Elements of Engineering Thermodynamics
by James Ambrose Moyer
Publisher: J. Wiley 1920
Number of pages: 244
This book is intended to bring out the fundamental principles of Engineering Thermodynamics, and is particularly intended for use in technical colleges where it is possible to give special courses on the subjects of steam turbines, internal combustion engines, refrigeration and other applications of thermodynamics.
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by Joseph M. Powers - University of Notre Dame
These are lecture notes on Intermediate Thermodynamics for juniors or seniors majoring in aerospace or mechanical engineering. The objective of the course is to survey both practical and theoretical problems in classical thermodynamics.
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Thermomechanics is a discipline which investigates the behavior of bodies under the action forces and heat input. Thermomechanical phenomena commonly occur in the human environment, from the action of solar radiation to the technological processes.
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