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According to the authors, “laws of universal applicability. However, the most important applications of those laws, and the materials and processes of greatest concern, differ from one branch of science or engineering to another. Thus, we believe there is value in presenting this material from a chemical engineering perspective, focusing on the application of thermodynamic principles to materials and processes most likely to be encountered by chemical engineers.
Although introductory in nature, the material of this text should not be considered simple. Indeed, there is no way to make it simple. A student new to the subject will find that a demanding task of discovery lies ahead. New concepts, words, and symbols appear at a bewildering rate, and a degree of memorization and mental organization is required.
A far greater challenge is to develop the capacity to reason in the context of thermodynamics so that one can apply thermodynamic principles in the solution of practical problems. While maintaining the rigor characteristic of sound thermodynamic analysis, we have made every effort to avoid unnecessary mathematical complexity.
Moreover, we aim to encourage understanding by writing in simple active-voice, present-tense prose. We can hardly supply the required motivation, but our objective, as it has been for all previous editions, is a treatment that may be understood by any student willing to put forth the required effort.
The text is structured to alternate between the development of thermodynamic principles and the correlation and use of thermodynamic properties as well as between theory and applications.
- The First Law and Other Basic Concepts
- Volumetric Properties of Pure Fluids
- Heat Effects
- The Second Law of Thermodynamics
- Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids
- Applications of Thermodynamics to Flow Processes
- Production of Power from Heat
- Refrigeration and Liquefaction
- The Framework of Solution Thermodynamics
- Mixing Processes
- Phase Equilibrium: Introduction
- Thermodynamic Formulations for Vapor Liquid Equilibrium
- Chemical-Reaction Equilibria
- Topics in Phase Equilibria
- Thermodynamic Analysis of Processes
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