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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of irreversibility

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of irreversibility:

Derived Form of irreversibility

plural: irreversibilities
the quality of being irreversible (once done it cannot be changed)
Type ofchangelessness, unchangeability, unchangeableness, unchangingness,

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  1. is what leads to irreversibility how does it lead to irreversibility. For example you
  2. irreversibility. What are the other reasons for irreversibility heat transfer through
  3. another example of irreversibility like that there are many other causes for irreversibility
  4. irreversibility. This part, delta Si, is internal irreversibility. This is because of the heat
  5. irreversibility, there is no irreversibility. But, if a reversible process there is a heat
  6. Concept of externally irreversibility and internal irreversibility, I shall explain
  7. or thermal irreversibility. It is free from irreversibility. That means very slow and
  8. than 0 which is the irreversibility. I is equal to irreversibility and is defined as
  9. I'm showing the excellent citation of Prigozhin, maybe many of you know him - he is one of the creators of the synergetics and nonequilibrium thermodynamics. He said that irreversibility is a mechanism that creates the order and the organization.
  10. irreversibility doesn't mean immutability, doesn't mean that if you created something in some stage of ontogenesis then it remains with you unchanged for all life. No.
  11. the irreversibility
  12. And second law of thermodynamics also introduces what is known as irreversibility and it is
  13. irreversibility by processes or irreversible. There are several causes. First cause is friction
  14. the source or sink and the working fluid okay. Then you call and there is no internal irreversibility
  15. any internal irreversibility such as friction fluid friction etcetera let me show the cycle
  16. irreversible. That means there will be some irreversibility may be due to fluid friction
  17. That means entropy increases during the process because of the irreversibility. That means
  18. be larger than temperature T two okay. Because the irreversibility you find that the exit
  19. should have been four. But because of the irreversibility now the temperature is four
  20. because of the irreversibility right. And the next process that is isentropic expansion