Thermodynamics Engineer

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Francis Meunier. Publisher: Wiley - Review of practice cold Publication date: February 12 2004 Format: Paperback
Dimensions: cm x 14 19 2 cm x cm
Number of pages: 360

thermodynamics engineer

Help interesting memory for all those who have thermodynamic concepts. The section on sustainable development brings a new vision, which some may find to be objectionable, the greenhouse effect.



For example, the author explains the increase in average radiative forcage on Earth and therefore the performance of solar systems ...

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This fact sheet includes synthetically and illustrated all definitions, equations and methods to know to apply the concepts of thermodynamics: thermodynamic principles and fundamental relations; properties of pure substances and mixtures; thermodynamic cycles (Rankine cycles, Carnot, Hirn, Ericsson, Stirling, Joule, Beau de Rochas, Diesel, Linde, Claude, cogeneration); combustion. A final chapter is devoted to environmental impacts (quantifying the greenhouse effect, analysis of the life cycle). Many data tables on the thermodynamic properties of bodies are grouped in the Appendix. This checklist is an indispensable tool for engineers and technicians and mechanical energy, as well as students and field engineering students

Presentation Editor

This fact sheet includes synthetically and illustrated all definitions, equations and methods to know to apply the concepts of thermodynamics. The last part is especially dedicated to all environmental applications in full ecobalances development, analysis of the life cycle of products, etc ... Intended for: Engineers and technicians in mechanical students, engineering students.

Authors biography

Francis Meunier The author holds the chair of physics cold CNAM and Director of the French Institute of Industrial Refrigeration (IFFI)

Contents

- The two principles of thermodynamics
- Basic Relations
- Properties of pure substances
- Properties of mixtures
- Thermodynamic cycles
- Combustion
- Advanced Formalism
- Environment and Sustainable Development


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