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  1. The Second Law of Thermodynamics: Memoirs by Carnot, Clausius, and Thomson by Rudolf Clausius, Sadi Carnot, et all 2010-04-20
  2. Sadi Carnot: L'ingenieur de la Republique (French Edition) by Patrick Harismendy, 1995
  3. L'anarchiste et son juge: A propos de l'assassinat de Sadi Carnot (French Edition) by Pierre Truche, 1994
  4. Réflexions Sur La Puissance Motrice Du Feu Et Sur Les Machines Propres À Développer Cette Puissance by Sadi Carnot, 2010-02-16
  5. Betrachtungen Über Die Bewegende Kraft Des Feuers: Und Die Zur Entwickelung Dieser Kraft Geeigneten Maschinen (German Edition) by Wilhelm Ostwald, Sadi Carnot, 2010-04-08
  6. Reflexions on the Motive Power of Fire by Sadi Carnot, 1986-06
  7. Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire by Sadi Carnot, 1992-06
  8. Betrachtungen Über Die Bewegende Kraft Des Feuers: Und Die Zur Entwickelung Dieser Kraft Geeigneten Maschinen (German Edition) by Wilhelm Ostwald, Sadi Carnot, 2010-03-09
  9. Betrachtungen über die bewegende Kraft des Feuers by Sadi; Mayer, Robert; Clausius, R Carnot, 2003
  10. Reflexions Sur La Puissance Motrice Du Feu Et Sur Les Machines Propres A Developper Cette Puissance (1824) (French Edition) by Sadi Carnot, 2010-09-10
  11. Betrachtungen Uber Die Bewegende Kraft Des Feuers: Und Die Zur Entwickelung Dieser Kraft Geeigneten Maschinen (1892) (German Edition) by Sadi Carnot, 2010-05-22
  12. Reflections on the Motive Power of Heat and on Machines Fitted to Develop This Power by Sadi Carnot, 2009-12-21
  13. Chemins De Fer De L'Etat: Conseil D'Administration (1879) (French Edition) by Sadi Carnot, 2010-04-18
  14. Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire: And Other Papers on the Second Law of Thermodynamics (Dover Books on Physics) by Sadi Carnot, 2005-10-03

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Biography of Sadi Carnot (17961832)

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4. Carnot, Sadi. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
Carnot, Sadi. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001

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Sadi Carnot Reflections on the Motive Power of Heat 1825 Section 1 Forward, Photo of Carnot, and The Work of Carnot

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Sadi Carnot French military man who died young but left a very important book on the nature of heat. His

7. Sadi Carnot And The Second Law Of Thermodynamics - Resonance -
Sadi Carnot and the Second Law of Thermodynamics J Srinivasan

8. Carnot, Sadi Encyclop Dia Britannica
Carnot, Sadi French scientist who described the Carnot cycle, relating to the theory of heat engines.

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Sadi Carnot (1796 1832) France He studied the thermodynamics of steam engines and came up with the idea of an "ideal engine" and the "Carnot

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Sadi Carnot (17961832). Picture composed by S. Uchii, from a portrait. in theLibrary, Univ. of California, Berkeley
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13. Sadi Carnot - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot (17961832), French physicist; Marie François SadiCarnot (1837-1894), president of the third French Republic
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14. Sadi Carnot
Sadi Carnot was the eldest son of Lazare Carnot and he was born in the Palais du His younger brother was Hippolyte Carnot. At the time of Sadi s birth,
Sadi Carnot was the eldest son of Lazare Carnot and he was born in the Palais du Petit-Luxembourg. His younger brother was Hippolyte Carnot. At the time of Sadi's birth, his father was a member of the Directory, the French Revolutionary government which lasted four years from November 1795 to November 1799. Sadi was given named after a medieval Persian poet and philosopher called Sadi of Shiraz. Sadi Carnot was born at a time of unrest and political turmoil in France and, due the position of his father, whose fortunes changed dramatically many times, he was brought up in a totally unstable environment of interacting politics and science. His father was appointed to the high office of Napoleon's minister of war in 1799. Lazare Carnot resigned in 1807 and devoted himself to the education of his two sons. His famous work on the motive power of heat (Réflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu, 1824 is concerned with the relation between heat and mechanical energy. Carnot devised an ideal engine in which a gas is allowed to expand to do work, absorbing heat in the process, and is expanded again without transfer of heat but with a temperature drop. The gas is then compressed, heat being given off, and finally it is returned to its original condition by another compression, accompanied by a rise in temperature. This series of operations, known as Carnot's cycle, shows that even under ideal conditions a heat engine cannot convert into mechanical energy all the heat energy supplied to it; some of the heat energy must be rejected. This is an illustration of the second law of thermodynamics. Carnot's work anticipated that of Joule, Kelvin, and others.

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16. Sadi Carnot
Sadi Carnot. Sadi Carnot AKA NicolasLéonard-Sadi Carnot. Born 1-Jun-1796Birthplace Paris, France Died 24-Aug-1832 Location of death Paris, France
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Birthplace: Paris, France
Died: 24-Aug-1832
Location of death: Paris, France
Cause of death: unspecified
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Physicist Level of fame: Niche
Executive summary: 2nd Law of Thermodynamics Military service: French Army Died during the Cholera epidemic of 1832, Paris. Much of his life was spent tinkering with steam engines. The Carnot cycle is named for him. Father: Lazare Carnot (mathematician and French minister)
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17. - Carnot Sadi - Ojciec Termodynamiki - Sciagi, Wypracowania...
carnot sadi zwany jest ojcem termodynamiki. Byl on synem znanego generalanapoleonskiego. Majac zaledwie 23 lata napisal swa wielka prace dotyczaca teorii - zobacz dodatkowe wypracowania i materia³y!
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Carnot Sadi - ojciec termodynamiki
Carnot Sadi - zwany jest ojcem termodynamiki. By³ on synem znanego genera³a napoleoñskiego. Maj±c zaledwie 23 lata napisa³ sw± wielk± pracê dotycz±c± teorii termodynamicznego cyklu ko³owego, zwanego dzi¶ cyklem Carnota. Pierwszy zwróci³ uwagê, ¿e pracê u¿yteczn± mo¿na uzyskaæ tylko przy przekazywaniu ciep³a przez cia³o cieplejsze cia³u ch³odniejszemu (druga zasada termodynamiki). Dzie³o Carnota nie znalaz³o uznania w¶ród ówczesnych fizyków. Jego rozwa¿ania by³y równie¿ oparte na teorii cieplika jako materialnej istoty ciep³a, chocia¿ prawdopodobnie sam w t± teorii nie wierzy³. Niestety Carnot przedwcze¶nie zmar³, dopiero w 1834 r. francuski in¿ynier Clapeyron zainteresowa³ siê jego pogl±dami i uzupe³ni³ pracê bardzo przejrzystymi wykresami. Wszystkie te proce wykorzysta³ fizyk niemiecki Clausius do sformu³owania zasad termodynamiki.
Silnik Carnota - jest wykorzystywanym w termodynamice wyidealizowanym, uproszczonym modelem rzeczywistego silnika cieplnego (silnik cieplny - urz±dzenie dzia³aj±ce cyklicznie (powtarzalnie) pobieraj±c od otoczenia energiê w postaci ciep³a i czê¶ciowo zamieniaj±ce j± na pracê mechaniczn±, resztê za¶ oddaj±c do otoczenia tak¿e w postaci ciep³a. Ciep³o pobierane przez silnik cieplny jest uzyskiwane przez spalanie paliwa, np. maszyna parowa, silnik spalinowy).

18. Nicolas Lonard Sadi Carnot - Article And Reference From
Sadi carnot sadi Carnot (Paris, June 1 1796 Paris, August 24 1832) was a Frenchmathematician
Nicolas Lonard Sadi Carnot
Sadi Carnot Sadi Carnot Paris June 1 Paris August 24 ) was a French mathematician who wrote on the principles of the second law of thermodynamics in his treatise on heat engines (Carnot cycle) . (He is not to be confused with Marie Franois Sadi Carnot , president of France from to his death.) Sadi Carnot, a son of the eminent geometer Lazare Nicholas Marguerite Carnot , was the most eminent of Fourier 's contemporaries who were interested in the theory of heat . Sadi Carnot was born at Paris , France, in 1796, and died there of cholera in 1832; he was an officer in the French army. In he issued a short work entitled Rflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu , in which he attempted to clarify how to get the most work out of an engine, such as a steam engine, from a given quantity of heat, such as from burning a lump of coal. Engineers of Carnot's time had tried various mechanical means, such as high pressure of steam or using some fluid other than steam, to maximize the amount of work from engines. But Carnot argued correctly that all that mattered, after removing inefficiencies such as friction and heat loss, was to maximize the ratio of the temperature of heat input to the temperature of heat exhaust, see Carnot heat engine . To do his calculations, he made the simplifying assumption that heat was a weightless fluid, which it is not. However, his essay may be taken as initiating the modern theory of thermodynamics.

19. Nicolas Sadi Carnot
Sadi Carnot is known as the founder of thermodynamics. Sadi Carnot Reflexionssur la Puissance Motrice du Feu. Bibliography. In French leonard sadi carnot.htm
Nicolas Sadi Carnot
Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot
(Paris 1st June 1796 - 24 August 1832)
Eldest son of Lazare Carnot, brother of Hippolyte. Physicist known as the founding father of thermodynamics.
Sadi was received twenty-fourth at Ecole Polytechnique in 1812, at the age of sixteen years, where he graduated at the top of his class in Artillery. He fought against the allies with the polytechnicians' battalion during the defense of the Vincennes Fort in 1824. As a candidate to join the General Staff in 1819, he was accepted with the rank of Lieutenant. He left the army with the rank of Captain in the Corps of Engineers in 1828 to settle in Paris. He died there of cholera at the age of thirty-six years, without any heirs. Sadi Carnot is known as the founder of thermodynamics. He published, at his expenses, in 1824 his Reflections on the motive power of fire Réflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu et sur les machines propres à développer cette puissance -. It is in this book of less than a hundred-and-twenty pages and limited to only six hundred copies that he founded what we call today the Second law of thermodynamics or Carnot's Principle . As for the first principle, on the conservation of energy, he also discovered it before the end of his life, as showed by his posthumous papers, published in 1878.

20. Sadi Nicolas Leonard Carnot
Sadi Nicolas Leonard Carnot. Sadi Nicolas Leonard Carnot.
Sadi Nicolas Leonard Carnot

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