Definition of Isothermally

1. Adverb. In an isothermal manner; at constant temperature ¹



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Definition of Isothermally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isothermally

isosurfaces
isosymmetric
isosynchronous
isotach
isotachophoresis
isotachs
isotactic
isotacticity
isotaxy
isotheral
isothere
isotheres
isotherm
isothermal
isothermality
isothermally (current term)
isothermals
isothermic
isothermobath
isothermobathic
isothermobaths
isotherms
isotherombrose
isotherombroses
isothiazole
isothiazoles
isothiazolidine
isothiazolidines
isothiazolidinium
isothiazolinone

Literary usage of Isothermally

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1. A Text-book of Physics: Heat by John Henry Poynting, Joseph John Thomson (1906)
"Heat taken in when a Body expands isothermally—Heat to a neighbouring Adiabatic the same by all paths—Change in Temperature when a Body undergoes a small ..."

2. Notes on Thermodynamics by Henry Wilson Spangler (1901)
"15 the heat added isothermally to any substance. In Fig. 14 the VOLUME ENTROPY F1G. 14. FlG. 15. isothermal may be a rectangular hyperbola if we are dealing ..."

3. Heat and Heat-engines: A Study of the Principles which Underlie the by Frederick Remsen Hutton (1899)
"Temperature - entropy Diagram of a Hot - air Engine Changing Temperatures Non-isothermally.—The Stirling and Ericsson ..."

4. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld, William Nichols Barnard (1915)
"Find the work done by 0.5 Ib. of carbon dioxide expanding isothermally at ... Five pounds of air expand isothermally from a pressure of 120 Ibs. per sq. in. ..."

5. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld (1915)
"Find the entropy change of gas which is compressed isothermally from a ... If 5 Ibs. of air expand isothermally from a pressure of 100 Ibs. per sq. in. to a ..."

6. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1902)
"From B to C. Addition of heat isothermally. From C to D. Adiabatic expansion to a pressure below atmospheric. From D to F Cooling isothermally to ..."

7. A Text-book of Physics: Heat by John Henry Poynting, Joseph John Thomson (1906)
"Heat taken in when a Body expands isothermally—Heat to a neighbouring Adiabatic the same by all paths—Change in Temperature when a Body undergoes a small ..."

8. Notes on Thermodynamics by Henry Wilson Spangler (1901)
"15 the heat added isothermally to any substance. In Fig. 14 the VOLUME ENTROPY F1G. 14. FlG. 15. isothermal may be a rectangular hyperbola if we are dealing ..."

9. Heat and Heat-engines: A Study of the Principles which Underlie the by Frederick Remsen Hutton (1899)
"Temperature - entropy Diagram of a Hot - air Engine Changing Temperatures Non-isothermally.—The Stirling and Ericsson ..."

10. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld, William Nichols Barnard (1915)
"Find the work done by 0.5 Ib. of carbon dioxide expanding isothermally at ... Five pounds of air expand isothermally from a pressure of 120 Ibs. per sq. in. ..."

11. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld (1915)
"Find the entropy change of gas which is compressed isothermally from a ... If 5 Ibs. of air expand isothermally from a pressure of 100 Ibs. per sq. in. to a ..."

12. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1902)
"From B to C. Addition of heat isothermally. From C to D. Adiabatic expansion to a pressure below atmospheric. From D to F Cooling isothermally to ..."

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