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  • adv. In an isothermal manner; at constant temperature

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a manner involving no change of temperature: said of any process which involves changes of volume and pressure of a thermodynamic system, such as a gas or vapor, where there is no change of temperature.


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  • The designs I've seen use heat exchangers to expand the air quasi-isothermally, vs. the single stage, unheated expansion you see in simple air motors.

    The Speculist: Getting There on Air

  • She has isothermally deemed that south of that line the black is isothermally fitted to isothermalize or labor according to the climate as a slave. '

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862

  • Rousseau also found that the fat crystal growth is accelerated by repeated temperature-cycling compared to isothermal conditioning but that cone hardening occurs more rapidly when isothermally-stored.

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