Engineering Thermodynamics

Addition of heat at constant pressure to a gas results in_____.

  • A. Raising its temperature
  • B. Raising its pressure
  • C. Raising its volume
  • D. Raising its temperature and doing external work
Answer: Option D.
Explanation:

Addition of heat at constant pressure to a gas results in Raising its temperature and doing external work
When you heat a gas, both its vapor pressure and the volume it occupies increase. The individual gas particles become more energetic and the temperature of the gas increases.

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