Mollier Diagram included in physics diagrams to explain you about the general definition about Mollier diagram and show you some examples about it.
Mollier diagram is a diagram which is describing the progressed number or signed levels in a temperature system. This diagram was created by a man named Richard Mollier. It is created when he met a certain condition in the total heat researches towards an entropy.
Entropy is a thermodynamic quantity reflecting the unavailability of a thermal energy of a system for changing into mechanical work, usually it is called as the disorder degree or randomness in that system. The following diagrams are the example of it.