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To introduce the concepts and the applications of thermodynamics to the students of mechanical engineering. Emphasis will be given to the gas power cycles, vapour power cycles, refrigeration cycles, gas mixture, gas vapour mixtures and air-conditioning, chemical reactions, compressible flow and the applications in industry and in everyday life.


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