For mammals very little, except for the energy expenditure required to maintain a constant internal temperature.
An isothremal process is one in which the temperature is constant. heat can be gained or lost in order to maintain a constant tempereature. An adiabatic process is one in which there is no heat exchange between a system and its surroundings. It does not matter whether the temperature of the system is constant or not.
The constant k is a...constant specific for the system considered.
It can, but it won't always. In other words, if the speed is constant, the velocity may, or may not, be constant as well.
The concept of increased temperature calling for an increase in volume to maintain constant pressure can be found in the combined and/or ideal gas law. The combined gas law is PV=kNT, where P is pressure, V is volume, k is Boltzman's constant, N is number of gas molecules and T is temperature. The ideal gas law is PV=nRT where P is pressure, V is volume, n is number of moles of gas, R is gas constant and T is temperature. In both cases a rise in T would call for a rise in V to maintain constant P.
A thermostat is supposed to maintain a constant temperature or temperature range in an area or for a device.
Warm blooded animals can maintain a constant body temperature.
No; they have no mechanism by which they regulate or maintain a specific temperature. They tend toward the ambient temperature of their surroundings.
How do are body's maintain a constant temperature?
To maintain constant the temperature if necessary.
No. A spider has no mechanism to maintain its body temperature.
If the temperature of the gas is decreasing, then in order to maintain constant pressure, you would have to compress it in volume.
Endothermic animals maintain constant body temperature in a number of ways. One way is to lay out in the sun.
By staying in the sun because the are cold blooded.