Fundamentals of thermodynamics, Volume 1

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Wiley, 1998 - Science - 783 pages
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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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I found it a great book in thermodynamics. It explains the fundamental concepts in a good way. A lot of example problems helped me digest the difficult concepts and master the problem solving ... Read full review

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I found it a great book in thermodynamics. It explains the fundamental concepts in a good way. A lot of example problems helped me digest the difficult concepts and master the problem solving ... Read full review

Contents

Some introductory Comments
1
Some Concepts and definitions
16
PROPERTIES OF A PURE SUBSTANCE
40
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Richard E. Sonntag (Univ. of Michigan)
Claus Borgnakke (Univ. of Michigan)
Gordon J. Van Wylen (Hope College)

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