Chapter 1
Introduction and Basic Concepts
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Nomenclature
A
area (m2)
CP
specific heat at constant
pressure (kJ/(kgK)
CV
spec

Chapter 6
Second Law of
Thermodynamics
1
Overview
Introduce the second law of thermodynamics.
Discuss thermal energy reservoirs, reversible and irreversible
processes, heat engines, refrigerators, and heat pumps.
Describe the KelvinPlanck and Clausius

Chapter 9
Gas Power Cycles
1
General Overview
Thermodynamics
Cycles
Thermodynamics
Cycles
Power cycles
(Chapter 9 & 10)
Refrigeration
cycles
(Chapter 11)
Produce net
power output
(heat engine)
Produce
refrigeration
effect
(Refrigerator,
heat pump)
Thermod

Chapter 7
2
Objectives
Apply the second law of thermodynamics to processes.
Define a new property called entropy to quantify the secondlaw effects.
Establish the increase of entropy principle.
Calculate the entropy changes that take place during
proce

Chapter-2
First law and Energy
Analysis
1
Overview
Introduce the first law of thermodynamics, energy
balances, and mechanisms of energy transfer to or from
a system.
Study of fluid flowing across a control surface of a
control volume.
Discuss the impli

Chapter 2
Energy and Energy Transfer
1
Energy, energy transfer, and general energy analysis
Lightning:The electric potential energy in the atmosphere changes into
thermal energy, light, and sound, which are other forms of energy
2
Overview
Introduce the

Chapter 1
Introduction and
basic concepts
1
Overview
Basic concepts to form a sound foundation for the
development of the principles of thermodynamics.
Explain the basic concepts of thermodynamics
such as system, state, state postulate, equilibrium,
pro

(VAPOURCOMPRESSION)
REFRIGERATION
CYCLES
Objectives
Introduce the concepts of refrigerators and heat pumps and the
measure of their performance.
Analyze the ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle.
Analyze the actual vapor-compression refrigeration cy

Chapter 5
Mass and energy
analysis of
control volumes
1
Overview
5-1 Conserva-on of mass
5-2 Flow work and the energy of a owing
uid
5-3 Energy analysis of steady-ow systems
5-4 Some steady-ow engineering devices
2
Conservation of mass
Conservati

Chapter 15
Combustion Reactions
(Chemical Reactions)
Objectives
Give an overview of fuels and combustion.
Define and identify hydrocarbon fuels,
combustion reactions, stoichiometric air, excess
air, deficiency of air and adiabatic flame
temperature
Cal

Chapter 10
Vapor and Combined Power Cycles
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We consider power cycles where the working fluid undergoes a phase change. The
be

Chapter 2
Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis
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We will soon learn how to apply the first law of thermodynami

Chapter 9
Gas Power Cycles
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Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 7th edition
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Our study of gas power cycles will involve the study of those heat engines in which
the working f

Chapter 5
Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes
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Conservation of Energy for Control volumes
The conservation of mass an

Chapter 11
Refrigeration Cycles
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The vapor compression refrigeration cycle is a common method for transferring heat
from a lo

Chapter 4
Energy Analysis of Closed Systems
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The first law of thermodynamics is an expression of the conservation of energy
p

Chapter 7 Continued
Entropy: A Measure of Disorder
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Example 7-9
Air, initially at 17oC, is compressed in an isentropic proc

Chapter 10
VAPOUR AND COMBINED
POWER CYCLES
General Overview
Thermodynamics
Cycles
Thermodynamics
Cycles
Power cycles
(Chapter 9 &
10)
Refrigeration
cycles
(Chapter 11)
Produce net
power output
(heat engine)
Produce
refrigeration
effect
(Refrigerator,
hea