A Concise Manual of Engineering Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics, Temperature, Pure Substance, Ideal Gas, Control Volume, Control Mass, Reversible and Irreversible Processes, Enthalpy, Entropy, Non-Flow Processes, Flow Processes, Zeroth Law, First Law, Second Law, Ideal Power Cycles, Rankine Cycle, Otto Cycle, Diesel Cycle, Nuclear Power Plant, Fuel Cell, Refrigeration Cycle, Psychrometry, Moist Air, Heat Transfer, Heat Exchangers

Authors : Liviu F Radulescu (Conestoga College, Canada)

Publisher : World Scientific

ISBN : 978-981-3270-84-8

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This book is intended for undergraduate students in mechanical engineering. It covers the fundamentals of applied thermodynamics, including heat transfer and environmental control. A collection of more than 50 carefully tailored problems to promote greater understanding of the subject, supported by relevant property tables and diagrams are included along with a solutions manual.
Professor Liviu F Radulescu obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the "Politehnica" University of Timişoara, Romania. He is currently a Professor at the School of Engineering and Information Technology at the Conestoga College in Ontario, Canada. Some of the courses taught include Advanced Calculus, Thermodynamics, Quality Assurance: Methods and Management, Engineering Drawing Principles and Material Removal Manufacturing Processes. He is also a Professional Engineer, a certified Black Belt in Six Sigma and a ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer.
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