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can we say always T1>T2 for both heat engine and refrigerator

can we say always T1>T2 for both heat engine and refrigerator

Grade:11

1 Answers

SarfarazKhan
40 Points
2 years ago
No. We can not generalise that. 
The standard  way to use T1 is for the source of energy. And T2 for the sink. 
 
In heat engine T1>T2 but for refrigerator its opposite.

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