Energy Definition: Geothermal Energy = Earth Heat This is a clean renewable source of energy which provides energy in households the world. The geothermal energy is the energy source which is generated with the help of earth heat and several components like a Separator, turbine, Generator, Condenser, Cooling tower, and more such components are […]

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Power Plant Safety: Boiler, Oil Handling, and Chemical handling System

Power Plant Safety: 1. Concept: Going towards in controlled and safe environment is not an unreasonable expectation for any worker. Many occupations, level of danger is expected because it is inherent to the job, but there is some more reason for the companies to take employee safety seriously. The best organizations are those who understand […]

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Thermal Power Plant: Definition, Layout, Working Diagram, Location in India, PDF

Today We will study the Definition, Component, Layout, Working Diagram, Advantages, Disadvantages, Application, PDF of the Thermal Power Plant.  Thermal Power Plant: In the 18th century, the Thermal Power Plant exists with a lot of improvements in the reciprocating steam engine (This reciprocating steam engine is used to develop the steam and with the use of an electric generator makes […]

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