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The Clausius Theorem Entropy Analogy between the First and Second Laws The T-dS equations T-
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Some general features of spontaneous processes
Over arching fundamental ideas
Cyclic processes Clausius and Kelvin-Planck Kelvinstatements of the Second Law
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The Second Law Reversible processes
Reversibility Irreversibility
Reversible cycle
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Consequences of the Second Law A summary review Power cycles
What is a reversible power cycle?
The Carnot Cycle
A fully reversible power cycle. cycle.
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The direction of physical proces
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Foundations of the Second Law The Second Law
Clausius Statement Kelvin-Planck Statement Kelvin-
Equivalence Proof
Self-consistency test SelfA First Course in Thermodynamics 2006 F. A. Kulacki Mod 24
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SMETSYS YGRENE 5 - STNENOPMOC 5 - STNENOPMOC
HEAT EXCHANGERS
Mod 20 Slide 1 Steady Flow Engineer
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Irreversibility Increase of entropy principle
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Increase of Entropy
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Mod 16 Slide 2 Energy Systems Components-Nozzles and Diffusers
Steady state Adiabatic boundaries Equilibrium states at inlet and outlet Mass
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Impeller
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SMETSYS YGRENE 3 - STNENOPMOC 3 - STNENOPMOC
COMPRESSORS AND PUMPS
Mod 18 Slide 1 Energ
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SMETSYS YGRENE
Adiabatic Boundary
2 - STNENOPMOC 2 - STNENOPMOC
THROTTLING DEVICES
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