Thermodynamics Problem Solver

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Research & Education Assoc., Apr 27, 2012 - Study Aids - 1104 pages
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The Problem Solvers are an exceptional series of books that are thorough, unusually well-organized, and structured in such a way that they can be used with any text. No other series of study and solution guides has come close to the Problem Solvers in usefulness, quality, and effectiveness. Educators consider the Problem Solvers the most effective series of study aids on the market. Students regard them as most helpful for their school work and studies. With these books, students do not merely memorize the subject matter, they really get to understand it. Each Problem Solver is over 1,000 pages, yet each saves hours of time in studying and finding solutions to problems. These solutions are worked out in step-by-step detail, thoroughly and clearly. Each book is fully indexed for locating specific problems rapidly. For students in engineering, physics, and chemistry. Comprehensive problems are included in pressure, work and heat, energy, entropy, first and second laws, ideal gas processes, vapor refrigeration cycles, mixtures, and solutions.
 

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Contents

THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES AND STATE OF PURE SUBSTANCES
xix
WORK AND HEAT
32
ENERGY AND THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
62
ENTROPY AND THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
150
IRREVERSIBILITY AND AVAILABILITY
222
THERMODYNAMIC RELATIONS
264
IDEAL AND REAL GAS PROCESSES AND RELATIONS
328
VAPOR POWER AND REFRIGERATION CYCLES
397
AIRSTANDARD POWER AND REFRIGERATION CYCLES
487
MIXTURES AND SOLUTIONS
605
CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND EQUILIBRIUM
671
FLOW THROUGH NOZZLES AND BLADE PASSAGES
785
HEAT TRANSFER
820
STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS
920
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Page vii - TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND A TOPIC THOROUGHLY 1. Refer to your class text and read the section pertaining to the topic. You should become acquainted with the principles discussed there. These principles, however, may not be clear to you at that time. 2. Then locate the topic you are looking for by referring to the "Table of Contents" in the front of "The Mathematics for Engineers Problem Solver.

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