Fundamentals of thermodynamics, Volume 1
Presenting a comprehensive and thorough treatment of thermodynamics while still retaining an engineering perspective, this updated edition contains revised contents and chapters, changes in table listings and equations, as well as the addition of simpler homework problems.
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Some introductory Comments
Some Concepts and definitions
PROPERTIES OF A PURE SUBSTANCE
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ambient ammonia Analysis Assume boiler Btu/lbm Btu/lbm Carnot cycle coefficient of performance combustion compression compressor condenser Consider constant pressure constant specific heat contains control mass control volume cooled cylinder Determine diagram enters enthalpy entropy equation equilibrium example exit temperature expands feedwater heater FIGURE final pressure final temperature Find the final fluid fuel gases heat engine heat exchanger heat pump heat transfer heater ideal gas initial inlet internal energy irreversible isentropic efficiency isentropic process isothermal isothermal process kg/s kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kmol kmol liquid water mass flow rate mixture mole nitrogen nozzle oxygen piston piston/cylinder polytropic process potential energy pressure and temperature Problem properties psia Rankine cycle ratio refrigeration reservoir reversible adiabatic saturated liquid saturated vapor second law shown in Fig specific heat specific volume SSSF process steam tables substance superheated tank theoretical air thermal efficiency turbine valve velocity
Intelligent Computer Based Engineering Thermodynamics and Cycle Analysis
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