# How do you pronounce isobaric in English (1 out of 57).

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## IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of isobaric

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/ajsɑbɹɪk/

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1. you have two isobaric processes here okay. Process two to three and four to one are isobaric
2. expansion and isobaric heat rejection isobaric heat extraction. Since you do not have any
3. here and these are the isobaric lines. Since we have pressure in the y axis obviously isobaric
4. Whereas, like isobaric means constant pressure.
5. isobaric process.
6. red path, you start with an isobaric process and then you
7. And process two to three is isobaric heat rejection. This was isothermal heat rejection
8. in case of Carnot cycle. But in the isothermal process is replaced by isobaric process in
9. Brayton cycle okay. So process two to three is isobaric heat rejection. Then process three
10. to four is isentropic expansion and process four to one is isobaric heat extraction. So
11. compression. So it is a vertical line. Process two to three is isobaric heat rejection.
12. again isobaric heat extraction from the heat source. That means basically you have heat
13. process two to three if you remember is isobaric heat rejection okay. During this process there
14. And finally process four to one again work is zero during this process and its isobaric
15. transfer processes are replaced by two isobaric heat transfer processes. And for the same
16. replaced by isobaric heat rejection this is the first deviation from the Carnot cycle.
17. four processes. Process one to two is isentropic compression process two to three is isobaric
18. heat rejection process three to four is isenthalpic expansion and four to one is isobaric and
19. or the heat rejection process is isobaric but not isothermal. Because during the process
20. remains constant. That means initial heat rejection is an isobaric process but non isothermal