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TERMODINÁMICA. Alumno: Frank Erick De la O Sánchez. Tema: Los ciclo de Carnot, Stirling y Ericsson-definiciones, análisis y diferencias. (1) Área de Física de Procesos Irreversibles, Dpto. de Ciencias Básicas, Stirling and Ericsson engines in the race for industrialization, gradually since the early. The Stirling cycle heat engine has many advantages such as high Ruiz et al., “Diseño de un motor de ciclo Ericsson modificado empleando.

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This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Stirling cycle and Rankine cycle heat engines are used to transform the heat energy of solar concentrators to mechanical and electrical energy.

The Rankine cycle is used for large-scale solar striling plants. The Stirling cycle can be used for small-scale solar power plants. The Stirling cycle heat engine has many advantages such as high efficiencyand long service life.

However, the Stirling cycle is good for high-temperature difference. It demands the use of expensive materials. Its efficiency depends on the efficiency of the heat regenerator. The design and manufacture of a heat regenerator are not a trivial problem because the regenerator has to be placed in the internal space of the engine.

It is possible to avoid this problem if we place wricsson regenerator out of the internal engine space.

To realize this idea it is necessary to develop the Ericsson cycle heat engine. We propose theoretical model and design of this engine. There are many different sources of sustainable energy. There are different types civlo solar energy plants. STES consists of a solar concentrator, a heat engine, and a generator of electric current.

Sometimes it also includes an energy storage system. The solar concentrator permits us to obtain the high temperature needed for heat engines.

In our previous work we described a low-cost solar concentrator based on multiple triangular flat facets [ 1 — 3 ]. Two prototypes of the solar concentrators are presented in Figures 1 a and 1 b. Two types of heat engines are usually used now in STES: Steam turbines are good for large power plants, and Stirling engines are proposed for distributed installations.

The Stirling engine in general has sricsson efficiency, long service life, and many other useful properties, but in existing versions it demands high-temperature difference [ 8 ] and for this reason demands expensive materials.

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This leads to elevated cost of this engine. The Ericsson Cycle Heat Engine at present is investigated not so good as the Stirling Engine, but it has many promising properties and can stjrling considered ericsaon a good candidate for STES [ 9 — 11 ]. The scheme of Stirling engine is shown in Figure 2it contains a hot cylinder, a heater, a regenerator, a cooler, a cold cylinder, and 2 crankshafts that drive the pistons of the hot ericseon and the cold cylinder.

This displacement ensures the compression of the working liquid in the cold cylinder. After compression the working liquid is displaced from the cold cylinder to the hot cylinder. During this displacement the working liquid is heated to the temperature of the hot cylinder.

In the hot cylinder the working liquid is expanded and produces more work than that was spent during its compression in the cold cylinder. Thereafter the working liquid is moved from the hot cylinder to the cold cylinder.

Ciclos de potência a gas – Stirling e Ericsson

The Stirling engine has a simple structure without valves. But the simple structure of the Stirling engine generates many problems. In theory the Stirling cycle consists of the following processes: Ericssob Stirling engines at present have no isothermal processes. To approximate the compression and expansion of the working fluid to the isothermal processes it is necessary to increase the thermal conductivity of working fluid, to decrease the rotation speed of the engine or to decrease the size of the cylinders.

To increase the thermal sgirling modern Stirling engines use Hydrogen or Helium instead of air. The thermal conductivity of Helium and Hydrogen is times higher than the thermal conductivity of air.

However, it is not sufficient to obtain the compression and expansion processes close to the isothermal process. Practically it is impossible to decrease the speed of rotation of the engine to obtain isothermal compression and expansion because in this case the specific power the relation of the power to the engine weight drastically decreases.

In principle it is possible to obtain isothermal processes if we decrease the sizes and increase the number of the cylinders. At present we have no technology to produce such engines. At present existing Stirling engines have compression and eericsson processes that are closer to adiabatic processes than to isothermal processes. The difference between these processes is small if the compression and expansion rate is low.

For example, if the coefficient of compression is 1. Normal engines with small coefficient of compression have low power. To preserve acceptable power the pressure in all the space of the engine is made high e. These conditions demand the development of a regenerator of very high efficiency.

Real regenerators do edicsson permit us to obtain Carnot efficiency efficiency of an engine divided by efficiency of Carnot cycle of Stirling engines more than 0. In this case it is necessary to increase the temperature of the hot cylinder to obtain good overall efficiency of the engine. High temperature of the hot cylinder demands the use of special materials that increase the cost of the engine. It is possible to propose another method to obtain approximately isothermal processes of compression and expansion.

This method is used in some multistage gas turbines where the gas is cooled during the compression stages and is heated erkcsson the expansion stages. The method can also be used in piston engines including relatively low-power engine but in piston engines it demands the use of valves and cannot be realized in Stirling engine, but can be realized in Ericsson engine.

An example of Ericsson engine is described in [ 11 ]. The engine power is It is based on the open cycle; that is, the air from atmosphere enters to the two stage compressor with intermediate cooling.

At this temperature the air sitrling to the atmosphere. The theoretical Ericsson cycle is made up of two isothermal processes and two isobaric processes. As it was mentioned in [ 11 ] this theoretical cycle is not appropriate to study Ericsson engine. To improve real Ericsson cycle it is necessary to decrease compression and expansion rate from 6 in the mentioned engine to 1.

With this compression ratio the adiabatic process has small difference from the isothermal process, but in this case the power of the engine will decrease. To restore the engine power it is possible to make a multistage compression with the intermediate cooling and a multistage expansion with intermediate heating [ 1213 ].

This type of cicllo is shown in Figure 3. It is possible to increase additionally the engine power if we will use the closed thermal cycle instead of open cycle used in [ 11 ]. The closed cycle permits us to increase the total pressure in the engine space.

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The engine presented in Figure 3 consists of 3 compressors, 3 coolers, 3 expanders, 3 heaters, and recuperator. The number of the compressors, expanders, coolers, and heaters can be more than 3. The coolers are placed at the input of each compressor, and the heaters are placed at the input of each expander.

The Ericsson engine uses a recuperator instead of the regenerator that is used in the Stirling engine. The recuperator has two areas: The heat exchanger of the recuperator permits heating of the compressed gas using the heat energy of the expanded gas.

The Ericsson engine works as follows: The compression rate at this stage is as low as in the Stirling engine. The temperature of the gas at the compressor output is slightly higher than the temperature at the compressor erkcsson.

After the first compressor strling gas flows to the cooler that decreases its temperature. After that gas flows to the second compressor, where its pressure and temperature increase, but the temperature is returned to its previous value in the third cooler.

In principle many stages ericsson compression and cooling may be used to obtain a quasi-isothermal process of compression with high compression rate. A similar process occurs at the expansion of the gas. The difference is that we use expanders instead of compressors and heaters instead of coolers.

Termo 2 – Carnot Ericson Stirling

The proposed design of the engine permits us to obtain acceptable approximation of isothermal processes preserving high compression and expansion rates and acceptable specific power of the engine. In this case the influence of the recuperator parameters on the overall performance will eticsson lower than in the Stirling engine, and that is why the Ericsson engine can have higher Carnot efficiency than the Ce engine.

In this engine means the pressure, means the absolute temperature, and means specific volume of the gas in different points shown in Figure 3.

The results are presented in Table 1 for different engine versions. This temperature permits us to use synthetic lubrication oils in all parts of Ericsson engine. Using of lubrication increases the service life and mechanical efficiency of the engine. To create the Ciiclo heat engine it is necessary to implement compressors, expanders, coolers, heaters, and recuperator. In this paper we describe the design of compressors, expanders, and recuperator.

The intake piston and exhaust piston periodically open and close the intake windows and exhaust windows. The compressor takes the gas from the intake port, slightly compresses it, and pushes the gas through the exhaust ericcsson.

The expander receives the compressed hot gas from the intake port, allows the gas to expand, and pushes it through exhaust port. Low compression and expansion rate in each main cylinder permits us to consider the process as an isotermal one. The main element of microchannel recuperator is its base plate. The base plate is circular plate from the metal with high thermal conductivity e. This plate contains several circles of holes that form microchannels for compressed and expanded air.

Each circle for compressed air excluding external circle is located between two circles for expanded air, and each circle for expanded air excluding internal circle is located between two circles for compressed air.

In Figure 5 only two circles are presented. The micro channel recuperator contains many base plates separated by sealing rings Figure 6 in the manner that each zone of compressed and expanded air is hermetically sealed.

In Figure 7 we present the fragment of micro channel recuperator. In this figure stands for the radial distance between the hole circles, is the tangential distance between the holes, is the diameter of micro channel, is the thickness of the disk, and is the step of the disks in the recuperator.

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An atrial septal defect (ASD) is a hole in the wall between the two upper chambers of your heart (atria). The condition is present at birth. Atrial septal defect (ASD) is a congenital heart defect characterised by a hole in the atrial septum, or the wall the separates the right and left. Atrial septal defects (ASDs) are the second most common congenital heart defect after ventricular septal defects and the most common to become symptomatic.

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ASDs do not cause any impairment in cardiac function in utero and even most neonates are asymptomatic. The defect can be closed surgically or percutaneously e. However, careful evaluation has to be made to ensure lack of development of elevated right heart pressures or a right to left shunt before any intervention.

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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Adriqna. Review of Adriana Cavarero, Horrorism: Columbia University Press, Public Reason 1 2: Are the traditional political categories sufficient for a representation of our contemporaneity? Can the language of this tradition aptly describe and interpret what is happening today? In the twentieth century violence spread and assumed unheard-of forms, and since Dariana 11,it marks the global everyday life in a way that escapes the old interpretive frameworks.

We have no words to describe a form of violence that strikes everywhere, at any time, and main- ly defenceless civilians: Linguistic innova- tion becomes therefore imperative and Cavarero proposes to situate the new phenom- enon in the semantic field of horror: It makes no longer sense, for example, to discuss war in terms of regulated conflicts between states and the clas- sical model of a clash between men in uniform.

From its first account in the Homeric battle, this model entail reciprocal, symmetrical violence, and not unilateral violence inflicted upon the defenceless. Reciprocity is its fundamental principle, and terror is its essence.

Horrorism: Naming Contemporary Violence by Adriana Cavarero

It makes no sense to insist on the criterion of the regularity of combatants, when the victims of any war are now civilians by a wide majority.

It is precisely this dis- tinction that opens the book: It is the horror of the scene that stands out, and from this horror a new conceptual and political framework must arise. The terrorist is no regular combatant who directs its fire against other combatants, hitting civilians only by mistake: These, however, are giv- en neither a place that accounts for their status nor a voice to represent it. The terror becomes thus horror.

The terror which characterizes contemporary violence has lost its goals and thus cannot be defined as strategic. The omnipotent dreams of military hypertechnology and the very concept of war the regular combatants still maintain they are fighting, shine for their emptiness. The enemy itself has become an indistinct, phantom-like shadow, indistin- guishable and unrepresentable.

And torture, as epitomized by the pictures of Abu Gra- hib, reveals the mere horrorist face of a violence devoid, in both camps, of any goal or strategy. Finally, the dariana of the victim hordorism grown global: Horror is not, of course, a novelty in the universal history of violence, and Cavare- ro goes a long way to retrace its semantic and iconographic roots in Greek mythology — a cavwrero of her writing.

This etymological cavrero responds to a two-fold strategy: Violent death adrianx part of the picture, but not the central part: Horror denotes a scene unbearable to look at, like that of bodies cavarfro blow themselves up in order to tear other bodies apart, dis- membering their own individuality and that of their victims. It is the terminological constellation of horror, Cavarero argues, that we need to use in order to describe and comprehend this horgorism form of violence.

The excursus into Greek mythology allows her to make another point: The severed head of Medusa symbolizes not only the unwatchable dismemberment of the body, but also the horror of the separation of the female head from the uterus and its reproductive function, to which the patriarchal nar- rative relegates women. Medea, killing her children, emphasizes not only the horror of a violence horrrorism to the helpless par excellence, but also the horror of a woman that re- nounces her stereotypical reproductive function and gives death instead of life.

The fact that it is the very singularity of the victim that becomes accidental spells out the fundamental issue that the criterion of the helpless identifies: In other words, this is a vio- lence that goes beyond death and whose goal is not much death but the destruction of human singularity in adrkana ontological dignity.

Its figure is in fact the severed head of Medusa, epitome of a body dismembered, undone and disfigured, and thus attacked in its irremediable incarnated singularity. Most repugnant than any other body part is the severed head, the most markedly human of the remains, on which the singular face can still be seen: This body is unwatchable and arises instinctive disgust for a violence that, not content merely to kill because killing would be too little, aims to destroy the uniqueness of the body: A clear example is modern beheading: And this extreme violence, direct- ed at nullifying human beings even more than at killing them, relies on the semantics of horror rather than that of terror.

The slaughter of the defenceless is not a specialty of modernity, but the history of the twentieth century stages the ontological crime in forms and proportions never achieved before. The apex — though sure enough not the last instance — of horrorism was reached with the Nazi death camps.

The Muselmann, the outmost figure of almost grotesque helplessness, is paradoxically invulnerable, she cavareor a stage of so extreme defencelessness that even vulnerability has been taken away cavaredo it. The issue is therefore, Cava- rero insists, not only ethical or political, but involves first and foremost the question of ontology: This is a concern that Cavarero, with Arendt, carries to a wider philosophical level.

The attack on singularity as the ontological dignity of the human being is in fact, accord- ing to Arendt, what characterizes the history of Western philosophy, which sacrificed human plurality on the altar of the absolutisation of the One. The dissolution of the finite into the infinite, erotically enjoyed in cxvarero, is the focus of his literary and theoretical constructions: There is, significantly, no reciprocity in this relation to the other, but most of all what this erotic deindividualisation shuts off is the vision of the fundamental alternative that vulnerability offers, that between wound and care.

The criterion of the helpless, in fact, not only provides the theoretical instruments to describe and represent contemporary violence, but also functions as ethical and po- litical standpoint. Vulnerability is one of the con- stitutive characters of a unique being exposed to the other: The human, unique being is vulnerable by definition.

The condition of vulnerability presents an essential alternative which moves between horroridm two poles of wounding and caring: For Butler, Cavarero emphasizes, vulnerability configures a human condition in which it is the relation to the other that counts and puts to the fore an ontology of linkage and dependence.

Recognizing our common condition of vulnerability calls for a collective responsibility.

This move entails a rejection of the autonomous sovereign subject of the Western philosophical and political tradition, which, like the sovereign state to which it corresponds, thinks of itself as closed and self-sufficient: And this exposure consigns primarily the subject to the vulnus, to the alternative between the wound that the other can inflict and the care that the other can provide.

Yet, there is nothing necessary in this vulnerability, only the contingent potential for the wound. In everyday use the term tends to designate a person who, attacked, has no arms with which to defend themselves.

To be defenceless means to be in the power of the other and thus entails a condition of substantial passivity.

The relation is unilateral, there is no reciprocity, no symmetry, no parity. The exemplary case is the infant: Infancy is the span of time in which vulnerability and helplessness are completely conjoined: In the infant, the relation takes the form of unilateral exposure: It is precisely the thematisation of infancy that allows the vulnerable being to be read in terms of a drastic alternative between violence and care: The infant thus proclaims relationship as a human condition not just fundamental, but structurally necessary.

The gloomy landscape of the twentieth and twenty-first century has transformed the contingency of helplessness into necessity: More than circumstances, we can speak of an ongoing condition which makes vulnerability coincide with helplessness: Therefore, the viewpoint of the defenceless, Cavarero argues, must be adopted exclusively: While Jaspers rejected the idea that the German people were collective- ly guilty, he believed nonetheless that they were in some way collectively responsible for the Holocaust.

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In he became fellow of King’s College, and took orders, receiving the living of Holy Trinity Church, Cambridge, in the following homileticaae. He was at first so unpopular that services were frequently interrupted, and he was often insulted in the streets. Having overcome public prejudice, he subsequently gained a remarkable and lasting influence among the undergraduates of the university.

Simeon found that their principles were identical and used the essay as the basis for his lectures on sermon composition. Claude’s essay also hoeae Simeon to make clear his own theological position, the result being Horae Homileticaehis chief work.

He published hundreds of sermons and outlines of sermons called “sermon skeletons”still in print, that to some were an invitation to clerical plagiarism. His chief work is a commentary on the whole Bible, entitled Horae homileticae London. The Simeon Trust was established by him for the purpose of acquiring church patronage homileficae perpetuate evangelical clergy in Church of England parishes.

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Charles Simeon is often hailed as something of an ancestor of the evangelical movement in the Church of England. According to the historian Thomas Macaulay, Simeon’s “authority and influence His memorial by the monumental mason Hopper in Holy Trinity Church Cambridgewas described by architectural critic Nikolaus Pevsner as an “epitaph in Gothic forms.

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