Engineering Thermodynamics

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ISBN:

9780199456154

Publication date:

18/11/2015

Paperback

916 pages

280.0x216.0mm

Price: 1450.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199456154

Publication date:

18/11/2015

Paperback

916 pages

280.0x216.0mm

Second Edition

P. Chattopadhyay

This second edition of Engineering Thermodynamics is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students of Mechanical Engineering. A self-study text, it provides an in-depth coverage of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. While providing the mathematical representation, it also lays emphasis on the physical aspects of the subject.

Suitable for: Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering students

Rights:  World Rights

Second Edition

P. Chattopadhyay

Description

This second edition of Engineering Thermodynamics is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students of Mechanical Engineering. A self-study text, it provides an in-depth coverage of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. While providing the mathematical representation, it also lays emphasis on the physical aspects of the subject. Starting with the basic concepts, the book goes on to discuss important topics such as entropy, thermodynamic availability, properties of steam, real and ideal gas, power cycles, and chemical equilibrium in increasing order of complexity. A lucid exposition of the fundamental concepts of thermodynamics in the book along with numerous worked-out examples and well-labelled detailed illustrations are sure to instil in the beginners a holistic understanding of the subject.

Second Edition

P. Chattopadhyay

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Basic Concepts Chapter 2: Heat and Work Transfer Chapter 3: First Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 4: Second Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 5: Entropy Chapter 6: Thermodynamic Availability Chapter 7: Properties of Steam Chapter 8: Ideal Gas and Real Gas Chapter 9: Vapour Power Cycles Chapter 10: Gas Power Cycles Chapter 11: Refrigeration Cycles Chapter 12: Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 13: Combustion Chapter 14: Thermodynamic Relations Chapter 15: Psychrometrics Chapter 16: Thermodynamics of Turbomachines Chapter 17: Reciprocating Air Compressors

Second Edition

P. Chattopadhyay

Features

• Presents an extensive coverage with comprehensive treatment backed up by mathematical representation through rigorous analysis of classical thermodynamics while retaining an engineering perspective • Includes important notes and interesting facts throughout the text highlighting critical aspects for better understanding • Provides numerous real-world engineering examples showing how thermodynamics is applied in engineering practice through an intuitive and systematic analysis of the process(es) involved • Provides detailed hints to hundreds of numerical problems • Presents numerous theoretical problems with complete and comprehensive answers • Embeds numerical values always with their units as those numbers without units are meaningless • Provides a strong graphical and schematic support emphasizing the key concepts throughout the text • Contains a huge assemblage of tables and charts that include extensive Steam Tables along with Mollier Chart, Refrigeration Tables and Charts, Physicochemical Properties of gases in addition to Conversion Tables with basic data on fuels and combustion

Description

This second edition of Engineering Thermodynamics is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students of Mechanical Engineering. A self-study text, it provides an in-depth coverage of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. While providing the mathematical representation, it also lays emphasis on the physical aspects of the subject. Starting with the basic concepts, the book goes on to discuss important topics such as entropy, thermodynamic availability, properties of steam, real and ideal gas, power cycles, and chemical equilibrium in increasing order of complexity. A lucid exposition of the fundamental concepts of thermodynamics in the book along with numerous worked-out examples and well-labelled detailed illustrations are sure to instil in the beginners a holistic understanding of the subject.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1: Basic Concepts Chapter 2: Heat and Work Transfer Chapter 3: First Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 4: Second Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 5: Entropy Chapter 6: Thermodynamic Availability Chapter 7: Properties of Steam Chapter 8: Ideal Gas and Real Gas Chapter 9: Vapour Power Cycles Chapter 10: Gas Power Cycles Chapter 11: Refrigeration Cycles Chapter 12: Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 13: Combustion Chapter 14: Thermodynamic Relations Chapter 15: Psychrometrics Chapter 16: Thermodynamics of Turbomachines Chapter 17: Reciprocating Air Compressors

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