APPLIED SYSTEMS

THE LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS


0: That, all conditions being equal, energy remains constant.

1: That, with some resistance, energy decreases.

2: That, with heat energy, energy tends to dissipate.

3: That, since most structures have some void, no perfect seal
can be built to contain heat.

4: That, over infinite time, energy tends to return to zero.

5: That energy tends to be created from the destruction of
particles.


These may not be the official definitions, but they give an clear
overview of the types of concepts covered by Thermodynamics.


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