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Title: エネルギー問題に関する講義について
Other Titles: A Lecture on "Energy Problem"
Authors: 山口, 多恵子 / 後藤, 信行 / 岩永, 浩 / 松島, 晟 / 柴田, 昇
Authors (alternative): Yamaguchi, Taeko / Goto, Nobuyuki / Iwanaga, Hiroshi / Matsushima, Akira / Shibata, Noboru
Issue Date: 1978
Citation: 長崎大学教養部紀要. 自然科学. 1978, 18, p.11-19
Abstract: A lecture on Energy Problem is presented which is given to the students majoring non-scientific courses for a period of one semester. The contents of the lecture are ; 1. definition of energy and conservation of energy, 2. irreversible process and entropy, 3. conservation of energy and consumption of energy, 4. energy transformation, 5. energy of nuclear fission, 6. energy of nuclear fusion. Relating to the second law of thermodynamics, entropy is introduced as a measure of randomness and energy is divided into two categories ; one is effective energy and the other is ineffective energy. The effective energy is the one with zero entropy and the ineffective one is with high entropy. In the lecture much emphasis is put on an idea that from the thermodynamical point of view, consumption of energy does not result in dissipation of energy but results in energy transformation from the effective energy to the ineffective one, in other words, it results in an increase in waste energy which will cause serious change in our circumstances if the human beings consume much energy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/16506
ISSN: 02871319
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 18

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