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Thermodynamics: general overview  related subject: Physics: temperature, Thermal physics
Applied thermodynamics The zeroth law of thermodynamics, The first law of thermodynamics, The second law of thermodynamics, Definition of: Heat engines, Turbines , Steam turbine, Gas turbine, Compressor, Thermodynamic cycle, Working fluid, Ideal gas, System Definition of processes: Isobaric, Isothermal, Isentropic, Isometric, Adiabatic, Adiabatic mixing, Throttling, Free expansion, Polytropic Heat transfer: Heat transfer, Heat exchangers, Heat flow through a pipe, Heat flow through a wall
Applied thermodynamics applied thermodynamics is the science of the relationship between heat, work, and systems that analyze energy processes
Cyclepad a thermodynamics tutorial, enables students to construct and analyze a wide variety of thermodynamic cycles
Encyclopedia of thermodynamics
Engines, Refrigerators and the second law of Thermodynamics Conversion of work into heat and vice versa, The external-combustion engine: such as the Stirling engine and the steam engine. The internal-combustion engine: such as gasoline engine and the diesel engine, Rankine Cycle
Handbook of thermodynamics and heat transfer
Heat and Thermodynamics
Internal Combustion Engines Web Site Internal Combustion Engine Thermodynamics Outline, Internal Combustion Engine Heat Transfer Outline, Internal Combustion Engine Fluid Mechanics Outline, animated
Steam Engineering Learning Modules Steam Engineering Principles and Heat Transfer, Heating Vats and Tanks by Steam Injection, Sparge pipes, Steam injectors, Alternative method of calculating injected steam load, Flowmetering, Basic Control Theory, Pneumatic Actuation, Temperature Control for Steam Applications, Level and Flow Control Applications, Introduction to Safety Valves, Introduction to Steam Distribution, Pipes and Pipe Sizing, Air Venting, Heat Losses and a Summary of Various Pipe Related Standards, Steam Traps and Steam Trapping, Mechanical Steam Traps, Thermodynamic Steam Traps, Energy Losses in Steam Traps, ..., a tip
Thermal and Statistical Physics
Thermal Physics Ideal Gas, Heat Transfer, First Law of Thermodynaamics, Second Law of Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics The first law, State Functions, Thermochemistry, Entropy, Chemical Equilibrium, Real Gases, Phase Diagrams, Ideal and Real Solutions, Electrolyte Solutions, Electrochemical Cells, Thermodynamic Cycles, Brayton Cycle, Carnot Cycle, Diesel Cycle, Ericsson Cycle, Otto Cycle, Stirling Cycle
Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, and Fluid Flow Fundamentals Handbook pdf file
Thermodynamics The First Law of Thermodynamics, The First Law Applied to Engineering Cycles, Background to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, The Second Law of Thermodynamics, Applications of the Second Law, Entropy on the Microscopic Scale, Power Cycles with Two-Phase Media, Generating Heat: Thermochemistry, Conductive Heat Transfer, Convective Heat Transfer, Generalized Conduction and Convection, Radiation Heat Transfer
Thermodynamics - heat and energy Modes of heat transfer, Thermodynamic systems, The First Law of Thermodynamics, Heat engines and efficiency, Heat engines can never operate at 100% efficiency, The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics: basic terms and theory cycles, steam power cycle, gas turbine cycle, internal combustion engine, turbines, compressors, combustion chambers, pumps
Thermodynamics in our life steam power plant, fuel cells, vapor compression, refrigeration cycle, thermoelectric refrigerator, air separation plant, gas turbine, chemical rocket engine
Thermodynamics of Chemical Equilibrium All About Entropy, Free Energy and Why Chemical Reactions Take Place, Energy spreading and the direction of spontaneous change, What is entropy? The Second Law of Thermodynamics, What is free energy? The Gibbs function, Free energy and equilibrium, Some applications of entropy and free energy
Thermodynamics - topics 
Air Conditioner how an airconditioner work, compressor, refrigerant, heatpumps, Refrigerant
Carnot cycle
Carnot cycle Carnot Engine
Carnot Engine All standard heat engines (steam, gasoline, diesel) work by supplying heat to a gas, the gas then expands in a cylinder and pushes a piston to do its work. The catch is that the heat and/or the gas must somehow then be dumped out of the cylinder to get ready for the next cycle
Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law Animated Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law
Coolingzone Dimensionless Numbers in Heat Transfer, First Law of Thermodynamics, Thermal Resistance, Visiting Bernoulli, Windchill Factor
Diesel cycle
Diesel cycle the Diesel cycle is a compression-ignition cycle instead of a spark-ignition cycle like the Otto cycle. Compression-ignition cycles use fuels that begin combustion when they reach a temperature and pressure that occurs naturally at some point during the cycle and, therefore, do not require a separate energy source (e.g. from a spark plug) to burn
Effectiveness/NTU charts for tubular heat exchangers pdf file
Enthalpy introduction to thermochemistry, units of energy, specific heat, molar heat and heat capacity, energy changes in chemical reactions, first law of thermodynamics, measuring heats of reaction: calorimetry, standard heats of reaction, Hess's law of heat summation, enthalpy diagrams, standard heats of formation and Hess's law
Enthalpy diagramsEducypedia, The educational encyclopedia
Enthalpy diagrams The enthalpy relationships involved in adding thermochemical equations are most easily visualized by means of an enthalpy diagram
Enthalpy diagrams Bond Enthalpy and mean bond enthalpy
Enthalpy entropy chart for steam
Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics
Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics
Entropy explained thermal entropy is a measure of the amount of thermal energy in a closed system that is not available to do work
First law of thermodynamics the first law of thermodynamics is the application of the conservation of energy principle to heat and thermodynamic processes
First law of thermodynamics the first law of thermodynamics
First law of thermodynamics
Forced Air Cooling Cooling Rate, Cooling time for various airflow rates, Cooling wall arrangement with permannently mounted fans, Forced-Air Cooling Fan
Four stroke cycle Intake Stroke, Compression Stroke, Power Stroke and Exhaust Stroke
Heat and first law of thermodynamics the concepts of heat, internal energy, and thermodynamic processes
Heat and first law of thermodynamics Two bodies brought in thermal contact will change their temperature until they are at the same temperature.  In the process of reaching thermal equilibrium, heat is transferred from one body to the other
Heat engines How Heat engines work
Heat engine a heat engine is defined as a device that converts heat energy into mechanical energy or more exactly a system which operates continuously and only heat and work may pass across its boundaries
Heat engines and the Carnot cycle a heat engine is a cyclic process that absorbs heat and does work on the surroundings. "Cyclic" means that the system returns to its initial state at the end of each cycle so that there is no permanent change in the system
Heat transfer Temperature Scale, One Calorie of Heat, Heat Equivalent of Energy, Heat Flow between Substances, Latent Heat Of Vaporization, Latent Heat Of Fusion, Heat Capacities (Specific, Molar, & Volumetric), Specific Heat Capacities Table, Phase Change, Latent Heats Table, Phase Change of Water, Solving Heat Exchange Problems, Heat Capacity of an Ideal Gas, Thermal Conductivity, Table of Values, Thermal Expansion
Heat transfer the physical concepts of heat transfer
Heat transferEducypedia, The educational encyclopedia
Heat transfer
Heat transfer the discipline of heat transfer is concerned with only two things: temperature, and the flow of heat. Temperature represents the amount of thermal energy available, whereas heat flow represents the movement of thermal energy from place to place
Heat transfer fundamentals pdf file
Internal combustion engine fluid mechanics outline with java applets
Mollier Diagram (Pressure-Enthalpy Diagram)
Otto cycle, Ideal Otto Cycle
Otto cycle
Phase Diagrams which indicate the phases present at a given temperature and composition, have often proved a difficult concept to understand. These Web pages provide a simple guide to phase diagrams
Phase Rules! Systems, Phases, Constituents and Variance, Some Thermodynamics, Systems With Multiple Phases, Binary Systems, Ice and Salt, Iron
Pressure-enthalpy (Ph) diagram basic refrigerator and heat pump configurations, Pressure-enthalpy (Ph) diagram, enthalpy-entropy (h-s) diagram
Second law of thermodynamics
Second law of thermodynamics
Specific heat
Steam engines How Steam engines work
Stirling engines every Stirling engine has a sealed cylinder with one part hot and the other cold. The working gas inside the engine (which is often air, helium, or hydrogen) is moved by a mechanism from the hot side to the cold side
Stoommachine in Dutch
Stoommachine in Dutch
Temperature we can describe the temperature of an object as that which determines the sensation of warmth or coldness felt from contact with it
Thermal conductivity and the Wiedemann-Franz law
Thermodynamics software java applet to calculate the thermodynamic properties of fluids, tutorial about thermo dynamics
Analyse_voor_een_verbrandingsproces analyse van een verbrandingsproces, in Dutch
Wankel type steam engine info and many links
Work and Heat The Ideal Stirling Cycle Engine, The Air-Standard Diesel Cycle Engine
Work, heat and internal energy relationship between work, heat and internal energy

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