Enthalpy of a system is the sum of the internal Energy and the product of pressure and volume.
Enthalpy represents the total energy stored in the system.
H = U + pV
where
H is the enthalpy
U is the internal energy
p is the pressure and
V is the volume
Enthalpy and Temperature
The change in enthalpy is directly proportional to the change in temperature.
dH = m C_{p}(T_{2}T_{1}) Where C_{p} is the specific heat at constant pressure
Enthalpy represents the total energy stored in the system.
H = U + pV
where
H is the enthalpy
U is the internal energy
p is the pressure and
V is the volume
Enthalpy and Temperature
The change in enthalpy is directly proportional to the change in temperature.
dH = m C_{p}(T_{2}T_{1}) Where C_{p} is the specific heat at constant pressure
