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1 Prof.Naik © 2010 ME 200: Thermodynamics I Last Lecture Prof.Naik © 2010 Moving boundary work It f P d V k i t t i » Importance of PdV work interaction » Physical interpretation of PdV work and its evaluation Some other types of work interaction such as shaft work, spring work, etc.
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2 This Lecture Concept of Total Energy Prof.Naik © 2010 Energy Prof.Naik © 2010 Energy exists in several forms In engineering we are mainly interested in changes in In engineering, we are mainly interested in changes in energy and not the absolute value Total energy includes macroscopic forms of energy and microscopic forms of energy Macroscopic energy is at the system (large) level » Potential Energy (PE): » Kinetic Energy (KE):
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3 Energy (contd.) Prof.Naik © 2010 Microscopic energy is at the molecular (small) level
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