An introduction to thermodynamics. The laws of thermodynamics the science that deals with energy and its transformation have wide applicability in several branches of engineering and science. The revised edition of this introductory text for undergraduate engineering courses covers the physical concepts of thermodynamics and demonstrates the underlying principles through practical situations. The traditional classical macroscopic approach is used in this text. Numerous solved examples and more than unsolved problems included as chapter-end exercises will help the reader gain confidence for applying the principles of thermodynamics in real-life problems. Sufficient data needed for solving problems have been included in the appendices.
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The laws of thermodynamics have wide applicability and are used in several branches of engineering and sciences. Being a quantitative subject, an exposure to a considerable number of problems will greatly enhance the reader's confidence and ability in applying the principles of thermodynamics for solving pr Thermodynamics is one of the most fascinating branches of science.
Being a quantitative subject, an exposure to a considerable number of problems will greatly enhance the reader's confidence and ability in applying the principles of thermodynamics for solving practical problems. This manual contains the complete solutions for all the chapter-end problems in the textbook. An Introduction to Thermodynamics, and will serve as a handy reference to teachers as well as students.
The data presented in the form of tables and charts in the main textbook are made use of in this manual for solving the problems. The notation used in this manual is identical to that used in the main textbook. Readers are advised to refer to the solutions in this manual only after attempting the problems on their own.
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