Classical Thermodynamics

Classical Thermodynamics

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Sophomore or junior engineering students will appreciate this in-depth analysis of the fundamentals of thermodynamics. The text notes common student problem areas such as definition of systems boundary, units, processes, work and heat. A review of energy resource consumption shows the importance of energy resources to the economy and emphasizes thermodynamic analysis. The systematic approach to solving thermodynamic problems is supported by numerous chapter-end problems graded in three levels of difficulty. Open-ended design problems are included in chapters 10-15 to reflect the increasing emphasis on the need for design in core courses. Extensive treatment of second law analyses, including energy analysis/energy availability, helps students understand real systems. Explanation of how to maximize energy delivery from chemical reactions presents a solid background in improving the design of reacting systems. Accompanying Thermo-Props software saves students time in looking up values from tables, and help in the analysis of psychmetrics, as well as heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning systems.show more

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  • Paperback | 944 pages
  • 185.4 x 228.6 x 43.2mm | 1,406.15g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • International ed.
  • 336 halftones & line illus.
  • 0195182154
  • 9780195182156

Table of contents

1. Introduction ; 2. Thermodynamic Quantities and Units ; 3. Properties of a Pure Substance ; 4. Ideal Gas and Real Gas ; 5. Processes, Work, and Heat ; 6. The First Law of Thermodynamics ; 7. The Second Law of Thermodynamics ; 8. Entropy ; 9. Thermodynamic Availability ; 10. Thermodynamics of Heat Engine Cycles ; 11. Refrigeration Cycles ; 12. Thermodynamic Property Relationships ; 13. Nonreactive Ideal Gas Mixtures ; 14. Combustion ; 15. Chemical Equilibrium ; Appendix A Property Tables and Constants in SI Units ; Appendix B Property Tables and Constants in USCS Units ; Appendix C Generalized Charts and Psychrometric Charts ; Appendix D Computer Codes for the Thermodynamic Properties of Common Substances Encountered in Engineering Applicationsshow more

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