Thermal Physics: Course Outline
- Describing systems and their behavior.
- Measuring mass, length, time and Force.
- Engineering design and analysis.
- Broading our understanding of work.
- Broading our understanding of energy.
- energy transfer by heat.
- Energy accounting: energy balance for closed systems.
- Energy analysis of cycles.
- Chapter summary and study guide.
- Evaluating properties: General considerations.
- P–V–T relation, Retrieving thermodynamic Properties.
- Generalized compressibility chart.
- Evaluating properties using the ideal gas model 100.
- Ideal gas model.
- Internal energy.
- Specific heats of ideal gases.
- Evaluating ?u and ?h using ideal gas tables.
- Software and constant specific heats.
- Polytrophic process of an ideal gas.
- Conservation of mass for a control volume.
- Conservation of energy for a control volume.
- Analyzing control volumes at steady state.
- Transient analysis.
- Identifying irreversibility.
- Applying the second law to thermodynamic cycles.
- Defining the Kelvin temperature scale.
- Maximum performance measures for cycles operating between two reservoirs.
- Carnet cycle. Using entropy: Introducing entropy.
- Defining entropy change.
- Retrieving entropy data.
- Entropy change in internally reversible.
- Entropy balance for closed systems.
- Entropy rate balance for control volumes.
- Isentropic processes.
- Isentropic efficiencies of turbines,
- Compressors and pumps.
- Heat transfer and work in internally reversible.
- Steady-state flow processes.
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