T-s Diagrams

Study about temperature-entropy with these T-s Diagrams to know deeper about the concept of the thermodynamic diagram. We provide a collection of T-s diagrams to use. Just click on the image of the diagram to download and print for more flexible use.

ts diagram of carnot cycle
ts diagram of carnot cycle
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A temperature–entropy diagram, or T–s diagram, is a thermodynamic diagram used in thermodynamics to visualize changes to temperature and specific entropy during a thermodynamic process or cycle as the graph of a curve. It is a useful and common tool, particularly because it helps to visualize the heat transfer during a process. For ideal processes, the area under the T–s curve of a process is the heat transferred to the system during that process.

ts diagram of diesel cycle
ts diagram of diesel cycle
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ts diagram of otto cycle
ts diagram of otto cycle
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A T-s diagram is the type of diagram most frequently used to analyze energy transfer system cycles. This is because the work done by or on the system and the heat added to or removed from the system can be visualized on the T-s diagram. Working fluids are often categorized on the basis of the shape of their T–s diagram. This diagram is very useful in power engineering because these devices are used in thermodynamic cycles of power plants.

ts diagram refrigeration cycle
ts diagram refrigeration cycle
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ts diagram water
ts diagram water
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All images provided above are examples of T-s diagrams. Hopefully, these diagrams and its bits of information will help you understand the temperature entropy. If you want to save the diagram, just click on the image of the diagram!