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List of adiabatic concepts

Adiabatic (from Gr.negative + διάβασις passage; transference) refers to any process that occurs without heat transfer. This concept is used in many areas of physics and engineering. Notable examples are listed below.

Contents

  • Automobiles 1
  • Meteorology 2
  • Quantum chemistry 3
  • Thermodynamics 4
  • Quantum mechanics 5
  • Electronics 6
  • Carbohydrate chemistry 7
  • Extraction 8
  • References 9

Automobiles

  • Engine braking, a feature of some diesel engines, uses adiabatic expansion to diminish the vehicle's forward momentum.

Meteorology

  • Adiabatic lapse rate, the change in air temperature with changing height, resulting from pressure change.

Quantum chemistry

Thermodynamics

Quantum mechanics

Electronics

Carbohydrate chemistry

Extraction

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References

  1. ^ Adiabatic Extraction process
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