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Applied Thermodynamics is designed to enhance and extend students’ ability to apply thermodynamic principles, especially the first and second laws
of thermodynamics, and the laws of conservation of mass, momentum and energy, to industrial systems. It covers the broad application of the theory to many engineering applications, and emphasizes the analysis of energy transfers during power generation, heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration
processes. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply relevant thermodynamic and conservation principles and perform calculations to evaluate the performance of gas and vapor power cycles, various compressors, and the performance of airconditioning, refrigeration and heat pump cycles. Students should also be able to perform thermodynamic analyses of gas mixtures and gasvapor mixtures.
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