Subject: Where does the kenetic energy go during a Joules Thompson effect?
Date: Tue Apr 13 21:18:38 1999
Posted by Ray LeDay
Grade level: undergrad
School: Solano Community College
City: Fairfield State/Province: Ca
Area of science: Engineering
When a high density/ high pressure fluid goes through a valve ( pressure
reduction ) to a lower density/ lower pressure , in certain circumstances, the
fluid loses a large amount of heat within the fluid. Where does the temperature
or heat go?
Re: Where does the kenetic energy go during a Joules Thompson effect?
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