adiabatic

(redirected from adiabatically)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to adiabatically: Isothermally

a·di·a·ba·tic

(ā-dē-ă-ba'tik),
Referring to a thermodynamic process in which no gain or loss of heat occurs between the system and its surroundings.
[G. adiabatos, impassable, fr. a priv. + diabainō, to go through]

Adiabatic

Referring to a thermodynamic process in which the net transfer of heat is zero.

a·di·a·ba·tic

(ā'dē-ă-bat'ik)
Referring to a thermodynamic process in which there is no gain or loss of heat between the system and its surroundings.
[G. adiabatos, impassable, fr. a priv. + diabainō, to go through]
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
if id[lambda] = VH x dB is the work delivered by the current sources, to the system, adiabatically, then d[Q.
Although presumably fresh nitrogen gas at the testing temperature set is constantly flowing in and out of ARES environmental chamber, the rubber sample under high frequency testing effectively acts adiabatically.
All systems are assumed to operate adiabatically with respect to the surrounding environment.
If the black radiation contained in a perfectly evacuated cavity with absolutely reflecting walls is compressed or expanded adiabatically and infinitely slowly, as described above in Sec.
We plan to apply an additional horizontal field that transports the spin adiabatically through the zero region.
Although this model yields specific and quantitative results from an approximate value of cohesive stress, more detailed analysis requires the nominal stress strain curve for material drawn rapidly and adiabatically up to large stretches.
When adiabatically humidifying a cleanroom, evaporation of the fog should be considered.
it changes adiabatically, and dissipation of its energy occurs only when the current stops.
At high test speeds, the deformation process proceeds adiabatically, and a considerable temperature rise in the deformation zone can be expected.
u], was experimentally obtained as a function of temperature (T) and pressure (P) because the unburned region in the closed vessel was compressed adiabatically during flame propagation.