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Power law in thermodynamic processes theoretically approaches infinity

Power law in thermodynamic processes theoretically approaches infinity

Pedro Hugo García Peláez

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© Pedro Hugo Garcia Pelaez, 2016

If liken the human body to a table, if it oscillates with its natural frequency of oscillation, I realized that body fat decreased and considered that the work of this body swaying in the water turned fat into a gaseous state faster.

In a sauna at a constant temperature, when it was a muscular exercise with movements of different internal parts of the body, which coincided with its own period of natural oscillation, for example muscle fibrils biceps, the human body sweat more, and I felt that toxins quickly melted into a liquid state by producing sweat.

In both processes the energy produced by a forced oscillator per unit time is increased if its natural oscillation frequency coincides with the natural frequency of natural oscillation of the body. This process is called resonance.

In this case the ROM goes to infinity so that the machine power theoretically approaches infinity.

In a simple example two ice cubes in two containers in an isobaric process, heat transfer and constant volume.

Heat variation on one of the two glasses is higher if the oscillating force applied has a natural oscillation frequency that matches the natural frequency of oscillation of the ice cube.


Power law in thermodynamic processes theoretically approaches infinity

  • ISBN: 9781310241383
  • Author: Pedro Hugo García Peláez
  • Published: 2016-02-04 04:05:34
  • Words: 273
Power law in thermodynamic processes theoretically approaches infinity Power law in thermodynamic processes theoretically approaches infinity