Processes in Which One Intensive Variable is Constant
Here is our generic process path depicting a series of states the system passes through during a process.
When one intensive property remains constant during a process, it is often designated with an iso- prefix.
This lesson will explain the special simplifications of the First Law of Thermodynamics that are applicable to
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