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Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator
Coefficient of performance of refrigerator=heat lower /refrigerator work GO
Carnot Cycle of Refrigerator
Carnot cycle of refrigerator=1/(heat lower /heat high-1) GO
Absolute Temperature
Absolute temperature=heat lower /heat high GO
work of heat pump
work of heat pump=heat high-heat lower GO
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refrigerator work=heat high-heat lower GO
Real Refrigerator
Real Refrigerator=heat lower /Work GO

Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump Formula

carnot cycle of heat pump =heat high/(heat high-heat lower )
Cpump=Hhigh/(Hhigh-Hlow)
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What is Carnot cycle?

The Carnot cycle is a theoretical ideal thermodynamic cycle . It provides an upper limit on the efficiency that any classical thermodynamic engine can achieve during the conversion of heat into work, or conversely, the efficiency of a refrigeration system in creating a temperature difference by the application of work to the system. It is not an actual thermodynamic cycle but is a theoretical construct.

How to Calculate Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump?

Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump calculator uses carnot cycle of heat pump =heat high/(heat high-heat lower ) to calculate the carnot cycle of heat pump , Carnot cycle of Heat Pump is a reversible cycle so the four processes that comprise it, two isothermal and two isentropic, can also be reversed. carnot cycle of heat pump and is denoted by Cpump symbol.

How to calculate Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump, enter heat high (Hhigh) and heat lower (Hlow) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump calculation can be explained with given input values -> -1 = 500/(500-1000).

FAQ

What is Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump?
Carnot cycle of Heat Pump is a reversible cycle so the four processes that comprise it, two isothermal and two isentropic, can also be reversed and is represented as Cpump=Hhigh/(Hhigh-Hlow) or carnot cycle of heat pump =heat high/(heat high-heat lower ). heat high is the heat to the body at a higher temperature and heat lower is heat of the material at a lower temperature.
How to calculate Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump?
Carnot cycle of Heat Pump is a reversible cycle so the four processes that comprise it, two isothermal and two isentropic, can also be reversed is calculated using carnot cycle of heat pump =heat high/(heat high-heat lower ). To calculate Carnot Cycle of Heat Pump, you need heat high (Hhigh) and heat lower (Hlow). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for heat high and heat lower and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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