Th10Ch01 - THERMODYNAMICS OVERVIEW Thermodynamics...

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THERMODYNAMICS OVERVIEW Thermodynamics Thermodynamics is the study of the relationship between all forms of Energy beginning historically with the relationship between Heat and Work. Laws of Thermodynamics ( fundamental observations) Mass Balance ( should be a law ) Mass can not be created or destroyed and is conserved . First Law Heat and work are equivalent Property energy is defined Energy can change form, can not be destroyed, and is conserved Second Law Heat can not be converted completely to work. Property entropy defined. Ideal and actual heat engine efficiency.
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THERMODYNAMICS IN DESIGN Thermodynamic Analysis – Process Analysis Thermodynamic analysis is the first step in energy system design. Through Thermodynamic Analysis the required mass flows, volume flows, temperatures and pressures are established. Performance is determined. ENERGY SYSTEMS Food Processing Plants Rocket Engines Air Conditioning Systems Refrigeration Systems Heating Systems Gas Turbine Engines Gasoline Engines Diesel Engines Steam Power Plants Chemical Plants Compression Systems Gas Liquefaction
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Thermodynamics Concepts Thermodynamic System Properties State Point Process Cycle Heat Work Energy First Law - Energy Balance lead the analysis
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Thermodynamic System Control Volume HEAT WORK MASS 3 Types of SYSTEMS Closed Open Unsteady Heat added to a system and Work done by a system are positive (+) by convention.
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Concepts System Properties State Point Process Cycle CLOSED THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEM NON FLOW SYSTEM A MASS OF MATERIAL. Heat and Work can cross the system boundaries.
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2011 for the course MAE 204 taught by Professor Errington during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Th10Ch01 - THERMODYNAMICS OVERVIEW Thermodynamics...

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