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Introductory concepts and definitions: Thermodynamic systems, fluid properties. Energy, work, heat, power. First law. Cycles. Properties of a pure, simple compressible substance: substances that appear in different phases, ideal gas model. Control volume analysis: conservation of mass and energy. Second law: irreversible and reversible processes, Carnot cycle. Entropy: Clausius inequality, entropy change, entropy balance for closed and open systems, isentropic processes and efficiencies. Gas power systems; Air Standard ,Otto, Diesel, Dual and Brayton cycles.
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- AER 423 - Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
- Aerospace Engineering