This superb new text covers classical thermodynamics including the first law, second law and physical property relationships with outstanding illustrative engineering applications. Covering material rigorously, this text remains readable, and readily accessible through consistently lucid exposition, a logical organization, and strong pedagogical support. Balancing coverage of theory with applications, the text presents a thorough, concise and accurate discussion of thermodynamic principles as well as a realistic engineering approach to problem solving that encompasses modeling and other real world aspects of the field. Extremely current throughout, computer skills (modelling and problem solving) are emphasized and developed through exercises and through software included with the text. No other text offers as balanced, applied, and current an integrated approach as Engineering Thermodynamics. Contents A. Introduction to Thermo-dynamics: Basic Concepts and Definitions. Properties_pvT Relationships. B. Notes on Problem Solving: The First Law of Thermodynamics. Physical Properties that Depend on the First Law. The Second Law of Thermodynamics. Properties that Depend on the Second Law-Entropy and Others. Property Relationships. Availability and Irreversibility. C. Overview_Looking back, Looking Ahead: Gas and Gas-Vapor Mixtures. Binary Mixtures. Chemical Reactions_Combustion. Thermochemical Equilibrium in Ideal-Gas Reactions. Thermodynamics of Compressible Fluid Flow. D. Looking ahead to more Extensive Modeling: Compression and Expansion Processes. Power Systems. Refrigeration Systems. Direct Energy Conversion. Appendices. Printed Pages: 1024. Bookseller Inventory #
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Title: Engineering Thermodynamics
Publisher: PHI Learning 0
Book Condition: New
Edition: First edition.
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