The process in which no heat transfer takes place through boundaries is called as.
The process in which no heat transfer takes place through boundaries is called as
a. isothermal process
b. adiabatic process
c. isochoric process
d. none of the above
Correct Answer : b. adiabatic process
In adiabatic process, no heat crosses the boundaries of the system. Therefore no heat transfer takes place in adiabatic process. There is only work interaction between system and surrounding in adiabatic process. And the wall or boundary which does not allow the heat to flow through it is called as adiabatic wall and the wall which allows the heat to flow through it is called as diathermic wall. Isothermal process is the process in which temperature is constant. In isothermal process, the heat flows into or out of the system is very slow to maintain thermal equilibrium. Isochoric is the constant volume process.