Fw: Re: [Maxwells_Demon] Re: heat engines
- --- On Wed, 9/30/09, Autymn D. C. <lysdexia@...> wrote:
> From: Autymn D. C. <lysdexia@...>
> Subject: Re: [Maxwells_Demon] Re: heat engines
> To: Maxwells_Demon@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2009, 6:38 PM
> --- On Tue, 9/29/09, sharpstik <bk2@...>
> >i'd like to see that definition. heat is a relative
> term. any time a
> >substance is above absolute zero, there is heat, but it
> is only in
> >ralation to something that is relatively less energetic
> that it can be
> >described as "hot".
> phenomena -> phenomenon -> fainomenon
> heat -> warmth, T
> heat = shift in warmth, Q
> >how would an insulated area change its temperature?
> your statements seem
> >to contradict each other.
> There are many state functions other than temperature
> wherewith one can build a heat mill. If a stile of one
> medium can host a pressure slope, then why no slopes of
> other properties? It only takes another medium of
> unlike celerity to exploit their inequilibrium, such as
> between Graeff's gas and wire. Their freedoms are
> about 4–8 and 4–6. Either they must share the same
> cinetic energhy or the same temperature, but not both.
> But one would expect the interface to reach equilibrium.. (I
> wonder if his wire is magneticly insulated. There must
> be a screen of mail outside his tank.) but the two sides
> aren't in the same inertial frame.