Engineering Thermodynamics: S.I.Units

Engineering Thermodynamics: S.I.Units : Work and Heat Transfer

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This book can simply be summed up as the thermodynamics 'bible' for mechanical engineering students. It gives the fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics and their application to particular fluids and the ways in which work and heat transfer are affected. Part I is devoted to the principles of thermodynamics, Part II to applications of the principles to particular fluids, and Parts III and IV respectively to ways in which work and heat transfers are effected. This scheme leaves it open to the lecturer to choose any preferred order of presentation, but also provides the student with a book which enables principle to be distinguished from application.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 736 pages
  • 184 x 244 x 42mm | 1,378.91g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • LONGMAN
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • problems, references, index
  • 0582045665
  • 9780582045668
  • 828,255

Table of contents

Part I: Principles Of Thermodynamics. Introduction. 1. Fundamental Concepts. 2. The First Law Of Thermodynamics. 3. Non-Flow Processes. 4. Flow Processes. 5. The Second Law Of Thermodynamics. 6. Corollaries Of The Second Law. 7. General Thermodynamic Relations. Part II: Application To Particular Fluids. Introduction. 8. Properties Of Fluids. 9. Non-Flow Processes. 10. Flow Processes. 11. Vapour Power Cycles. 12. Gas Power Cycles. 13. Heat Pump And Refrigeration Cycles. 14. Properties Of Mixtures. 15. Combustion Processes. Part III: Work Transfer Introduction. 16. Reciprocating Expanders And Compressors. 17. Reciprocating Internal-Combustion Engines. 18. One-Dimensional Steady Flow And Jet Propulsion. 19. Rotary Expanders And Compressors. 20. Direct Conversion. Part IV: Heat Transfer Introduction. 21. Conduction. 22. Convection. 23. Radiation. 24. Combined Modes Of Heat Transfer.

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