## Fundamentals of Engineering ThermodynamicsThis leading text in the field maintains its engaging, readable style while presenting a broader range of applications that motivate engineers to learn the core thermodynamics concepts. Two new coauthors help update the material and integrate engaging, new problems. Throughout the chapters, they focus on the relevance of thermodynamics to modern engineering problems. Many relevant engineering based situations are also presented to help engineers model and solve these problems. |

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### Contents

5 | 21 |

Contents | 30 |

6 | 79 |

Evaluating Properties | 91 |

Control Volume Analysis | 163 |

7 | 167 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 209 |

Contents | 227 |

Considering Compressible Flow Through | 550 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 569 |

Refrigeration and Heat Pump | 589 |

11 | 631 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 690 |

12 | 705 |

Psychrometric Applications | 727 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 761 |

The Second | 235 |

Temperature Scales | 253 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 266 |

Using Entropy | 281 |

Exergy Analysis | 359 |

Balance | 369 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 403 |

Vapor Power Systems | 425 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 475 |

Gas Power Systems | 493 |

Considering Gas Turbine Power Plants | 509 |

Reacting Mixtures | 777 |

Chemical Exergy | 816 |

Chapter Summary and Study Guide | 832 |

Chemical and Phase | 847 |

ChemicalEquilibrium | 853 |

Appendix Tables Figures | 889 |

Index to Tables in English Units | 937 |

Index to Figures and Charts | 985 |

Index | 996 |

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ammonia Analysis apply Btu/lb changes in kinetic closed system coefficient of performance compression compressor condenser constant pressure control volume determine electricity energy balance energy by heat energy rate balance energy transfer enthalpy equation equilibrium exergy destruction feedwater heater gases heat exchanger heat pump ideal gas model initially intensive properties irreversibilities isentropic kg/s kinetic and potential kinetic energy kJ/kg Law of Thermodynamics Let T0 liquid water mass flow rate operating at steady piston polytropic process potential energy effects power cycle power plant Process 2–3 Rankine cycle rate of exergy rate of heat Refrigerant 134a saturated liquid saturated vapor Schematic and Given second law shown in Fig specific enthalpy specific heat specific internal energy specific volume surface surroundings system undergoing T–y diagram Table thermal efficiency turbine values valve vapor power velocity volumetric flow rate Wcycle