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Thermodynamic Processes 1. Systems without Physical State Change. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5186642
  • Book
  • February 2020
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Thermodynamic Processes 1 offers a comprehensive take on process engineering, whereby technology transforms materials and energy production into various products. The scientific methods required for designing such processes are the result of knowledge from a number of different disciplines. As a result, thermodynamics is the basic discipline in process engineering training.

The application of laws and concepts of thermodynamics is essential before the design and optimization of any process, which allows downstream to control its reliability and validity. This book offers a pragmatic approach through practical and varied examples, chosen for their didactic and industrial interest.
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Foreword 1 vii

Foreword 2 ix

Preface xi

Chapter 1. Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics 1

1.1. Exercises 1

1.2. Problems 6

1.3. Tests 10

1.4. Detailed corrections 12

Chapter 2. Closed Systems without Chemical Reactions 31

2.1. Exercises 31

2.2. Problems 43

2.3. Tests 60

2.4. Detailed corrections 65

Chapter 3. Open and Reacting Systems During Reaction 125

3.1. Exercises 125

3.2. Problems 135

3.3. Tests 147

3.4. Detailed corrections 149

Chapter 4. Mixtures or Solutions 191

4.1. Exercises 191

4.2. Problems 201

4.3. Tests 212

4.4. Detailed corrections 215

Appendix 269

Nomenclature 271

References 279

Index 281

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Salah Belaadi Boumediene University of Science and Technology, Algiers, Algeria.
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