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Actual work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is produced
Actual work=Thermodynamic efficiency*Ideal work GO
Actual work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required
Actual work=Ideal work/Thermodynamic efficiency GO
Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is produced
Ideal work=Actual work/Thermodynamic efficiency GO
Thermodynamic efficiency when work is required
Thermodynamic efficiency=Ideal work/Actual work GO
Thermodynamic efficiency when work is produced
Thermodynamic efficiency=Actual work/Ideal work GO
Lost work when ideal and actual work are given
Lost work=Actual work-Ideal work GO
Ideal work when lost and actual work are given
Ideal work=Actual work-Lost work GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is produced
Ideal work=Actual work/Thermodynamic efficiency GO
Ideal work when lost and actual work are given
Ideal work=Actual work-Lost work GO

Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required Formula

Ideal work=Thermodynamic efficiency*Actual work
W<sub>ideal</sub>=η<sub>t</sub>*W<sub>actual</sub>
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Rate of Lost work when rates of ideal and actual work are given GO
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Rate of Actual work when rates of ideal and lost work are given GO

Define thermodynamic efficiency.

Thermodynamic efficiency is defined as the ratio of work output to heat-energy input in a heat-engine cycle or of heat energy removal to work input in a refrigeration cycle. In thermodynamics, thermal efficiency is a dimensionless performance measure of a device that uses thermal energy, such as an internal combustion engine, a steam turbine or a steam engine, a boiler, furnace, or a refrigerator for example. For a heat engine, thermal efficiency is the fraction of the energy added by heat (primary energy) that is converted to net work output (secondary energy). In the case of a refrigeration or heat pump cycle, thermal efficiency is the ratio of net heat output for heating, or removal for cooling, to energy input (the coefficient of performance).

How to Calculate Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required?

Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required calculator uses Ideal work=Thermodynamic efficiency*Actual work to calculate the Ideal work, The Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required formula is defined as the product of the thermodynamic efficiency and the actual work when the condition is work is required. Ideal work and is denoted by Wideal symbol.

How to calculate Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required, enter Thermodynamic efficiency t) and Actual work (Wactual) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5000 = 50*100000.

FAQ

What is Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required?
The Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required formula is defined as the product of the thermodynamic efficiency and the actual work when the condition is work is required and is represented as Widealt*Wactual or Ideal work=Thermodynamic efficiency*Actual work. Thermodynamic efficiency is defined as the ratio of desired output to required input and Actual work is defined as the work done by the system or on the system considering all conditions.
How to calculate Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required?
The Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required formula is defined as the product of the thermodynamic efficiency and the actual work when the condition is work is required is calculated using Ideal work=Thermodynamic efficiency*Actual work. To calculate Ideal work when thermodynamic efficiency is given and the condition is work is required, you need Thermodynamic efficiency t) and Actual work (Wactual). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Thermodynamic efficiency and Actual work 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 Ideal work?
In this formula, Ideal work uses Thermodynamic efficiency and Actual work. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Ideal work=Actual work/Thermodynamic efficiency
  • Ideal work=Actual work-Lost work
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