## Thermodynamics: An Introduction to Energy, Volume 1 |

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### Contents

Energy man and environment | 3 |

Introduction to the laws of energy | 27 |

Thermal equilibrium the zeroth law and temperature | 49 |

Copyright | |

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### Common terms and phrases

adiabatic air-standard assume assumptions bars absolute Btu/lbm called Clausius inequality closed system coefficient combustion compression compressor Compute condenser conservation constant pressure constant temperature constant volume control volume cycle efficiency cyclic heat engine cylinder defined degradation diagrams electrical energy equation enthalpy entropy environment example feedwater heater fuel function Gibbs function heat engine heat pump heat transfer ideal gas ideal gases input intensive properties internal energy internally reversible isothermal isothermal process j/gm kinetic mixture mole molecules Note obtain open system operational definition oxygen phase piston potential pound pound-mass problem process equation properties psia Rankine cycle ratio refrigeration reheat result reversible process Satu saturated liquid second law solution specific heat specific humidity specific volume steady flow steam tables substance tank thermal equilibrium thermodynamics thermometer turbine two-phase unit velocity Wankel engine water vapor zero

### References to this book

The Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations Granville Sewell Limited preview - 2005 |