Optimized efficiency at maximum Ω̇ figure of merit and efficient power of power law dissipative Carnot-like heat engines

@article{Nilavarasi2020OptimizedEA,
  title={Optimized efficiency at maximum $\Omega$̇ figure of merit and efficient power of power law dissipative Carnot-like heat engines},
  author={K. Nilavarasi and Muthusamy Ponmurugan},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
  year={2020},
  volume={2021}
}
In the present work, a power law dissipative Carnot-like heat engine cycle of two irreversible isothermal and two irreversible adiabatic processes with finite time non-adiabatic dissipation is considered and the efficiency under two optimization criteria Ω̇ figure of merit and efficient power, χ ep is studied. The generalized extreme bounds of the optimized efficiency under the above said optimization criteria are obtained. The lower and upper bounds of the efficiency for the low dissipation… 

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