first law of thermodynamics

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Synonyms for first law of thermodynamics

the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes

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The 1st Law RHR results mirror the same trends seen in the pressure traces, and are given for the 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% load conditions in Figure 2.
By examing [N.sub.2]O concentrations and their relationships to controlling variables in 2 New Zealand soils beneath grazed pasture, the objectives of this study were to: (i) predict [N.sub.2]O emission by applying Fick's 1st Law, (ii) evaluate the subsurface gas sampling system in soils with contrasting drainage and moisture regimes, and (iii) determine the direct [N.sub.2]O emission factor (i.e.
In it "it is still necessary to respond to the most deprived populations, and for this was created the 1st Law program that aims to arrive on April 25, 2024 and eliminated all situations of severe housing shortages that still affect 27 thousand families" .
The Government has defined "as a priority, in the new generation of housing policies, the 1st Law program, which aims to ensure the 26 thousand families living in unworthy conditions, that on April 25, 2024, no family will live in conditions without dignity, he recalled.
Bam's 1st law in the 17th Congress and 18th in his four years as senator.
The Bid Bond shall not be accepted if they have time power less than ten (10) months from the date of tender (Article 24 Fri the 2nd JIS and Article 157 Fri the 1st Law. 4281/2014).