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Adiabatic cools by decompression.
An adiabatic process in the opposite of a diabatic process. The adiabatic process occurs without the exchange of heat with its environment. A diabatic process exchanges heat with the environment.
An adiabatic process is a thermodynamic process, there is no gain or loss of heat.
An adiabatic wall can be defined as a wall through which no energy transfer takes place.
When environmental lapse rate is more than dry adiabatic lapse rate, the atmosphere is said to be in
No, a reversible adiabatic system is also known as isentropic.
An adiabatic process is a process that takes place without any loss or gain of heat.
Adiabatic cooling is cooling that occurs without removing any energy from the system. It often occurs when a gas is decompressed. Adiabatic heating and cooling play an important role in weather.
It is called adiabatic or an adiabatic process.
the temperature that is within the system closed by adiabatic wall is called adiabatic wall temperature
The rate at which adiabatic cooling occurs with increasing altitude for wet air (air containing clouds or other visible forms of moisture) is called the wet adiabatic lapse rate, the moist adiabatic lapse rate, or the saturated adiabatic lapse rate.