**ISBN:** 0582440661

**Author:** J.R. Tyldesley

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Prentice Hall Press (October 31, 1977)

**Pages:** 192

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This book is intended to provide the early undergraduate with a one year course on the principles, uses, and economics of energy transfer and conversion processes. The five chapters are titled: conservation laws; material properties and constitutive equations; laws of thermodynamics and their application; energy conservation; economics and energy conservation. Work problems and a subject index are provided.

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Introduction to Applied Thermodynamics is an introductory text on applied thermodynamics and covers topics ranging from energy and temperature to reversibility and entropy, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and the properties of ideal gases

Introduction to Applied Thermodynamics is an introductory text on applied thermodynamics and covers topics ranging from energy and temperature to reversibility and entropy, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and the properties of ideal gases. Standard air cycles and the thermodynamic properties of pure substances are also discussed, together with gas compressors, combustion, and psychrometry. This volume is comprised of 16 chapters and begins with an overview of the concept of energy as well as the macroscopic and molecular approaches to thermodynamics.

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The Internal Energy 11 . Measurability of the Energy 16 . Quantitative Definition of Heat-Units 18 . The Basic Problem of Thermodynamics 25 . 0 The Entropy Maximum Postulates 27 2 THE CONDITIONS OF EQUILIBRIUM 35 . Intensive Parameters 35 . Equations of State 3. Generality first in the sense that thermodynamics applies to all types of systems in macroscopic aggrega- Introduuion 3 tion, and second in the sense that thermodynamics does not predict specific numerical values for observable quantities.

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