Il r rre[Wrrl Trr

Whilst al i: - I il reduces to

Now and

(d) Con.t/nnf-prcAA'nre heating, constant-volume cooling cycle Here ft = <r = 1,

hence hut thus and and since here firrl=i>rrl = r rc = rjp, 0=T/rr'

_ Y(T-rr')-((Ty/r?<T"n)-1} YÍ(t- /T')- e{(r7/r?<lf- - rj"'}] At r -0 this reduces to:

whilst at 8=1 it reduces to:

Now and

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