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# JNTUA B.TECH R 20 2-1 Syllabus For Thermodynamics PDF 2022

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You will be able to find information about Thermodynamics along with its Course Objectives and Course outcomes and also a list of textbook and reference books in this blog.You will get to learn a lot of new stuff and resolve a lot of questions you may have regarding Thermodynamics after reading this blog. Thermodynamics has 5 units altogether and you will be able to find notes for every unit on the CynoHub app. Thermodynamics can be learnt easily as long as you have a well planned study schedule and practice all the previous question papers, which are also available on the CynoHub app.

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### Thermodynamics Unit One

#### First law of Thermodynamics

Introduction: Basic Concepts: Macroscopic and microscopic viewpoints, definitions ofthermodynamic terms, quasi –static process, point and path function, forms of energy, ideal gas and real gas, Zeroth law of thermodynamicsand Temperature measurement. Joule’s experiment -first law of thermodynamics, corollaries-perpetual motion machines of first kind, first law applied to non-flow and flow process-limitations of first law of thermodynamics.

### Thermodynamics Unit Two

#### Second Law of Thermodynamics

Kelvin -Planck statement and Clausius statement and their equivalence, corollaries -perpetual motion machines of second kind -reversibility and irreversibility, cause of irreversibility -Carnot cycle, heat engine, heat pump and refrigerator, Carnot theorem, Carnot efficiency.

### Thermodynamics Unit Three

#### Entropy, Availability and Irreversibility

Clausius inequality -Concept of Entropy-entropy equation for different processes and systems.Definition of exergy and anergy, expressions for availability and irreversibility. Availability in steady flow, non-flow processes and irreversibility. Maxwell relations,TdS equations difference in heat capacities, ratio of heat capacities.

### Thermodynamics Unit Four

#### Properties of Steam and use of Steam Tables

Pure Substances, P-V-T surfaces, T-s and h-s diagram, Mollier chart, dryness fraction, property tables, analysis of steamundergoing various thermodynamic processes using Mollier chart–steam calorimetry.Energy equation, Joule Thompson coefficient Clausius -Clapeyron equation.

### Thermodynamics Unit Five

#### Air Standard Cycles

Otto, Diesel and dual cycles, P-V and T -S diagrams -description and efficiencies, mean effective pressures. Brayton Cycle -Comparison of Otto, Diesel and dual cycles,Comparison of Brayton and Otto Cycles.

### Thermodynamics Course Objectives

•To introduce the concepts of heat, work, energy and governing rules for conversion of one form to other. •To explain relationships between properties of matter and basic laws of thermodynamics.
•To teach the concept of entropy for identifying the disorder and feasibility of a thermodynamic process.
•To introducethe concept of available energy for maximum work conversion.
•To impart knowledge on steam properties.
•To provide fundamental concepts of air standard cycles used in IC engines and gas turbines.

### Thermodynamics Course Outcomes

After completing the course, the studentwill be able to:
•Understand theimportance of thermodynamic properties related to conversion of heat energy into work. (L1)
•Apply the laws of thermodynamics to boilers, heat pumps, refrigerators, heat engines, compressors and nozzles. (L3)
•Utilize steamproperties to design steam based components. (L4)
•Analyzethermodynamic relations and air standard cycles. (L5)

### Thermodynamics Text Books

1.P.K.Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, 5/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2013.
2.Yunus A. Cengel, Michaela A. Boles, Thermodynamics, 7/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2011.Reference Books:

### Thermodynamics Reference Books

1.J.B.Jones and G.A.Hawkins, Introduction to Thermodynamics, 2/e, John Wiley & Sons, 2012. 2.Moran, Michael J. and Howard N. Shapiro, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 3/e,Wiley, 2015
3.R.K. Rajput, S.Chand& Co., Thermal Engineering, 6/e, Laxmi publications, 2010