# Heat Engine

## Devices used to convert heat energy to kinetic energy that can be used to do work.

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## Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics (the law of thermal equilibrium) - Overview

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## The First Law of Thermodynamics - Overview

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## The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Overview

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## Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics (the law of thermal equilibrium) - Example 1

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Determining the direction of heat flow for two or more objects in contact with each other
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## The First Law of Thermodynamics - Example 1

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Solving problems involving the change in internal energy of a system using ÎU = Q - W
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## The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Example 3

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Recognizing examples of the second law of thermodynamics
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## Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics - Example 3

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Solving problems involving the amount of work done by a heat engine using the equation W[net]= Q[h] - Q[c]
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## Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics - Example 4

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Measuring the efficiency of a heat engine using the equation eff = 1 - (Q[c]) / (Q[h])
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## The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Example 1

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Solving problems involving the change in entropy of a system using the equation ƊS = S[final]- S[initial]
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## The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Example 2

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Solving problems involving the change in entropy of a system using the equation ΔS = (q[rev]) / (T) where q[rev] is the heat added to a reversible process
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## Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics - Example 1

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Solving problems involving the amount of work done by an ideal gas using the equation W = PÎV
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## Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics - Example 2

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Solving problems involving the amount of work done by calculating the area under a P vs. V graph
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