Chapter 1
Learning objectives: 1. Identify vocabulary to be used in the area of thermodynamics 2. Review dimension and units 3. Closed and open systems 4. Introduce important concepts: state, properties, process, cycle, energy, equilibrium 5. Measurement
CHAPTER 2
Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the different forms of energy
2. Energy transfer by heat
3. Energy transfer by work 4. Introduce the first law of thermodynamics
Energy
E = Emacroscopic + Emicroscopic
Extrinsic: due to external effects imposed on
Chapter 3
Learning objectives
1. Introduce the concept of a pure substance
2. Illustrate property diagrams
3. Learn how to use data tables to obtain properties 4. Discuss ideal gas, real gas, and incompressible substance behavior
Pure Substances
A pure su
Property Diagrams
A6
A7
A4 & A5
Saturation temperature and saturation pressure
NOT independent at the saturation state.
For a Saturated Liquid, Vapor, or Mixture: If temperature is given, then P = Psat @ T If pressure is given, then T = Tsat @ P
Determini
Chapter 4 The First Law of Thermodynamics for a Closed System
1. Define boundary work
2. Apply the first law to a variety of different closed systems
3. Introduce the concept of specific heat
The First Law of Thermodynamics
Energy can not be created or de
Chapter 5 The First Law of Thermodynamics for Open Systems
1. Discuss mass flow, volume flow, and flow work
2. Derive the First Law for Open Systems 3. Apply the first law to several steady open systems 4. Apply the first law to unsteady open systems
Cons