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Keenan's definition:

ref: Keenan, Joseph H., Thermodynamics, The MIT Press, paperbook 1970, original J. Wiley & Sons, 1941, QC311K26 1970 Science library

the maximum work which can result from interaction of system and medium when only cyclic changes occur in external things except for the rise of a weight. page 290 medium: environment, atmosphere of infinite extent in which system operates; - in most stable state - all parts at rest relative to each other - homogeneous in temperature and composition - uniform in pressure at any height in gravitational field to be shown: Availability = E + p o V To S Eo + p o Vo To So

) (

po , To pressure and temperature of medium (and of system at dead state - no more possibility of obtaining work)

Eo , Vo , So ; energy, volume and entropy of system in dead state first show when exchange of heat can occur between system and medium only, the maximum amount of work which can be delivered beyond the boundaries of the medium when the system changes from one state to another is the work which is delivered when the change is in every respect reversible assume such process exists: consider complementary reversed process with both rev and irrev - it (irrev) will violate second law in same way can show same work occurs between any reversible processes next determine work delivered when system goes from state 1 to 2 ininfinitesimal step t

Q T

+ if into, - if out of

Q T

Q := TS S

S :=

Q work To T T

not only work done by system ... volume can expand, etc any change in volume dV is resisted by the medium with pressure p o therefore work done by system - the amount of which can be received by things other then the medium is then ...

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Q p o dV dV

Q Wnet collect , T dE p o dV + To T

cancels

Q Wnet = dE + To p o dV T Q T = dS

Wnet = dE p o dV + To dS it follows that the maximum amount of work that can be delivered by each step is then the decrease in ... maximum decrease is to the dead state if system state changes from 1 to 2 increase in availability is ... E2 + p o V2 To S2 E1 + p o V1 To S1

E + p o V To S

Availability_at_state = E + p o V To S Eo + p o Vo To So

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which is negative unless work or heat is supplied TO the system from a source other than the medium

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