### Definition of Isentropically

1. Adverb. In an isentropic way. ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Isentropically

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### Literary usage of Isentropically

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Theory of Heat Engines by William Inchley (1922)
"(i) The dryness after expansion when steam at 280° F. and of dryness o-8 per square inch absolute expands isentropically to 15 pounds per square expands ..."

2. The Theory of Heat Engines by William Inchley (1913)
"13- Steam at a pressure of 150 pounds per square inch absolute is superheated 60" F. and then expands isentropically. At what pressure will the steam become ..."

3. Elements of Physics by Edward Leamington Nichols, Ernest John Andrews, William Suddards Franklin, Howard Newell Howland (1904)
"This mixture is then compressed isentropically to 110 cubic inches. What is the pressure of the mixed gas before explosion. (Assume k equal to 1.4 for this ..."

4. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld, William Nichols Barnard (1915)
"It expands isentropically to 25 Ibs. per sq. ... (c) Find intrinsic heat change during process. isentropically until its pressure is reduced 50 JUT cent; ..."

5. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld (1915)
"It expands isentropically to 25 Ibs. per sq. in. abs. (a) Find volume occupied by steam before expansion (/>) Find quality at end of expansion, ..."

6. The Temperature-entropy Diagram by Charles William Berry (1905)
"The ideal engine, supplied with steam of condition c', would expand isentropically along c'ct to the back pressure at h. Hence the area c'dd¡c¡, ..."

7. The Temperature-entropy Diagram by Charles William Berry (1908)
"Again, the ideal engine, supplied with steam of condition d, would expand isentropically to k. The area under de, for the actual engine, thus represents a ..."

8. Energy: Work, Heat and Transformations by Sidney Armor Reeve (1909)
"The heat must then drop its temperature, performing work, isentropically; 3. The heat then rejected must pass to the refrigerator, or absorbent, ..."

9. The Theory of Heat Engines by William Inchley (1922)
"(i) The dryness after expansion when steam at 280° F. and of dryness o-8 per square inch absolute expands isentropically to 15 pounds per square expands ..."

10. The Theory of Heat Engines by William Inchley (1913)
"13- Steam at a pressure of 150 pounds per square inch absolute is superheated 60" F. and then expands isentropically. At what pressure will the steam become ..."

11. Elements of Physics by Edward Leamington Nichols, Ernest John Andrews, William Suddards Franklin, Howard Newell Howland (1904)
"This mixture is then compressed isentropically to 110 cubic inches. What is the pressure of the mixed gas before explosion. (Assume k equal to 1.4 for this ..."

12. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld, William Nichols Barnard (1915)
"It expands isentropically to 25 Ibs. per sq. ... (c) Find intrinsic heat change during process. isentropically until its pressure is reduced 50 JUT cent; ..."

13. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld (1915)
"It expands isentropically to 25 Ibs. per sq. in. abs. (a) Find volume occupied by steam before expansion (/>) Find quality at end of expansion, ..."

14. The Temperature-entropy Diagram by Charles William Berry (1905)
"The ideal engine, supplied with steam of condition c', would expand isentropically along c'ct to the back pressure at h. Hence the area c'dd¡c¡, ..."

15. The Temperature-entropy Diagram by Charles William Berry (1908)
"Again, the ideal engine, supplied with steam of condition d, would expand isentropically to k. The area under de, for the actual engine, thus represents a ..."

16. Energy: Work, Heat and Transformations by Sidney Armor Reeve (1909)
"The heat must then drop its temperature, performing work, isentropically; 3. The heat then rejected must pass to the refrigerator, or absorbent, ..."