Thermodynamics: Principles and Practices
Increasing the depth and breadth of understanding of thermodynamics, this book offers a coherent and comprehensive introductory treatment of the principles and practices of thermodynamics and integrates numerous illustrative examples to fortify material throughout. Considers statistical thermodynamics, addressing a variety of current and future engineering applications, and providing the methodology used in the field. Acquaints readers with the language and fundamental principles of thermodynamics. Analyzes nonreacting and reactive gas mixtures, with probing discussions on internal energy, enthalpy, specific heats and entropy, as well as stoichiometry and the chemical reactions, and chemical affinity.
Specifications of Thermodynamics: Principles and Practices
|Author||Michel A. Saad|
|Edition||2nd Revised United States ed|
|Number Of Pages||935|
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