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Soltion Handbook For Thermodynamics An Interactive Approach 1st Edition Subrata Bhattacharjee

ISBN-13: 9780137981700

0. Introduction Thermodynamic System and its Interactions with the Environment

0.1 Thermodynamic Programs

0.2 Take a look at and Animations

0.3 Examples of Thermodynamic Programs

0.4 Interactions Between The System and its Environment

0.5 Mass Interplay

0.6 Take a look at and the Daemons

0.7 Power, Work, and Warmth

0.7.1 Warmth and Heating Fee (Q, Q)

0.7.2 Work and Energy (W, W#)

0.8 Work Switch Mechanisms

0.8.1 Mechanical Work (WM, W#M)

0.8.2 Shaft Work (Wsh, W#sh)

0.1.5 Electrical Work (Wel , Wel#)

0.8.3 Boundary Work (WB, W#B)

0.8.4 Move Work (W#F)

0.8.5 Internet Work Switch (W#, Wext)

0.8.6 Different Interactions

0.9 Closure

 

1. Description of a System: States And Properties

1.1 Penalties of Interactions

1.2 States

1.3 Macroscopic vs. Microscopic Thermodynamics

1.4 An Picture Analogy

1.5 Properties of State

1.5.1 Property Analysis by State Daemons

1.5.2 Properties Associated to System Dimension (V, A, m, n, m # , V#, n #)

1.5.3 Density and Particular Quantity (r, v)

1.5.4 Velocity and Elevation (V, z)

1.5.5 Stress (p)

1.5.6 Temperature (T)

1.5.7 Saved Power (E, KE, PE, U, e, ke, pe, u, E#)

1.5.8 Move Power and Enthalpy (j, J#, h, H#)

1.5.9 Entropy (S, s)

1.5.10 Exergy (f, c)

1.6 Property Classification

1.7 Analysis of Prolonged State

1.8 Closure

 

2. Improvement of Stability Equations for Mass, Power, and Entropy: Software to Closed-Regular Programs

2.1 Stability Equations

2.1.1 Mass Stability Equation

2.1.2 Power Stability Equation

2.1.3 Entropy Stability Equation

2.1.4 Entropy and Reversibility

2.2 Closed-Regular Programs

2.3 Cycles—a Particular Case of Closed-Regular Programs

2.3.1 Warmth Engine

2.3.2 Fridge and Warmth Pump

2.3.3 The Carnot Cycle

2.3.4 The Kelvin Temperature Scale

2.4 Closure

 

3. Analysis of Properties: Materials Fashions

3.1 Thermodynamic Equilibrium and States

3.1.1 Equilibrium and LTE (Native Thermodynamic Equilibrium)

3.1.2 The State Postulate

3.1.3 Differential Thermodynamic Relations

3.2 Materials Fashions

3.2.1 State Daemons and TEST-Codes

3.3 The SL (Stable>Liquid) Mannequin

3.3.1 SL Mannequin Assumptions

3.3.2 Equations of State

3.3.3 Mannequin Abstract: SL Mannequin

3.4 The PC (Section-Change) Mannequin

3.4.1 A New Pair of Properties—Qualities x and y

3.4.2 Numerical Simulation

3.4.3 Property Diagrams

3.4.4 Extending the Diagrams: The Stable Section

3.4.5 Thermodynamic Property Tables

3.4.6 Analysis of Section Composition

3.4.7 Properties of Saturated Combination

3.4.8 Subcooled or Compressed Liquid

3.4.9 Supercritical Vapor or Liquid

3.4.10 Sublimation States

3.4.11 Mannequin Abstract—PC Mannequin

3.5 GAS MODELS

3.5.1 The IG (Supreme Gasoline) and PG (Excellent Gasoline) Fashions

3.5.2 IG and PG Mannequin Assumptions

3.5.3 Equations of State

3.5.4 Mannequin Abstract: PG and IG Fashions

3.5.5 The RG (Actual Gasoline) Mannequin

3.5.6 RG Mannequin Assumptions

3.5.7 Compressibility Charts

3.5.8 Different Equations of State

3.5.9 Mannequin Abstract: RG Mannequin

3.6 Combination Fashions

3.6.1 Vacuum

3.7 Normal Reference State and Reference Values

3.8 Choice of a Mannequin

3.9 Closure

 

4. Mass, Power, and Entropy Evaluation of Open-Regular Programs

4.1 Governing Equations and Gadget Efficiencies

4.1.1 TEST and the Open-Regular Daemons

4.1.2 Energetic Effectivity

4.1.3 Internally Reversible System

4.1.4 Isentropic Effectivity

4.2 Complete Evaluation

4.2.1 Pipes, Ducts, or Tubes

4.2.2 Nozzles and Diffusers

4.2.3 Generators

4.2.4 Compressors, Followers, and Pumps

4.2.5 Throttling Valves

4.2.6 Warmth Exchangers

4.2.7 TEST and the Multi-Move Non-Mixing Daemons

4.2.8 Mixing Chambers and Separators

4.2.9 TEST and the Multi-Move Mixing Daemons

4.3 Closure

 

5. Mass, Power, and Entropy Evaluation of Unsteady Programs

5.1 Unsteady Processes

5.1.1 Closed Processes

5.1.2 TEST and the Closed-Course of Daemons

5.1.3 Energetic Effectivity and Reversibility

5.1.4 Uniform Closed Processes

5.1.5 Non-Uniform Programs

5.1.6 TEST and the Non-Uniform Closed-Course of Daemons

5.1.7 Open Processes

5.1.8 TEST and Open-Course of Daemons

5.2 Transient Evaluation

5.2.1 Closed Transient Programs

5.2.2 Remoted Programs

5.2.3 Mechanical Programs

5.2.4 Open Transient Programs

5.3 Differential Processes

5.4 Thermodynamic Cycle as a Closed Course of

5.4.1 Origin of Inner Power

5.4.2 Clausius Inequality and Entropy

5.5 Closure

 

6. Exergy Stability Equation: Software to Regular and Unsteady Programs

6.1 Exergy Stability Equation

6.1.1 Exergy, Reversible Work, and Irreversibility

6.1.2 TEST Daemons for Exergy Evaluation

6.2 Closed-Regular Programs

6.2.1 Exergy Evaluation of Cycles

6.3 Open-Regular Programs

6.4 Closed Processes

6.5 Open Processes

6.6 Closure

 

7. Reciprocating Closed Energy Cycles

7.1 The Closed Carnot Warmth Engine

7.1.1 Significance of the Carnot Engine

7.2 IC Engine Terminology

7.3 Air-Normal Cycles

7.3.1 TEST and the Reciprocating Cycle Daemons

7.4 Otto Cycle

7.4.1 Cycle Evaluation

7.4.2 Qualitative Efficiency Predictions

7.4.3 Gasoline Consideration

7.5 Diesel Cycle

7.5.1 Cycle Evaluation

7.5.2 Gasoline Consideration

7.6 Twin Cycle

7.7 Atkinson and Miller Cycles

7.8 Stirling Cycle

7.9 Two-Stroke Cycle

7.10 Fuels

7.11 Closure

 

8. Open Gasoline Energy Cycle

8.1 The Gasoline Turbine

8.2 The Air-Normal Brayton Cycle

8.2.1 TEST and the Open Gasoline Energy-Cycle Daemons

8.2.2 Gasoline Consideration

8.2.3 Qualitative Efficiency Predictions

8.2.4 Irreversibilities in an Precise Cycle

8.2.5 Exergy Accounting of Brayton Cycle

8.3 Gasoline Turbine With Regeneration

8.4 Gasoline Turbine With Reheat

8.5 Gasoline Turbine With Intercooling and Reheat

8.6 Regenerative Gasoline Turbine With Reheat and Intercooling

8.7 Gasoline Generators For Jet Propulsion

8.7.1 The Momentum Stability Equation

8.7.2 Jet Engine Efficiency

8.7.3 Air-Normal Cycle for Turbojet Evaluation

8.8 Different Types of Jet Propulsion

8.9 Closure

 

9. Open Vapor Energy Cycles

9.1 The Steam Energy Plant

9.2 The Rankine Cycle

9.2.1 Carbon Footprint

9.2.2 TEST and the Open Vapor Energy Cycle Daemons

9.2.3 Qualitative Efficiency Predictions

9.2.4 Parametric Examine of the Rankine Cycle

9.2.5 Irreversibilities in an Precise Cycle

9.2.6 Exergy Accounting of Rankine Cycle

9.3 Modification of Rankine Cycle

9.3.1 Reheat Rankine Cycle

9.3.2 Regenerative Rankine Cycle

9.4 Cogeneration

9.5 Binary Vapor Cycle

9.6 Mixed Cycle

9.7 Closure

 

10. Refrigeration Cycles

10.1 Fridges and Warmth Pump

10.2 Take a look at and the Refrigeration Cycle Daemons

10.3 Vapor-Refrigeration Cycles

10.3.1 Carnot Refrigeration Cycle

10.3.2 Vapor Compression Cycle

10.3.3 Evaluation of an Supreme Vapor-Compression Refrigeration Cycle

10.3.4 Qualitative Efficiency Predictions

10.3.5 Precise Vapor-Compression Cycle

10.3.6 Parts of a Vapor-Compression Plant

10.3.7 Exergy Accounting of Vapor Compression Cycle

10.3.8 Refrigerant Choice

10.3.9 Cascade Refrigeration Programs

10.3.10 Multistage Refrigeration with Flash Chamber

10.4 Absorption Refrigeration Cycle

10.5 Gasoline Refrigeration Cycles

10.5.1 Reversed Brayton Cycle

10.5.2 Linde-Hampson Cycle

10.6 Warmth Pump Programs

10.7 Closure

 

11. Analysis of Properties: Thermodynamic Relations

11.1 Thermodynamic Relations

11.1.1 The Tds Relations

11.1.2 Partial Differential Relations

11.1.3 The Maxwell Relations

11.1.4 The Clapeyron Equation

11.1.5 The Clapeyron-Clausius Equation

11.2 Analysis of Properties

11.2.1 Inner Power

11.2.2 Enthalpy

11.2.3 Entropy

11.2.4 Quantity Expansivity and Compressibility

11.2.5 Particular Heats

11.2.6 Joule-Thompson Coefficient

11.3 The Actual Gasoline (RG) Mannequin

11.4 Combination Fashions

11.4.1 Combination Composition

11.4.2 Combination Daemons

11.4.3 PG and IG Combination Fashions

11.4.4 Mass, Power, and Entropy Equations for IG-Mixtures

11.4.5 Actual Gasoline Combination Mannequin

11.5 Closure

 

12. Psychrometry

12.1 The Moist Air Mannequin

12.1.1 Mannequin Assumptions

12.1.2 Saturation Processes

12.1.3 Absolute and Relative Humidity

12.1.4 Dry- and Moist-Bulb Temperatures

12.1.5 Moist Air (MA) Daemons

12.1.6 Extra properties of Moist Air

12.2 Mass And Power Stability Equations

12.2.1 Open-Regular Gadget

12.2.2 Closed Course of

12.3 Adiabatic Saturation and Moist-Bulb Temperature

12.4 Psychrometric Chart

12.5 Air-Conditioning Processes

12.5.1 Easy Heating or Cooling

12.5.2 Heating with Humidification

12.5.3 Cooling with Dehumidification

12.5.4 Evaporative Cooling

12.5.5 Adiabatic Mixing

12.5.6 Moist Cooling Tower

12.6 Closure

 

13. Combustion

13.1 Combustion Response

13.1.1 Combustion Daemons

13.1.2 Fuels

13.1.3 Air

13.1.4 Combustion Merchandise

13.2 System Evaluation

13.3 Open-Regular Gadget

13.3.1 Enthalpy of Formation

13.3.2 Power Evaluation

13.3.3 Entropy Evaluation

13.3.4 Exergy Evaluation

13.3.5 Isothermal Combustion—Gasoline Cells

13.3.6 Adiabatic Combustion—Energy Vegetation

13.4 Closed Course of

13.5 Combustion Efficiencies

13.6 Closure

 

14. Equilibrium

14.1 Standards for Equilibrium

14.2 Equilibrium of Gasoline Mixtures

14.3 Section Equilibrium

14.3.1 Osmotic Stress and Desalination

14.4 Chemical Equilibrium

14.4.1 Equilibrium Daemons

14.4.2 Equilibrium Composition

14.5 Closure

 

15. Gasoline Dynamics

15.1 One-Dimensional Move

15.1.1 Static, Stagnation and Whole Properties

15.1.2 The Gasoline Dynamics Daemon

15.2 Isentropic Move of a Excellent Gasoline

15.3 Mach Quantity

15.4 Form of an Isentropic Duct

15.5 Isentropic Desk for Excellent Gases

15.6 Impact of Again Stress: Converging Nozzle

15.7 Impact of Again Stress: Converging-Diverging Nozzle

15.7.1 Regular Shock

15.7.2 Regular Shock in a Nozzle

15.8 Nozzle and Diffuser Coefficients

15.9 Closure

 

Appendices

Glossary

Index

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