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Unformatted text preview: dually. Being able to rework your group’s effort will show you whether you really understood everything. During exams, all work presented must be your own. Any cases of cheating will be dealt with in accordance with the corresponding University regulations against academic dishonesty. List of topics and tentative schedule of classes: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Introduction. Fluids, volume, density, pressure in gasses and liquids. Pressure in liquids (continued), and applications. Buoyancy. The Equation of Continuity and Bernoulli’s Equation. Temperature (the macroscopic view), temperature scales, phase changes. Ideal gases and the Ideal-Gas Law. Thermal energy, work, energy transfer, thermal equilibrium, heat. Energy conservation and The First Law of Thermodynamics. 7) Thermal properties of matter, specific heat, phase changes (again), calorimetry, adiabatic processes. 8) The microscopic view. The connection between the macroscopic and the microscopic view. Pressure, temperature and energy in the microscopic view. 9) Energy exchange in the microscopic view, entropy. 10) The Second Law of The...
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