View Larger Image. The fifth edition of this hallmark text maintains its basic approach that has made this book the standard in thermodynamics and at the same time has been further enriched with pedagogical features. Introduction 2. Temperature 3. Work and Heat Transfer 4.
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We consider effect of action of many molecules not each molecule. For e. Is thermodynamics a misnomer for the subject? How does the subject of thermodynamics differ from the concept of heat transfer? What is the scope of classical thermodynamics?
What is a thermodynamics system? An open system defined for a fixed region and a control volume are synonymous. Define an isolated system? The succession of states passed through during a change of state is called a path.
The change of state with completely known path is called a process. What is a thermodynamic cycle? What are extensive and intensive properties? Intensive properties are not dependent on mass or mole. What do you mean by homogeneous and heterogeneous system? Explain what you understand by thermodynamic equilibrium. What is quasi static process? What is characteristics feature? What is the concept of continuum?
But from a microscopic point of view, if we consider any infinitesimal volume then it may happen that no molecules can be inside volume then we cannot define the property like volume but concept of continuum says that even though the volume is infinitesimal small we consider a large no. What is vacuum? How can it be measured? It can be measure by Bourdon pressure gauge, manometer etc. What is pressure transducer?
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Engineering Thermodynamics (Fifth Edition)
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