| Richard Evan Day - Heat - 1885 - 176 pages
...there is no opportunity for the heat to escape, what will be the change in its temperature ? If y be **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to its specific heat at constant volume,** and/ 2 , /,, / 2 and /1 be the final and initial pressures and absolute temperatures of a quantity... | |
| Richard Evan Day - Heat - 1885 - 176 pages
...there is no opportunity for the heat to escape, what will be the change in its temperature ? If 7 be **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to its specific heat at constant volume,** and/2, /,, /2 and /! be the final and initial pressures and absolute temperatures of a quantity of... | |
| Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1889
...while the wave-length in air is to th'at in ether as 1.71 and 1.706 to 1, respectively. Assuming as **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume the value 1.41, the author calculates this ratio for steam and for the vapors... | |
| Harold Whiting - Physics - 1894 - 233 pages
...grams per sq. cm. for />, 42,500 gram-cm, per gram-degree COT/. Prob. Q. 7. Find in the last question **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. D. 400. Prob. Q. St In what class of gases, alone, is the ratio of the two... | |
| Electronic journals - 1897
...corresponding ratio .between the final and initial pressures we have or ft _ /*i Y . Pi W . where y is **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. The difference in y for dry and moist air is small, and may here be neglected,... | |
| Balfour Stewart - 1897
...in augmenting the velocity, and, in fact, that the elasticity should l)e reckoned as yE, where y is **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. For air and elementary gases of low atomic weight, the value of y is about... | |
| Hygiene - 1897
...adiabatically from pressure p to pressure p, , will be raised to the temperature t=([") ;'.,, where ;'=V being **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. This mass of air must take up sufficient water to saturate itself at its volume,... | |
| Electronic journals - 1897
...volume. To obtain the corresponding ratio between the final and initial pressures we have where y is **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. The difference in y for dry and moist air is small, and may here be neglected,... | |
| Charles Lightfoot Barnes - Physics - 1897 - 214 pages
...in augmenting the velocity, and, in fact, that the elasticity should be reckoned as yE, where y is **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** that at constant volume. For air and elementary gases of low atomic weight, the value of y is about... | |
| 1906
...took unit mass of the substance instead of unit surface' Few knew the meaning of emissivity. Q. 7. If **the ratio of the specific heat of air at constant pressure to** the specific heat at constant volume is 1'40, find the rise of temperature produced in a mass of air... | |
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