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 Dehli, Martin, author.
 Wiesbaden, Germany : Springer, [2023]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xix, 606 pages) : illustrations
 Summary

 Basic Thermodynamic Terms
 The First Law of Thermodynamics
 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
 Ideal Gases
 Real Gases and Vapors
 Thermal Machines
 Cyclic Processes
 Exergy
 Heat Transfer
 Humid Air
 Combustion
 Chemical Thermodynamics
 Appendix.
 Whitman, A. M., author.
 Second edition.  Cham : Springer, 2023.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (366 pages) : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
 Summary

 Measurements and Properties of Matter
 Equilibrium
 Work and Heat
 The First Law
 The Second Law
 Power and Refrigeration
 A Thermodynamic Properties: English Units
 B Thermodynamic Properties: SI Units.
4. The core of thermodynamics [2022]
 Gumula, Stanisław
 Kraków : Wydawnictwo Naukowe UP, 2022
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 Book — 181 pages ; 21 cm
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 Schmidt, Achim, author.
 Second edition.  Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2022.
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 Book — 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (black and white).
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 Introduction. Part I Basics & Ideal Fluids: Energy and work. System and state. Thermodynamic equilibrium. Equations of state. Thermal equation of state. Changes of state. Thermodynamic processes. Thermodynamic processes. Process values heat and work. State value vs. process value. First law of thermodynamics. Caloric equations of state. Meaning and handling of entropy. Transient processes. Second law of thermodynamics. Exergy. Components and thermodynamic cycles. Part II Real Fluids & Mixtures: Singlecomponent fluids. Mixture of ideal gases. Humid air. Steady state flow processes. Thermodynamic cycles with phase change. Part III Reactive Systems: Combustion processes. Chemical reactions. Steam table (Water) according to IAPWS. Selected absolute molar specific enthalpies/entropies. Caloric state diagrams. Index.
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 Sen, Paul author.
 First Scribner hardcover edition  New York : Scribner, 2021
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 Book — xii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 A tour of Britain  The motive power of fire  The Creator's Fiat  The valley of the Clyde  The principal problem of physics  The flow of heat and the end of time  Entropy  The motion we call heat  Collisions  Counting the ways  "The terroristic nimbus"  Boltzmann brains  Quanta  Sugar and pollen  Symmetry  Information is physical  Demons  The mathematics of life  Event horizon 
 Appendix I: The Carnot cycle 
 Appendix II: How Clausius reconciled the conservation of energy with the ideas of Sadi Carnot 
 Appendix III: The four laws of thermodynamics
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 Sen, Paul, author.
 First Scribner hardcover edition  New York, NY : Scribner, 2021
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 324 pages) : illustrations
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8. Block by block [electronic resource] : the historical and theoretical foundations of thermodynamics [2020]
 Hanlon, Robert, author.
 Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2020]
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Introduction
 Part 1 The Big Bang 1: The Big Bang: the science 2: The Big Bang: the discovery
 Part 2 The Atom 3: The Atom: the science 4: The Atom: the discovery
 Part 3 Energy and Conservation Laws 5: The science 6: Motion prior to Galileo 7: Galileo and the Law of Fall 8: Newton and the Laws of Motion 9: The lever 10: The rise of 1/2 mv2 11: Bernoulli and Euler unite Newton and Leibniz 12: The conservation of mechanical energy 13: Heat 14: Joseph Black and the rise of heat capacity 15: Lavoisier and the birth of modern chemistry 16: The rise of the steam engine 17: Caloric 18: The ideal gas 19: The final steps to energy and its conservation 20: Julius Robert Mayer 21: James Joule 22: The 1st Law of Thermodynamics 23: Epilogue: The mystery of beta decay
 Part 4 Entropy and the Laws of Thermodynamics 24: The science 25: The piston 26: England and the steam engine 27: The Newcomen engine 28: James Watt 29: Trevithick, Woolf and highpressure steam 30: Sadi Carnot 31: Rudolph Clausius 32: William Thomson 33: The creation of thermodynamics 34: Clausius and the road to entropy 35: J. Willard Gibbs 36: Gibbs' 3rd paper 37: Practical applications of Gibbs' theories 38: Dissemination of Gibbs' work 39: The 2nd Law, entropy and the chemists 40: Clausius  the kinetic theory of gases 41: Maxwell  the rise of statistical mechanics 42: Boltzmann  the probabilistic interpretation of entropy 43: Shannon  entropy and information theory
 Part 5 Conclusion Acknowledgements and Bibliography.
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 List of Figures Introduction Acknowledgements Part I  The Big Bang (and the synthesis of the elements in stars)
 1. The Big Bang: science
 2. The Big Bang: discovery Part II  The Atom (hard spheres that attract and repel each other)
 3. The Atom: science
 4. The Atom: discovery Part III  Energy and the Conservation Laws
 5. Energy: science (and some history)
 6. Motion prior to Galileo
 7. Galileo and the Law of Fall
 8. Newton and the Laws of Motion
 9. The lever
 10. The rise of mv2
 11. Bernoulli and Euler unite Newton and Leibniz
 12. Rudimentary version of the conservation of mechanical energy (1750)
 13. Heat: the missing piece to the puzzle
 14. Joseph Black and the rise of heat capacity
 15. Lavoisier and the birth of modern chemistry
 16. Rise of the steam engine
 17. Caloric theory: beginning of its end
 18. The ideal gas
 19. The final steps to energy and its conservation
 20. Julius Robert Mayer
 21. James Joule
 22. The 1st Law of Thermodynamics
 23. Epilogue: The mystery of beta decay Part IV  Entropy and the Laws of Thermodynamics
 24. Entropy: science (and some history)
 25. It started with the piston
 26. Britain and the steam engine
 27. The Newcomen engine
 28. James Watt
 29. Trevithick, Woolf, and highpressure steam
 30. Sadi Carnot
 31. Rudolf Clausius
 32. William Thomson (Lord Kelvin)
 33. The creation of thermodynamics
 34. Clausius and the road to entropy
 35. J. Willard Gibbs
 36. Gibbs' 3rd paper
 37. Practical applications & Gibbs energy (G)
 38. Dissemination of Gibbs' work
 39. The 2nd Law, entropy, and the chemists
 40. Clausius: the kinetic theory of gases
 41. Maxwell: the rise of statistical mechanics
 42. Boltzmann: the probabilistic interpretation of entropy
 43. Shannon: entropy and information theory Afterword Bibliography Index Epigraph Permissions.
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9. Smart Thermodynamics [2020]
 Pandey, Lokesh.
 Ashland : Arcler Press, 2020.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (265 p.)
 Summary

 Chapter 1: Introduction to Thermodynamics
 Chapter 2: Laws of Thermodynamics and Thermodynamic Potentials
 Chapter 3: Entropy and Entropy Components
 Chapter 4: Thermodynamic Properties of Electrolyte
 Chapter 5: The Concept of Reversibility and Irreversibility in Thermodynamics
 Chapter 6: Stability of Thermodynamic System
 Chapter 7: Computational Thermodynamics and Application
 Chapter 8: Thermodynamic Modeling, Software, and Simulation
 Chapter 9: Application of Thermodynamics.
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 Whitman, A. M., author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiii, 320 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 Measurements and Properties of Matter
 Equilibrium
 Work and Heat
 The First Law
 The Second Law
 Power and Refrigeration
 A Thermodynamic Properties: English Units
 B Thermodynamic Properties: SI Units.
 Saggion, Antonio, author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xxvii, 432 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 I. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES. 1. The macroscopic observer. 2. The concept of empirical temperature. 3. The first Principle of Thermodynamics. 4. The second Principle of Thermodynamics. 5. Efficiency of thermal engines. 6. The Fundamental Relation and the thermodynamic potentials. 7. Maxwell Relations. II. APPLICATIONS. 8. One component Systems. 9. van der Waals equation. 10.Phase transitions. 11.Surface Systems. 12.Electrostatic Fields. 13.Magnetic Fields. 4.Thermodynamics of radiation. 15.Osmotic phenomena and complex fluids. 16.Low temperatures. III. IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES. 17.Irreversible processes. 18.Thermodynamics of continua. IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Bibliography. V. ANALYTICAL LIST. VI. APPENDIXES. A.
 Appendix 1. Two useful mathematical relations. B.
 Appendix 2. The pressure exerted by a particle gas. C.
 Appendix 3. M. Planck and the problem of blackbody radiation. D.
 Appendix 4. Thermodynamics and Information.
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 Berry, R. Stephen, 19312020 author.
 New Haven : Yale University Press, [2019]
 Description
 Book — xi, 168 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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A short and entertaining introduction to thermodynamics that uses realworld examples to explain accessibly an important but subtle scientific theory A romantic description of the second law of thermodynamics is that the universe becomes increasingly disordered. But what does that actually mean? Starting with an overview of the three laws of thermodynamics, MacArthur "genius grant" winner R. Stephen Berry explains in this short book the fundamentals of a fundamental science. Readers learn both the history of thermodynamics, which began with attempts to solve everyday engineering problems, and ongoing controversy and unsolved puzzles. The exposition, suitable for both students and armchair physicists, requires no previous knowledge of the subject and only the simplest mathematics, taught as needed. With this better understanding of one science, readers also gain an appreciation of the role of research in science, the provisional nature of scientific theory, and the ways scientific exploration can uncover fundamental truths. Thus, from a science of everyday experience, we learn about the nature of the universe. .
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13. Fundamentos de termodinámica técnica [2018]
 Fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics. Spanish (Turégano and Velasco)
 Moran, Michael J., author.
 2a edición  Barcelona : Editorial Reverté, [2018]
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
 Sherwood, Dennis, author.
 First edition.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource.
 Summary

 Part 1  Fundamentals 1: Systems and states 2: Work and energy 3: Temperature and heat 4: Thermodynamics and mathematics
 Part 2  The Three Laws 5: The First Law of Thermodynamics 6: Enthalpy and thermochemistry 7: Ideal gas processes  and some nonideal ones too 8: Spontaneous changes 9: The Second Law of Thermodynamics 10: Clausius, Kelvin, Planck, Caratheodory and Carnot 11: Order, information and time 12: The Third Law of Thermodynamics
 Part 3  Free energy, spontaneity and equilibrium 13: Free energy 14: Chemical equilibrium and chemical kinetics
 Part 4  Chemical applications 15: Phase equilibria 16: Reactions in solution 17: Acids, bases, and buffer solutions 18: Boiling points and melting points 19: Mixing and osmosis 20: Electrochemistry 21: Mathematical roundup 22: From ideal to real
 Part 5  Biochemical applications 23: The biochemical standard state 24: The bioenergetics of living cells 25: Macromolecular conformations and interactions 26: Thermodynamics today  and tomorrow.
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15. Thermodynamics : an engineering approach [2015]
 Çengel, Yunus A. author.
 Eighth edition.  New York : McGrawHill Education, [2015]
 Description
 Book — xxvi, 996 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Exergy 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas Vapor Mixtures and AirConditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow 18 (web chapter) Renewable Energy
 Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units)
 Appendix 2 Property Tables and Charts (English Units).
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 Kjellander, Roland, author.
 Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2016]
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 Book — xvii, 233 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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17. Basic chemical thermodynamics [2014]
 Smith, E. Brian (Eric Brian), 1933 author.
 Sixth edition.  London : Imperial College Press, 2014.
 Description
 Book — xvii, 207 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
 Summary

 Introduction to Energy and Entropy
 Equilibrium in Chemical Systems
 Determination of Thermodynamic Quantities
 Ideal and NonIdeal Solutions
 Thermodynamics of Gases
 The Molecular Basis of Thermodynamics.
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18. Fundamentals of thermodynamics [2013]
 Fundamentals of classical thermodynamics
 Borgnakke, C. (Claus)
 8 [edition].  Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, [2013]
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 Book — xvii, 894 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
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19. Thermodynamics [2013]
 Jacobs, P. W. M. (Patrick W. M.)
 London, UK : Imperial College Press ; Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific, c2013.
 Description
 Book — xi, 443 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Temperature and Energy
 Entropy
 An Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics
 The Third Law of Thermodynamics
 Systems of One Component
 Systems of More Than One Component
 Surfaces and Interfaces
 Chemical Equilibrium
 Electrolytes
 Fermi  Dirac and Bose  Einstein Statistics
 Thermodynamics of Solids
 Thermodynamics of NonEquilibrium Systems.
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20. Engineering and chemical thermodynamics [2012]
 Koretsky, Milo D.
 2nd edition.  Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, [2013]
 Description
 Book — xiv, 690 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
 Summary

 CHAPTER 1 Measured Thermodynamic Properties and Other Basic Concepts 1 Learning Objectives 1 1.1 Thermodynamics 2 1.2 Preliminary Concepts The Language of Thermo 3 1.3 Measured Thermodynamic Properties 7 1.4 Equilibrium 15 1.6 The PvT Surface and Its Projections for Pure Substances 20 1.7 Thermodynamic Property Tables 26 1.8 Summary 30 1.9 Problems 31 Conceptual Problems 31 Numerical Problems 34
 CHAPTER 2 The First Law of Thermodynamics 36 Learning Objectives 36 2.1 The First Law of Thermodynamics 37 2.2 Construction of Hypothetical Paths 46 2.3 Reversible and Irreversible Processes 48 2.4 The First Law of Thermodynamics for Closed Systems 55 2.5 The First Law of Thermodynamics for Open Systems 60 2.6 Thermochemical Data For U and H 67 2.7 Reversible Processes in Closed Systems 92 2.8 OpenSystem Energy Balances on Process Equipment 95 2.9 Thermodynamic Cycles and the Carnot Cycle 102 2.10 Summary 108 2.11 Problems 110 Conceptual Problems 110 Numerical Problems 113
 CHAPTER 3 Entropy and the Second Law Of Thermodynamics 127 Learning Objectives 127 3.1 Directionality of Processes/Spontaneity 128 3.2 Reversible and Irreversible Processes (Revisited) and their Relationship to Directionality 129 3.3 Entropy, the Thermodynamic Property 131 3.4 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 140 3.5 Other Common Statements of the Second Law of Thermodynamics 142 3.6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics for Closed and Open Systems 143 3.7 Calculation of Ds for an Ideal Gas 151 3.8 The Mechanical Energy Balance and the Bernoulli Equation 160 3.9 VaporCompression Power and Refrigeration Cycles 164 3.10 Exergy (Availability) Analysis 172 3.11 Molecular View of Entropy 182 3.12 Summary 190 3.13 Problems 191 Conceptual Problems 191 Numerical Problems 195
 CHAPTER 4 Equations of State and Intermolecular Forces 209 Learning Objectives 209 4.1 Introduction 210 4.2 Intermolecular Forces 211 4.3 Equations of State 232 4.4 Generalized Compressibility Charts 246 4.5 Determination of Parameters for Mixtures 249 4.6 Summary 254 4.7 Problems 255 Conceptual Problems 255 Numerical Problems 257
 CHAPTER 5 The Thermodynamic Web 265 Learning Objectives 265 5.1 Types of Thermodynamic Properties 265 5.2 Thermodynamic Property Relationships 267 5.3 Calculation of Fundamental and Derived Properties Using Equations of State and Other Measured Quantities 276 5.4 Departure Functions 290 5.5 JouleThomson Expansion and Liquefaction 298 5.6 Summary 304 5.7 Problems 305 Conceptual Problems 305 Numerical Problems 307
 CHAPTER 6 Phase Equilibria I: Problem Formulation 315 Learning Objectives 315 6.1 Introduction 315 6.2 Pure Species Phase Equilibrium 318 6.3 Thermodynamics of Mixtures 334 6.4 Multicomponent Phase Equilibria 367 6.5 Summary 372 6.6 Problems 373 Conceptual Problems 373 Numerical Problems 377
 CHAPTER 7 Phase Equilibria II: Fugacity 391 Learning Objectives 391 7.1 Introduction 391 7.2 The Fugacity 392 7.3 Fugacity in the Vapor Phase 396 7.4 Fugacity in the Liquid Phase 414 7.5 Fugacity in the Solid Phase 449 7.6 Summary 450 7.7 Problems 452 Conceptual Problems 452 Numerical Problems 454
 CHAPTER 8 Phase Equilibria III: Applications 466 Learning Objectives 466 8.1 Vapor Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) 467 8.2 Liquid 1a2 Liquid 1b2 Equilibrium: LLE 511 8.3 Vapor Liquid 1a2 Liquid 1b2 Equilibrium: VLLE 519 8.4 Solid Liquid and Solid Solid Equilibrium: SLE and SSE 523 8.5 Colligative Properties 531 8.6 Summary 538 8.7 Problems 540 Conceptual Problems 540 Numerical Problems 544
 CHAPTER 9 Chemical Reaction Equilibria 562 Learning Objectives 562 9.1 Thermodynamics and Kinetics 563 9.2 Chemical Reaction and Gibbs Energy 565 9.3 Equilibrium for a Single Reaction 568 9.4 Calculation of K from Thermochemical Data 572 9.5 Relationship Between the Equilibrium Constant and the Concentrations of Reacting Species 579 9.6 Equilibrium in Electrochemical Systems 589 9.7 Multiple Reactions 599 9.8 Reaction Equilibria of Point Defects in Crystalline Solids 612 9.9 Summary 624 9.10 Problems 626 Conceptual Problems 626 Numerical Problems 628 APPENDIX A Physical Property Data 639 APPENDIX B Steam Tables 647 APPENDIX C Lee Kesler Generalized Correlation Tables 660 APPENDIX D Unit Systems 676 APPENDIX E ThermoSolver Software 680 APPENDIX F References 685 Index 687.
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