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2nd "law" violations => Heat to mechanical energy conversion => Topic started by: MorninhGap on November 05, 2018, 02:44:20 AM

Title: Conversion Ratio and Energy Conversion
Post by: MorninhGap on November 05, 2018, 02:44:20 AM
We can convert from one energy type to another energy type. Energy conversion is characterized by 100% minus losses.

Conversion Ratio is the relation between two separate but related energy conversions. Conversion Ratio is characterized by greater than, equal to, or less than depending upon the amounts of energy of each energy conversion.

As example, the greater heat moved of the heat pump is accomplished by paying the cost to raise the temperature of refrigerant, but reaping the massive phase chage heat of vaporization cost.

Two separate energy conversions each do not violate 100% minus losses, however the energy AMOUNTS related are not equal.

This is how a heat pump can have COP Coefficient of Perfomance higher than 1.0.