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||Advanced Thermodynamics Engineering 2nd Edition
Author: Kalyan Annamalai, Ishwar K. Puri, Milind A. Jog
Description: Advanced Thermodynamics Engineering, Second Edition is designed for readers who need to understand and apply the engineering physics of thermodynamic concepts. It employs a self-teaching format that reinforces presentation of critical concepts, mathematical relationships, and equations with concrete physical examples and explanations of applications—to help readers apply principles to their own real-world problems. Less Mathematical/Theoretical Derivations—More Focus on Practical Application Because both students and professionals must grasp theory almost immediately in this ever-changing electronic era, this book—now completely in decimal outline format—uses a phenomenological approach to problems, making advanced concepts easier to understand. After a decade teaching advanced thermodynamics, the authors infuse their own style and tailor content based on their observations as professional engineers, as well as feedback from their students. Condensing more esoteric material to focus on practical uses for this continuously evolving area of science, this book is filled with revised problems and extensive tables on thermodynamic properties and other useful information. The authors include an abundance of examples, figures, and illustrations to clarify presented ideas, and additional material and software tools are available for download. The result is a powerful, practical instructional tool that gives readers a strong conceptual foundation on which to build a solid, functional understanding of thermodynamics engineering.
Table of Content: Thermolab Excel-Based Software for Thermodynamic Properties and Flame Temperatures of Fuels Introduction Importance, Significance and Limitations Review of Thermodynamics Mathematical Background Overview of Microscopic/Nanothermodynamics Summary Appendix: Stokes and Gauss Theorems First Law of Thermodynamics Zeroth Law First Law for a Closed System Quasi Equilibrium (QE) and Nonquasi-equilibrium (NQE) Processes Enthalpy and First Law Adiabatic Reversible Process for Ideal Gas with Constant Specific Heats First Law for an Open System Applications of First Law for an Open System Integral and Differential Forms of Conservation Equations Second Law of Thermodynamics and Entropy Thermal and Mechanical Energy Reservoirs Heat Engine and Heat Pump Consequences of the Second Law Entropy Entropy Balance Equation for a Closed System Irreversibility Entropy Measurements and Evaluation Local and Global Equilibrium Entropy: Energy Relation for Single Component Incompressible Fluids Third Law Entropy Balance Equation for an Open System Internally Reversible Work for an Open System Irreversible Processes and Efficiencies Cyclic Processes Entropy Balance in Integral and Differential Form Maximum Entropy and Minimum Energy Generalized Derivation of Equilibrium for a Single Phase Multiphase Multicomponent Equilibrium Availability Optimum Work and Irreversibility in a Closed System Availability or Exergy Analyses for a Closed System Generalized Availability Analysis Availability/Exergetic Efficiency Chemical Availability Integral and Differential Forms of Availability Balance Postulatory (Gibbsian) Thermodynamics Classical Rationale for Postulatory Approach Simple Compressible Substance Legendre Transform Application of Legendre Transform Work Modes and Generalized State Relation Thermodynamic Postulates for Simple Systems Fundamental Equations in Thermodynamics State Relationships for Real Gases and Liquids Equations of State Virial Equations Clausius-I Equation of State VW Equation of State Redlich-Kwong Equation of State Other Two-Parameter Equations of State Compressibility Charts (Principle of Corresponding States) Boyle Temperature and Boyle Curves Deviation Function Three Parameter Equations of State Generalized Equation of State Empirical Equations of State State Equations for Liquids/Solids Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Fluids Ideal Gas Properties James Clark Maxwell, 1831–1879 Relations Generalized Relations Evaluation of Thermodynamic Properties Pitzer Effect Kesler Equation of State (KES) and Kesler Tables Fugacity Experiments to Measure (uo – u) Vapor/Liquid Equilibrium Curve Throttling Processes Development Of Thermodynamic Tables Thermodynamic Properties of Mixtures Generalized Relations and Partial and Mixture Molal Properties Useful Relations for Partial Molal Properties Ideal Gas Mixture Ideal Solution Fugacity Excess Property Osmotic Pressure Molal Properties Using the Equations of State Phase Equilibrium for a Mixture Miscible, Immiscible, and Partially Miscible Mixture Phase Equilibrium Simplified Criteria for Phase Equilibrium Pressure and Temperature Diagrams Dissolved Gases in Liquids Deviations from Raoults Law Stability Criteria for an Isolated System Mathematical Criterion for Stability Application to Boiling and Condensation Entropy Generation during Irreversible Transformation Spinodal Curves Determination of Vapor Bubble and Drop Sizes Chemically Reacting Systems Chemical Reactions and Combustion Thermochemistry First Law Analyses for Chemically Reacting Systems Combustion Analyses in the Case of Nonideal Behavior Second Law Analysis of Chemically Reacting Systems Mass Conservation and Mole Balance Equations Overview on Energy Consumption and Combustion Reaction Direction and Chemical Equilibrium Reaction Direction and Chemical Equilibrium Criteria for Direction of Reaction for Fixed Mass System Chemical Equilibrium Relations Vant Hoff Equation Equilibrium for Multiple Reactions Adiabatic Flame Temperature with Chemical Equilibrium Gibbs Minimization Method Appendix: Equilibrium Constant for any Reaction in Terms of Equilibrium Constants of Elements Availability Analysis for Reacting Systems Entropy Generation through Chemical Reactions Availability Fuel Cells Fuel Availability IC Engines and Exergy Thermal Sciences and Biological Systems Biomass Processing Food and Nutrients Human Body Metabolism Thermochemistry of Metabolism in Biological Systems Heat Transfer Analysis from the Body Body Temperature and Warm and Cold Blooded Second Law and Entropy Generation in Biological Systems Entropy Generation Through Chemical Reactions Lifespan, Energy and Entropy Allometry Problems A Summary of Chapterwise Formulae Appendix A: Tables Appendix B: Charts