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What is the difference between Thermodynamics and Kinetics?

Asked by G. GRAY, Last updated: Mar 30, 2020

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Answered Mar 29, 2020

Thermodynamics is not concerned with the analysis of gas, and it does not consider methods at a molecule level. Still, the gas is seen as a whole, and gas procedures are phenomenologically observed. The basic parameters are determined by studying the gas process. Thermodynamics is a science that analyzes the occurrences of mutual transformation of heat and other forms of energy.

Heat is received from performing mechanical work. Work transforms mechanical work into heat, and heat can be transferred into mechanical work. In physics and engineering, kinetics is a branch of mechanics that are involved with the relationship between motion and its causes.

Kinetics is a portion of the theoretical mechanics that examines the movement of the body and forces that cause this movement. Kinetics is part of mechanics that investigates the position of the body and the material point describing it’s movement without analyzing the cause of movement.

 

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