Question: The working substance of a cyclic heat engine is 0 75
The working substance of a cyclic heat engine is 0.75 kg of an ideal gas. The cycle consists of two isobaric processes and two isometric processes, as shown in Fig. 12.26. What would be the efficiency of a Carnot engine operating with the same high-temperature and low-temperature reservoirs?
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