Book Name: Principles of Thermodynamics
Author: Jean-Philippe Ansermet, Sylvain D. Brechet
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Pages: 529 / 542
File size: 11.50 MB
File format: PDF
Principles of Thermodynamics Pdf Book Description:
Within this opening paragraph, thermodynamics is introduced as a pure expansion of mechanisms, so the laws and theories learned in mechanics function to get familiar with the notion. The bases of thermodynamics are introduced in the initial part. The next part covers a vast selection of programs, which can be of fundamental significance in the fields of mathematics, chemistry and technology, such as calorimetry, phase transitions, heat engines and chemical responses.
In the next part, dedicated to constant press, Fourier and Fick’s laws, diffusion equations and lots of transport outcomes are derived with a unified strategy. Every chapter concludes with a collection of worked examples and many exercises, to reinforce key concepts under discussion. A complete solutions manual can be found in the close of the publication. It comprises over 150 issues based on modern issues faced by engineers and scientists who are solved in detail to graduate and undergraduate students.
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