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The thermodynamic cycle shown in figure ($T$-$s$ diagram) indicates

  1. reversed Carnot cycle
  2. reversed Brayton cycle
  3. vapor compression cycle
  4. vapor absorption cycle
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Ans: B

Explanation:

  • Power/Work consuming cycles are always anti-clockwise in direction
  • Brayton Cycle has Constant Pressure Heat Interaction
  • Carnot Cycle in TS plane is of rectangle shape
  • Vapour cycles are mostly shown with the saturation curves so that we can clearly identify the liquid and gaseous phases and also the superheat zone.
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