Thermal Sciences:An Introduction to Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer with CD

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Thermal Sciences:An Introduction to Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer with CD

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This book allows a school to use a common text for two key subjects: thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, with a short introduction to heat transfer. Taking a well-balanced approach, the authors clearly demonstrate the connections among the three interrelated subjects. Because of the consistent terminology and continuity, students will find it easier to learn the three subj This book allows a school to use a common text for two key subjects: thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, with a short introduction to heat transfer. Taking a well-balanced approach, the authors clearly demonstrate the connections among the three interrelated subjects. Because of the consistent terminology and continuity, students will find it easier to learn the three subjects. Instructors will also find it easier to refer to material covered earlier (e.g. thermodynamic laws as applied in fluid mechanics and heat transfer). The book provides the appropriate amount of material for non-mechanical engineering students. Addressing various levels of difficulty, the authors provide a wealth of examples and exercises, including synthesis problems and design problems. Features: Assists in the effective teaching and learning of engineering design, which often involves application of all three subjects to a particular design project. Includes examples that clarify all of the important concepts with hundreds of homework problems for effective learning of these concepts, including FE/EIT-type problems. Incorporates helpful learning features such as chapter outlines and summaries, helpful margin notes, nomenclature lists, and more. Incorporates helpful learning features such as chapter outlines and summaries, helpful margin notes, nomenclature lists, and more. Table Of Contents: Part 1: THERMODYNAMICS CONCEPTS, DEFINITIONS, AND BASIC PRINCIPLES. Introduction. Thermodynamic Systems and Control Volumes. Macroscopic Description. Properties and State of a System. Equilibrium Processes and Cycles. Units. Density, Specific Volume, Specific Weight. Pressure. Temperature. Energy.


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This book allows a school to use a common text for two key subjects: thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, with a short introduction to heat transfer. Taking a well-balanced approach, the authors clearly demonstrate the connections among the three interrelated subjects. Because of the consistent terminology and continuity, students will find it easier to learn the three subj This book allows a school to use a common text for two key subjects: thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, with a short introduction to heat transfer. Taking a well-balanced approach, the authors clearly demonstrate the connections among the three interrelated subjects. Because of the consistent terminology and continuity, students will find it easier to learn the three subjects. Instructors will also find it easier to refer to material covered earlier (e.g. thermodynamic laws as applied in fluid mechanics and heat transfer). The book provides the appropriate amount of material for non-mechanical engineering students. Addressing various levels of difficulty, the authors provide a wealth of examples and exercises, including synthesis problems and design problems. Features: Assists in the effective teaching and learning of engineering design, which often involves application of all three subjects to a particular design project. Includes examples that clarify all of the important concepts with hundreds of homework problems for effective learning of these concepts, including FE/EIT-type problems. Incorporates helpful learning features such as chapter outlines and summaries, helpful margin notes, nomenclature lists, and more. Incorporates helpful learning features such as chapter outlines and summaries, helpful margin notes, nomenclature lists, and more. Table Of Contents: Part 1: THERMODYNAMICS CONCEPTS, DEFINITIONS, AND BASIC PRINCIPLES. Introduction. Thermodynamic Systems and Control Volumes. Macroscopic Description. Properties and State of a System. Equilibrium Processes and Cycles. Units. Density, Specific Volume, Specific Weight. Pressure. Temperature. Energy.
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Title Thermal Sciences:An Introduction to Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer with CD Height 1
Merle Potter - Michigan State University Width 1
ISBN-13 9788131502389 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #8131502384 Spine Width
Publisher Cengage Learning Pages 798
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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