ES2310 | Readings in Engineering Thermodynamics
bookposted on 2023-02-27, 22:33 authored by Jefferson R. SniderJefferson R. Snider, Alfred R. Rodi, Benjamin Cole
Readings in Engineering Thermodynamics:
Thermodynamics is the science of energy transformation. These readings cover theoretical and conceptual topics that compliment lecture/homework in the sophomore-level course ES2310 taught at the University of Wyoming.
Most graphs in the textbook were hand drawn by Benjamin Cole. A few were computer generated. This supplement contains the computer programs (*.pro; Interactive Data Language), graphics files output by the programs (*.ps; page description language), and converted graphics. The converted graphics are portable network graphics files (*.png). The png files were used to build the textbook.
CommentsChanges for 2nd Edition: 1) Figures and tables follow on page after they are called out, 2) Questions are at the end of the file, 3) Second Edition added to title page
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Reversible and irreversible processesFirst Law of ThermodynamicsVarious materials (air, water, refrigerant)Single-phase materialsTwo-phase materialsThermodynamic cycles (vapor compression, Diesel, Brayton, etc.)Closed and open devicesCarnot Devices (engine, refrigerator, heat pump)Second Law of Thermodynamics