## AravindG 2 years ago In which thermodynamic process is maximum work done ?Isobaric or isothermal ?

1. AravindG

@.Sam.

2. AravindG

@yrelhan4 remember?

3. UnkleRhaukus

@Frostbite

4. AravindG

5. yrelhan4

isobaric, i guess.. constant p.. max area under v graph.

6. AravindG

Ya I marked that in exam ..but this link confuses me now ..Some are saying its isothermal . http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080104135654AAc5Wv3

7. yrelhan4

pv*

8. yrelhan4

idk. :o

9. AravindG

:/

10. yrelhan4

@DLS

11. DLS

Isobaric

12. yrelhan4

but we were given the graph right. so irrespective of what that link says, answer to that question should be isobaric.

13. AravindG

Yeah you got a point there ..I hope the answer key is favourable to us !

14. AravindG

Thanks evryone for trying :)

15. DLS

trying? :P

16. AravindG

lol

17. yrelhan4

how abou the question on optics? with a glass of water, 50 cm of water.?

18. AravindG

I forgot the question !

19. AravindG

Did you get the definite integral question ?

20. yrelhan4

nvm. and the rms speed one.. we were given the work done in isothermal process. i messed up the calculations :/

21. AravindG

yeah ..Cant wait to get the key ..For the definite integral question I got answer as pi/4

22. yrelhan4

we wont be getting the answer key.. do younremember the answer of the rms speed one? and the bonial question? t3r and tr+1 it was most prolly.. what was its answer?

23. AravindG

no I dont remember those :/

24. AravindG

why not getting answer key ?

25. yrelhan4

it was pi/4. it was an rd shrma question.. but i didnt mark it.. i wasnt getting the exact anseer and got confused.. they wont give us the answer key. they will only give us the questions paper with our marked answers..

26. AravindG

thats np ..I bet within an hour after they publish it resonance and fiitjee will prepare the key :)

27. yrelhan4

any idea about the binomial one... was it 2r+1?? just in case you have an idea?

28. AravindG

Sorry I dont remember :/

29. yrelhan4

np.. i wont be scoring high anyway.

30. AravindG

My facv question "Which vitamin's deficiency causes rickets ?" :P

31. AravindG

*fav

32. DLS

D?

33. AravindG

;)

34. DLS

I CLEARED IIT :")

35. AravindG

lol

36. AravindG

There are 89 questions other than that :)

37. yrelhan4

well aravind. tell me when you get frustrated right? what was the answer to the isostructural question in chem?

38. AravindG

@yrelhan4 dont loose hope ! Pray to god and have faith !

39. AravindG

I dont remember that also !

40. DLS

arre yaar koi mera question dekho ? :/

41. AravindG

still no idea when they publish qn paper @yrelhan4 ?

42. AravindG

@DLS aram se bhai :)

43. yrelhan4

haha np aravind. baad me dekhunga @DLS :P nope.. they wont be doing it anytime soon. not before may starts. just a guess lol.

44. DLS

45. AravindG

o.O Why cant ur guesses be some near dates ? lol

46. yrelhan4

ok i gtg. see you later.

47. AravindG

ok bye !

48. DLS

@AravindG any idea about that question >.< ?

49. AravindG

@shubhamsrg do you think its isobaric?

50. DLS

51. DLS

@aravindG and @yrelhan4 ^^

52. armstrongnyoni

I think it should be isobaric

53. Vincent-Lyon.Fr

The initial question is not so well worded, I think. If you start from the same conditions and you compress a gas to a given final volume, then there necessary work goes from max to min: a) adiabatic (the work done also contributes to heat the gas, so a lot of work has to be done) b) isothermal (all the work you put in goes out as heat) c) isobaric (you make it easier by cooling the gas that will compress more easily)

54. AravindG

@Vincent-Lyon.Fr we were just given that figure and asked in which process more work is done . I think they wanted to test our understanding that area under graph gives work done in a process

55. Vincent-Lyon.Fr

Definitely.