ATMS301_LECTURE8 - REVERSIBLE AND IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES AND ENTROPY(UNCOMPLETED)

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WHAT IS DIABATIC PROCESS?
dq doesnt equal 0, when adiabatic assumptions may be violated becasue of dabatic processes
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why is potential temperature not conserved for a diabatic process?
the parcel interacts wth the environment thermall and mechanically
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stable equilibrium?
small variations don't take the system from equillibrium state
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unstable equillibrium?
small variations do that the system from equillibrium state
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WHAT IS A REVERSIBLE PROCESS?
THE SYSTEM AND ENVIRONMENT CAN BE RETURNED TO IT'S ORIGINAL STATE
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WHAT IS AN IRREVERSIBLE PROCESS?
THE SYSTEM AND ENVIRONMENT CAN'T BE RETURED TO IT'S ORIGINAL STATE
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SPECIFIC ENTROPY?
ds = (dq/T)rev
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how does specific entropy relate to potential temp?
ds = CpdlnT - Rd.dlnp
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what are inc in specific entropy of a gas associated with?
inc temp and vol, but a decrease in pa
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why is potential temperature not conserved for a diabatic process?

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stable equilibrium?

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