A van der Waals gas is going through a JouleThomson process that keeps the enthalpy H constant. A van der

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A van der Waals gas is going through a Joule–Thomson process that keeps the enthalpy H constant. A van der Waals gas in characterised by the following equations of state,image

and the amount of gas is constant, i.e. N = const. Use the condition dH = 0 in order to obtain an expression for the derivative dT/dV. Determine the temperature T0 at which this derivative changes sign.

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Principles Of Thermodynamics

ISBN: 9781108426091

1st Edition

Authors: Jean-Philippe Ansermet, Sylvain D. Brechet

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Chapter # 6
Section: EXERCISE
Problem: 11
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