Engineering Thermodynamics

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This book, Engineering Thermodynamics, has been revised for including the latest on the subject. Summary Of The Book The method of teaching in this book has been improved by including a number of questions, solved examples, and multiple choice questions in the book. This book has a complete coverage of the course contents of Engineering Thermodynamics. The language and presentation in this book is easy for students to understand. The book follows the right approach by explaining the properties of pure substances before introducing the laws of Thermodynamics. The book includes 534 Review Questions (Numerical), 220 Solved Examples, newly included 72 Multiple Choice Questions, and 550 Review Questions (Theoretical). The topics newly added in this edition include Applications of Thermodynamics, Automobiles-I.C. Engines, Power Generation-Steam Power Plants, Fuel Cells, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, and Alternative method to prove Inequality of Clausius. The first six chapters include Introduction, Work and Heat Transfer, Temperature, First Law Applied to Flow Processes, First Law of Thermodynamics, and Second Law of Thermodynamics. The next six chapters cover Entropy, Properties of Pure Substances, Available Energy, Availability and Irreversibility, Properties of Gases and Mixtures, Properties of Pure Substances, Thermodynamics Relations, Equilibrium and Stability, and Vapour Power Cycles. The last six chapters are Gas Power Cycles, Psychrometrics, Refrigeration Cycles, Compressible Fluid Flow, Reactive Systems, and Gas Compressors. About P. K. Nag P. K. Nag has authored about 150 research papers in several international and national proceedings and journals. Some of the other books by him include Power Plant Engineering, Heat and Mass Transfer, Basic and Applied Thermodynamics, and Engineering Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics. P. K. Nag worked in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, for about forty years. After he retired from IIT, he was an Emeritus Fellow of AICTE, New Delhi, posted at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, till June 2005. He was a Visiting Professor during 1985-86 and 1993-94 in the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University), Halifax, Canada. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers and a Fellow of the National Academy of Engineering (FNAE). In 1995, he has received the President of India medal (1995) from the Institution of Engineers (India). He is a Life Member of the Indian Society for Heat and Mass Transfer, Indian Society for Technical Education, and the Combustion Institute, USA (Indian section). Table of Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Temperature Chapter 3. Work and Heat Transfer Chapter 4. First Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 5. First Law Applied to Flow Processes Chapter 6. Second Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 7. Entropy Chapter 8. Available Energy, Availability and Irreversibility Chapter 9. Properties of Pure Substances Chapter 10. Properties of Gases and Mixtures Chapter 11. Thermodynamics Relations, Equilibrium and Stability Chapter 12. Vapour Power Cycles Chapter 13. Gas Power Cycles Chapter 14. Refrigeration Cycles Chapter 15. Psychrometrics Chapter 16. Reactive Systems Chapter 17. Compressible Fluid Flow Chapter 18. Gas Compressors

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This book, Engineering Thermodynamics, has been revised for including the latest on the subject. Summary Of The Book The method of teaching in this book has been improved by including a number of questions, solved examples, and multiple choice questions in the book. This book has a complete coverage of the course contents of Engineering Thermodynamics. The language and presentation in this book is easy for students to understand. The book follows the right approach by explaining the properties of pure substances before introducing the laws of Thermodynamics. The book includes 534 Review Questions (Numerical), 220 Solved Examples, newly included 72 Multiple Choice Questions, and 550 Review Questions (Theoretical). The topics newly added in this edition include Applications of Thermodynamics, Automobiles-I.C. Engines, Power Generation-Steam Power Plants, Fuel Cells, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, and Alternative method to prove Inequality of Clausius. The first six chapters include Introduction, Work and Heat Transfer, Temperature, First Law Applied to Flow Processes, First Law of Thermodynamics, and Second Law of Thermodynamics. The next six chapters cover Entropy, Properties of Pure Substances, Available Energy, Availability and Irreversibility, Properties of Gases and Mixtures, Properties of Pure Substances, Thermodynamics Relations, Equilibrium and Stability, and Vapour Power Cycles. The last six chapters are Gas Power Cycles, Psychrometrics, Refrigeration Cycles, Compressible Fluid Flow, Reactive Systems, and Gas Compressors. About P. K. Nag P. K. Nag has authored about 150 research papers in several international and national proceedings and journals. Some of the other books by him include Power Plant Engineering, Heat and Mass Transfer, Basic and Applied Thermodynamics, and Engineering Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics. P. K. Nag worked in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, for about forty years. After he retired from IIT, he was an Emeritus Fellow of AICTE, New Delhi, posted at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, till June 2005. He was a Visiting Professor during 1985-86 and 1993-94 in the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University), Halifax, Canada. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers and a Fellow of the National Academy of Engineering (FNAE). In 1995, he has received the President of India medal (1995) from the Institution of Engineers (India). He is a Life Member of the Indian Society for Heat and Mass Transfer, Indian Society for Technical Education, and the Combustion Institute, USA (Indian section). Table of Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Temperature Chapter 3. Work and Heat Transfer Chapter 4. First Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 5. First Law Applied to Flow Processes Chapter 6. Second Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 7. Entropy Chapter 8. Available Energy, Availability and Irreversibility Chapter 9. Properties of Pure Substances Chapter 10. Properties of Gases and Mixtures Chapter 11. Thermodynamics Relations, Equilibrium and Stability Chapter 12. Vapour Power Cycles Chapter 13. Gas Power Cycles Chapter 14. Refrigeration Cycles Chapter 15. Psychrometrics Chapter 16. Reactive Systems Chapter 17. Compressible Fluid Flow Chapter 18. Gas Compressors
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P Nag , PK Nag Width
ISBN-13 9780070260627 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0070260621 Spine Width
Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe Pages 840
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