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Flow Of Presentation
? Introduction
? Relation b/w Carnot and Ideal Cycle
? Carnot Cycle
? Stirling Cycle
? Diesel Cycle
? Rankine Cycle
? Reheat Cycle
? Q/A session
Page 2


Flow Of Presentation
? Introduction
? Relation b/w Carnot and Ideal Cycle
? Carnot Cycle
? Stirling Cycle
? Diesel Cycle
? Rankine Cycle
? Reheat Cycle
? Q/A session
Thermodynamic cycle
Introduction
? STATEMENT
’’Thermodynamic processes that involve the 
transference of heat and work into and out of the 
system by varying pressure, temperature, and other 
state variables within the system’’
Page 3


Flow Of Presentation
? Introduction
? Relation b/w Carnot and Ideal Cycle
? Carnot Cycle
? Stirling Cycle
? Diesel Cycle
? Rankine Cycle
? Reheat Cycle
? Q/A session
Thermodynamic cycle
Introduction
? STATEMENT
’’Thermodynamic processes that involve the 
transference of heat and work into and out of the 
system by varying pressure, temperature, and other 
state variables within the system’’
Thermodynamics cycle
Ideal Cycle
A cycle that resembles the actual cycle closely but is made up 
totally of internally reversible processes is called an Ideal 
cycle.
Carnot Cycle : Infect , it is a type of an ideal Cycle because
carnot cycle has maximum efficiency closer to ideal cycle.
Page 4


Flow Of Presentation
? Introduction
? Relation b/w Carnot and Ideal Cycle
? Carnot Cycle
? Stirling Cycle
? Diesel Cycle
? Rankine Cycle
? Reheat Cycle
? Q/A session
Thermodynamic cycle
Introduction
? STATEMENT
’’Thermodynamic processes that involve the 
transference of heat and work into and out of the 
system by varying pressure, temperature, and other 
state variables within the system’’
Thermodynamics cycle
Ideal Cycle
A cycle that resembles the actual cycle closely but is made up 
totally of internally reversible processes is called an Ideal 
cycle.
Carnot Cycle : Infect , it is a type of an ideal Cycle because
carnot cycle has maximum efficiency closer to ideal cycle.
Thermodynamics cycle
Carnot Cycle
1-2 Reversible Isothermal Expansion (Heat Addition)
2-3 Reversible Adiabatic expansion
3-4 Reversible Isothermal compression (Heat Rejection)
4-1 Reversible Adiabatic Compression
Page 5


Flow Of Presentation
? Introduction
? Relation b/w Carnot and Ideal Cycle
? Carnot Cycle
? Stirling Cycle
? Diesel Cycle
? Rankine Cycle
? Reheat Cycle
? Q/A session
Thermodynamic cycle
Introduction
? STATEMENT
’’Thermodynamic processes that involve the 
transference of heat and work into and out of the 
system by varying pressure, temperature, and other 
state variables within the system’’
Thermodynamics cycle
Ideal Cycle
A cycle that resembles the actual cycle closely but is made up 
totally of internally reversible processes is called an Ideal 
cycle.
Carnot Cycle : Infect , it is a type of an ideal Cycle because
carnot cycle has maximum efficiency closer to ideal cycle.
Thermodynamics cycle
Carnot Cycle
1-2 Reversible Isothermal Expansion (Heat Addition)
2-3 Reversible Adiabatic expansion
3-4 Reversible Isothermal compression (Heat Rejection)
4-1 Reversible Adiabatic Compression
Thermodynamics cycle
Stirling cycle
1-2 Reversible Isothermal Expansion (Heat Addition)
2-3 Reversible Adiabatic expansion
3-4 Reversible Isothermal compression (Heat Rejection)
4-1 Reversible Adiabatic Compression
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