## < ⎙ 2 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Temperature ratio at the start and end of ramming process
Temperature Ratio=1+(((Velocity^2)*(Heat Capacity Ratio-1)))/(2*(Heat Capacity Ratio*[R]*initial temp.)) GO
Work =(Mass of Gas*[R]*(initial temp.-final temp.))/(Heat Capacity Ratio-1) GO

## < ⎙ 2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Theoretical Coefficient of Performance of a refrigerator
Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=Heat Extracted from Refrigerator/Work GO
Energy Performance Ratio of Heat Pump
Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=Heat Delivered to Body/Work GO

### COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) Formula

Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=1/(Compression or Expansion Ratio^((Heat Capacity Ratio-1)/Heat Capacity Ratio)-1)
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## What is Bell Coleman cycle?

The Bell Coleman Cycle (also called as the Joule or "reverse" Brayton cycle) is a refrigeration cycle where the working fluid is a gas that is compressed and expanded, but does not change phase.

## How to Calculate COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ)?

COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) calculator uses Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=1/(Compression or Expansion Ratio^((Heat Capacity Ratio-1)/Heat Capacity Ratio)-1) to calculate the Theoretical Coefficient of Performance, The COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) = 1 / (Compression ratio^((Adiabatic index -1)/Adiabatic_index) -1). Theoretical Coefficient of Performance and is denoted by COPtheoretical symbol.

How to calculate COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ), enter Heat Capacity Ratio (γ) and Compression or Expansion Ratio (rp) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.154646 = 1/(2^((10-1)/10)-1).

### FAQ

What is COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ)?
The COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) = 1 / (Compression ratio^((Adiabatic index -1)/Adiabatic_index) -1) and is represented as COPtheoretical=1/(rp^((γ-1)/γ)-1) or Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=1/(Compression or Expansion Ratio^((Heat Capacity Ratio-1)/Heat Capacity Ratio)-1). The heat capacity ratio, also known as the adiabatic index, the ratio of specific heats, or Laplace's coefficient, is the ratio of the heat capacity at constant pressure (Cp) to heat capacity at constant volume (Cv). It is sometimes also known as the isentropic expansion factor and is denoted by γ (gamma) for an ideal gas and Compression or Expansion Ratio for known pressures.
How to calculate COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ)?
The COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ) = 1 / (Compression ratio^((Adiabatic index -1)/Adiabatic_index) -1) is calculated using Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=1/(Compression or Expansion Ratio^((Heat Capacity Ratio-1)/Heat Capacity Ratio)-1). To calculate COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Compression ratio and adiabatic index(γ), you need Heat Capacity Ratio (γ) and Compression or Expansion Ratio (rp). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Heat Capacity Ratio and Compression or Expansion Ratio and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Theoretical Coefficient of Performance?
In this formula, Theoretical Coefficient of Performance uses Heat Capacity Ratio and Compression or Expansion Ratio. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=Heat Extracted from Refrigerator/Work
• Theoretical Coefficient of Performance=Heat Delivered to Body/Work
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