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by James G. Hartley,William Z. Black

  • ISBN: 0060407344
  • Category: Math & Science
  • Author: James G. Hartley,William Z. Black
  • Subcategory: Physics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harpercollins College Div; 2nd edition (March 1991)
  • Pages: 83 pages
  • FB2 size: 1524 kb
  • EPUB size: 1447 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
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by William Z. ISBN 9780673996480 (978-0-673-99648-0) Softcover, Pearson, 1997. Coauthors & Alternates. Black, both of Georgia Institute of Technology. James G. Hartley, both of Georgia Institute of Technology. Appendix E: Generalized Charts for Gases. Appendix F: Properties of Air-Water Mixtures. Appendix G: Properties of Chemically Reacting Substances. Appendix H: Miscellaneous Properties. Appendix I. Compressible Flow.

Thermodynamics, William Z. Description: (Various pagins. p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 067399645X; 0673996484. Subject(s): ThermodynamicsDDC classification: 62. 021. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

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The third edition of Thermodynamics provides an easily understandable presentation of classical thermodynamics that builds on the student's background of energy concepts first learned in physics and chemistry. The material is organized in a logical progression from the conservation of mass, the conservation of energy, and the second law. The engineering perspective is retained and a variety of familiar examples are used so that the student can appreciate how thermodynamics affects a broad range of subjects. The authors continue to emphasize a systematic approach to problem solving and that approach is used in all example problems in the text. This problem solving method provides not only a reasonable way to approach the task of solving thermodynamics problems, but it also will serve the student in other engineering and science disciplines. Each example is worked in detail, and particular attention has been given to the proper use of units and unit conversions in the solutions. Detailed explanations accompany the simplifications when the general equations are reduced to the forms that apply to special cases so that the student will gain a better understanding of the conservation principles as well as greater awareness of these powerful analytical tools. Examples address the questions of which form of the conservation laws should be used and why certain assumptions can be applied to simplify the solutions. Believing that second-law analysis should play a major role in the analysis of engineering problems, the authors provide extensive coverage of the second law of thermodynamics. The development of the second law is similar to that used for the introduction of the conservation of mass and energy. The results of the second law are carried over into subsequent chapters where they are applied to thermodynamic systems such as power and refrigeration cycles as well as air-conditioning processes.
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The book was complete and sent promptly but many pages had come off the binding including the entire chapter 1 and most of the tables in the back. I was somewhat mislead by the condition of 'good' it was said to be in when I bought it
I actually was a student of one of the authors (Dr. Hartley) at Georgia Tech about five years ago. He was one of the most interesting and informative professors I had at Tech. His skill in teaching shows in the layout and content of this book. I keep this book at work as a refresher and reference. The software included with the book is also very useful. I recommend this book for any thermo class
I thought this was one of the better written textbooks from my years at Georgia Tech in the mid 1990s. Very user friendly with good examples that were clear and easy to understand. Complete opposite of Incropera-DeWitt, 3rd edition, which I thought was the worst textbook.

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