Isothermal and adiabatic processes are two distinct thermodynamic processes that involve changes in temperature, pressure and volume of a system. This article will discuss the differences between these two processes in terms of their characteristics and applications.
About Difference Between Isothermal And Adiabatic Process
|Isothermal||Temperature remains constant.|
|Adiabatic||No heat exchange with environment.|
|Isothermal||Work is done on the system.|
|Adiabatic||Heat transfer occurs in the system.|
|Isothermal||Pressure changes during process.|
|Adiabatic||Pressure remains constant.|