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1 Deﬁnitions

h = Enthalpy (J/kg) e = The speciﬁc internal energy in a gas (J/kg) (Note: This is in some books given the name u) R = Gas constant (Value is: 287J/(kgK)) (J/(kgK)) T = The temperature of a certain amount of gas (K) p = Pressure (P a = N/m2 )

1 v = Speciﬁc volume (deﬁned as ρ ) (m3 /kg)

δq = The added heat into a certain amount of gas (J) c = Speciﬁc heat (J/(kgK)) cv = Speciﬁc heat at constant volume (For air: cv = 717J/(kgK)) (J/(kgK)) cp = Speciﬁc heat at constant pressure (For air: cp = 1004J/(kgK)) (J/(kgK)) γ = Ratio of speciﬁc heats (Value for normal air is: 1.4) (dimensionless) ρ = Density (kg/m3 )

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Enthalpy

The enthalpy h is deﬁned as follows: h = e + RT = e + pv To diﬀerentiate that, the chain rule must be applied, since neither p or v are constant. So: dh = de + pdv + vdp (2.2) (2.1)

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Speciﬁc heat

Note: Almost all of the following formulas apply in general, as long as the gas is a perfect gas. From basic thermodynamics, it can be derived that: δq = de + pdv (3.1)

When adding an amount of heat to 1 kg of a gas, the temperature of the gas increases. The relation is (per deﬁnition): c= δq dT (3.2)

The addition of heat can be done in multiple ways. If the volume is kept constant (thus dv = 0), the following formulas apply: cv = δq dT (3.3)

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For that we will use the enthalpy.1) These important relations are called the isentropic ﬂow relations.4) But if the pressure is kept constant (thus dp = 0). it can be derived that: p2 v2 = −γ ln p1 v1 p1 = p2 ρ1 ρ2 γ p Using the equation of state ( ρ = RT ) it can also be derived that: p1 = p2 T1 T2 γ γ−1 And by combining these two formulas. and are only relevant to compressible ﬂow.6) Between the two speciﬁc heat constants are interesting relationships.7) cp T − cv T h−e RT = = =R T T T 4 Speciﬁc heat ratio in isentropic processes An isentropic process is both an adiabatic process (δq = 0) as a reversible process (no friction forces). Their diﬀerence can be derived: cp − cv = And their ratio is (per deﬁnition): γ= cp cv (3. one can also derive the following formula: p1 = p2 ρ1 ρ2 γ = T1 T2 γ γ−1 (4. 2 . The following formulas now apply: cp = δq dT (3. Suppose there is an isentropic process present. it is slightly more diﬃcult.cv dT = δq = de + pdv = de e = cv T (3. It can in that case be shown that: cp dv dv dp =− = −γ p cv v v Integrating that equation and working out the results would give us: ln 1 And since v = ρ .5) cp dT = δq = de + pdv = dh − vdp = dh h = cp T (3.

Therefore δq = dh − vdp = 0.2) (5. Integrating. and working out the results of it. (5. and since the Euler 1 equation says that dp = −ρV dV we know that dh + vρV dV = 0.5 Energy equation We still assume an isentropic process (so δq = 0). However. would give: 1 1 h1 + V12 = h2 + V22 2 2 And since h = cp T . v = ρ so also dh + V dV = 0.1) 3 . also the following equation is true: 1 1 cp T1 + V12 = cp T2 + V22 2 2 This equation is called the energy equation.

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