6 edition of **The Concepts and Logic of Classical Thermodynamics as a Theory of Heat Engines** found in the catalog.

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Published
**April 1989**
by Springer
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Written in English

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Number of Pages | 154 |

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Open Library | OL7442595M |

ISBN 10 | 0387079718 |

ISBN 10 | 9780387079714 |

Based on the authors' graduate courses at MIT, this text and reference provides a unified understanding of both the critical concepts of chemical thermodynamics and their TOPICS:Part I of this book provides the theoretical basis of classical thermodynamics, including the 1st and 2nd laws, the Fundamental Equation, Legendre transformations, and general equilibrium criteria. Engineering thermodynamics: work and heat transfer: SI units / G. F. C. Rogers, Y. R. Mayhew; Rapid thermal annealing of amorphous hydrogenated carbon (a-C: H) films [microform] Samuel A. Alterovitz The concepts and logic of classical thermodynamics as a theory of heat engines, rigorously constructed u Equilibrium thermodynamics / C. J.

The foundations of thermodynamics are presented in the first part. The second part covers a wide range of applications, which are of central importance in the fields of physics, chemistry and engineering, including calorimetry, phase transitions, heat engines and chemical reactions. Thermodynamics - Thermodynamics - Entropy and heat death: The example of a heat engine illustrates one of the many ways in which the second law of thermodynamics can be applied. One way to generalize the example is to consider the heat engine and its heat reservoir as parts of an isolated (or closed) system—i.e., one that does not exchange heat or work with its surroundings.

Thermodynamics deals with the behaviour of macroscopic bodies (systems) when heat, work and mass are exchanged. General concepts, frameworks, and laws of non-equilibrium thermodynamics are reviewed in this chapter. 4 Classical thermodynamics 42 thermodynamics. Small-scale heat engines have been experimentally real-ized with various systems both in the classical and quantum regimes, such as colloidal particles [21,22], biomolecules [23], single electrons [24], supercon- The other stream is resource theory of thermodynamics, which has been.

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