Ideal Gas Behavior

This program investigates the behavior of an ideal gas. The gas can be compressed at constant temperature. The gas can be heated at constant pressure.  The gas can be heated at constant volume.  The gas can be made to expand adiabatically.The relationships between p,V and T,  which determine the state of the gas, can be investigated by proper control of the variables. Graphs can be plotted and values calculated to show these relationships. The gas can be taken through a closed cycle of changes. Results and graphs can be printed out as a record of the experimental work.


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