Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2011
Homework #3
Due Tuesday, September 20th
1. (a) 100 g of liquid water initially at 25 C are contained in an insulating plastic cup of
negligible thermal mass. A piece of Cu metal of mass 20 g is initially in a furnace

Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2011
Homework #4
Due Friday, September 30th
1. Calculate the entropy change when 2.00g of pure Si (at. wt. 28.1) and 3.0g of pure solid Ge
(at. wt. 72.6) are mixed to form an ideal solution.
2. Given below is a table of e

Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2010
Homework #2
Due Tuesday, Sept. 13
1. a) The variation
! u = (6 x 2 y + 3 ln y)dx + (2 x 3 + 3x / y)dy
is an exact differential and u is given by
u = 2 x 3 y + 3x ln y
Demonstrate by integrating ! u along the two diff

MTLE-4150, Spring 2016
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Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2014
Final Examination
December 10, 2014
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Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2015
Examination #2
December 4, 2015
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Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2014
Examination #2
November 25, 2014
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Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2015
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Thermodynamics HW 12
Question 1
Since the solution is ideal, there is no enthalpy of mixing. Enthalpy is just the enthalpy required to melt one mole of chromium
oxide.
SmAl2 O3 = SmCr2 O3
(1)
SmAl2 O3 = Hm/T m = 107500/2324 = 46.2565J/K
(2)
HmCr2 O3 = Sm

Thermodynamics of Materials, 2015, Exam 1
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answers together, use the space provided. If the answers are not labeled correctly, they will not b

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Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2014
Examination #1
October 17, 2014
It is your responsibility to show that you arrived at the answer using a sequence of clearly
defined, clearly written and easily readable calculations.
Do not write all ove

Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2010
Homework #2
Due Tuesday, Sept. 13
1. a) The variation
! u = (6 x 2 y + 3 ln y)dx + (2 x 3 + 3x / y)dy
is an exact differential and u is given by
u = 2 x 3 y + 3x ln y
Demonstrate by integrating ! u along the two diff

Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2011
Homework #3
Due Tuesday, September 20th
1. (a) 100 g of liquid water initially at 25 C are contained in an insulating plastic cup of
negligible thermal mass. A piece of Cu metal of mass 20 g is initially in a furnace

Thermodynamics of Materials, Fall 2011
Homework #4
Due Friday, September 30th
1. Calculate the entropy change when 2.00g of pure Si (at. wt. 28.1) and 3.0g of pure solid Ge
(at. wt. 72.6) are mixed to form an ideal solution.
2. Given below is a table of e