## Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 8th EditionFundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics by Moran, Shapiro, Boettner and Bailey continues its tradition of setting the standard for teaching students how to be effective problem solvers. Now in its eighth edition, this market-leading text emphasizes the authors collective teaching expertise as well as the signature methodologies that have taught entire generations of engineers worldwide. Integrated throughout the text are real-world applications that emphasize the relevance of thermodynamics principles to some of the most critical problems and issues of today, including a wealth of coverage of topics related to energy and the environment, biomedical/bioengineering, and emerging technologies. |

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### Contents

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3 Evaluating Properties | 95 |

4 Control Volume Analysis Using Energy | 169 |

5 The Second Law of Thermodynamics | 241 |

6 Using Entropy | 291 |

7 Exergy Analysis | 369 |

8 Vapor Power Systems | 437 |

10 Refrigeration and Heat Pump Systems | 609 |

11 Thermodynamic Relations | 655 |

12 Ideal Gas Mixture and Psychrometric Applications | 731 |

13 Reacting Mixtures and Combustion | 805 |

14 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium | 881 |

Appendix Tables Figures and Charts | 925 |

Index | 1036 |

9 Gas Power Systems | 509 |

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adiabatic Air enters air-standard analysis Brayton cycle Btu/lb closed system coefficient of performance component compression compressor condenser constant control volume determine dry air electricity energy rate balance energy transfer entropy production equation equilibrium evaluate Example exergy destruction exit feedwater heater fluid fuel gas turbine heat exchanger heat pump heat transfer ideal gas model initially inlet irreversibilities isentropic efficiency kg/s kinetic and potential kJ/kg kmol Let T0 mass flow rate moist air mole nozzle operating at steady piston–cylinder assembly polytropic process potential energy effects power cycle power plant pressure Rankine cycle rate of exergy rate of heat ratio refrigeration cycle reservoir saturated liquid second law shown in Fig specific enthalpy specific entropy specific heat specific volume steam T–s diagram Table tank temperature thermal efficiency thermodynamic values vapor power vapor-compression refrigeration velocity volumetric flow rate water vapor