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Physics Prerequisites of Engineering Thermodynamics   
 
 1   MATTER EXISTS IN SPACE AND TIME Tags, Indices and Categories
 2   IDEAL FLUIDS Microscopic Thermodynamics
 3   WORK, ENERGY AND HEAT ...
 4   THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES TOC receives Exercises Identities     Preview by Images
 5   THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS Author: J. Pohl
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Section 1: Matter Exists in Space and Time
About Newton's Mechanics and Calculus ~ 1687
1.00   Matter Exists in Space and Time A0080-001
♦   Prove:(A - B)² = (A² - 2A and B + B²) A0680-003
1.01   Basic Methodology A0098-002
♦   Theorem of Pythagoras A0920-004
♦   Eratosthanes' Experiment A0930-005
♦   Drilling Rig Visibility A1040-006
♦   Prove: ( -1 ) x ( -1 ) = 1 A1160-007
1.02   Position: the First Vector A1220-008
♦   Pharaoh's Engineers A1900-009
♦   Vectors Contain Trigonometry A2019-010
♦   Crank, Rod and Piston A2040-011
♦   Ladder-Boom Rescue Truck A2070-012
♦   Quick Return Mechanism A2074-012
♦   Dog and Pony Show A2080-013
1.03   Basic Terms and Tools A2085-014
1.04   Models of Reality A2090-015
1.05   Motion in Space A2200-016
1.06   Velocity: the First Derivative A2310-017
1.07   Mass Equation: BODY A2380-018
1.08   Momentum: BODY A2500-019
1.09   Derivative of Momentum: BODY A2620-020
1.10   About:  f = ma A2740-021
1.11   Uniform Motion A2981-022
1.12   Constant Momentum Integrations A3020-023
♦   Valentino's Wake A3100-024
♦   Dog Greets Owners ↓Exercises A3200-025
♦   Yacht and Sea Buoy A3410-026
♦   Scissor Jack A3510-027
♦   Train Passes Two Boys A3660-028
♦   Civil War Memorial A3770-029
1.13   Steps to Integrate A3850-030
1.14   Measurement of μMEarth A3990-031
1.15   Weight and Weighing A4060-032
♦   Hand Supports a Mass A4100-033
♦   Lunar "Carry-Off" Luggage A4200-034
♦   Ten Pounds of Potatoes A4280-035
1.16   Vectors: BODY A4339-037
1.17   Notations: Position and Velocity A4340-038
1.18   Value, Slope and Curvature A4380-039
1.19   Differentiation: Time-Dependent Integral A4400-040
♦   Blue Ocean Towing A4410-041
1.20   Gravity at Altitudes A4500-042
♦   Projectile Arcs A4600-043
1.21   Events in Time A4680-044
♦   Galileo's Inclined Plane A4740-045
♦   Acceleration Initial Condition A4744-046
1.22   Omitted Forces A5120-046
♦   Parachutists Drag Force A5200-046
♦   God Lifted Earth I A6000-047
♦   God Lifted Earth II A6001-048
♦   Point Blank A8400-049
♦   Shot Tower A8480-050
1.23   Momentum Equation: BODY A9680-051
1.24   Mom Eqn Component Form: BODY A9700-052
♦   Geo-stationary Orbits A9800-053
1.25   Vector Basis: Circular Motion A9820-054
♦   Pseudo-Force Centrifugal A9830-055
♦   Polar versus Equatorial Weight↓more A9840-056
♦   Kinematics of Bar AB A9842-056
♦   Lift-Off Acceleration A9846-057
1.26   Method, System and Numbers A9850-058
1.27   Newton's Analytic Method A9855-059
Section 2: Ideal Fluids
About Fluids, Pressure and Hydrostatics
2.00   Ideal Fluids B0100-060
2.01   Mass, Density and Volume B0150-061
♦   LNG Tanker B0250-062
♦   Sphere, Tank, and Water B0350-063
♦   Concrete Mixture B0400-064
♦   Hurricane Wilma B0600-065
♦   Torricelli's Barometer B0800-066
2.02   Standard Atmospheric B1000-067
2.03   Hydrostatic Equation B1100-068
2.04   Hydrostatic Solutions B1150-069
♦   Pascal's Experiment B1300-070
♦   Density of Fluid "A" B1400-071
♦   Air, Oil, Cable Support Rod B1410-073
♦   Water Barometer B1600-074
♦   Piezometer B1800-074
♦   Manometer and Bourdon Gages B2000-075
2.05   Classical Piston and Cylinder B2200-076
2.06   Pressure in a Jet B2300-077
2.07   Pressure Terminology B2400-078
♦   Pressure Calculations B2600-079
♦   Pressure of the Void B2900-080
♦   Cave Diver B3000-081
♦   Wilma's Surge B3100-082
♦   Off-Shore Natural Gas B3250-083
♦   U-tube B3260-083
♦   Bubble-Tube Depth Gage B3300-084
♦   Monster Tires B3350-085
♦   Floating Buoyancy B3680-086
♦   Volume of a Sculpture B3700-086
♦   Arctic Shelf Ice B3900-087
2.08   Ideal Gas and its Temperature B4050-088
♦   Using the Ideal Gas Equation B5600-089
♦   Casting Rail Wheels B5800-090
♦   Professor Foghorn's Gage B6000-091
♦   Abandoned Car B6300-092
♦   First Equestrian Ascent B6500-093
♦   Otto Von Guericke B6540-094
♦   Victor Regnault B6800-095
♦   Roof-Top Exit B7000-096
♦   Two Tanks B7200-097
♦   Ocean of Air B7500-098
♦   Hand Lotion Event B7800-099
2.09   Gas Equation Validity B8000-100
♦   Fuel Cell Mass Proportions B8500-101
♦   Nuclear Waste B8800-102
 
Section 3: Work, Energy and Heat
Extensions of Newton's Ideas: Energy and Work
3.00   Work, Energy Discussion: BODY C0050-103
3.01   Work and Kinetic Energy: BODY C0250-104
3.02  Work and Potential Energy: BODY C0350-105
3.03   Extrinsic Energy Equation C0550-106
♦   Champagne Cork Trajectory C0700-107
♦   Perfect Bounce C0850-108
♦   Kids Clean the Garage C1000-109
♦   Planet Gizmo C1150-110
♦   Slap Shot C1300-111
♦   Bilge Pump Work C1450-112
♦   Buoy Lift I C1500-113
♦   Buoy Lift II C1505-114
♦   Tank with a Movable Wall C1800-115
3.04   Work Considerations C1900-116
♦   Hawk's Nest C1950-117
♦   Back Squat C1970-118
♦   Rock Climb C1980-119
♦   Work to Draw the Castle Bridge C2100-120
♦   Elephant Weighs Teak C2250-121
♦   Polaris Scale Model C2400-122
♦   Work of Aircraft Drag C2550-123
♦   Choice of Workers: A or B C2700-124
♦   Pushing a Crate Uphill C2850-125
3.05   Work as "on" or "by" C3000-126
♦   Optimized Work C3150-127
♦   Drunk Driving Awareness C3300-128
♦   Wreck at Batavia C3450-129
♦   Rock Falls on Spring C3500-130
3.06   System: Selection and Isolation C3650-131
3.07   Forklift Events C3800-132
3.08   Energy Equation: BODY C3950-133
3.09   Internal Energy: the Particle Perspective C4100-134
3.10   Compression Work C4150-135
3.11   Energy: SUBSTANCE C4200-136
♦   Batch Mix Event C4280-137
3.12   Constant Pressure Events: IG C4400-139
3.13   Frictionless Adiabatic Process: IG C4460-141
3.14   About Enthalpy C4500-140
3.15   About Entropy C5120-142
♦   Blowgun Hunter C5250-143
♦   Skateboard Skill C5375-144
♦   Newman's Annihilator C5500-145
♦   Kids on a Swing C5580-146
♦   SCUBA Horsepower C5600-147
♦   What is cos(θ + 60°)? C5660-148
3.16   About Heat C5700-149
♦   Hot, Heat, Cold... etc C5720-148
3.17   Heat and Work Sign Conventions C5800-150
3.18   Energy Equation I: SUBSTANCE C5900-151
3.19   Energy Equation II: SUBSTANCE C6000-152
3.20   Polytropic Processes C6100-153
3.21   Events of Ideal Gases C6200-154
3.22   Rotational Kinetic Energy C6300-155
♦   Air Pistol C6400-156
♦   Air/Water Mortar C6500-157
♦   Tank, Spring and Heater C6600-158
♦   Candle Beneath a Piston C6700-159
♦   Average Force to Brake C6800-160
3.23   Mean Value Theorem C6900-161
♦   Vacuum Launched Rocket C7000-162
♦   Hot Shot C7100-163
3.24   Simple Springs C7110-164
♦   Bungee Jumper C7300-165
♦   Two Springs and a Box C7400-166
♦   Washer Switch C7500-167
3.25   Energy Rates C7700-168
♦   Elevator Speed C7900-169
♦   Gravity Work-Rate C7905-170
3.26   Shaft Work C8100-171
♦   Ship's Reduction Gear C8200-172
♦   Horsepower of an Ox C8300-173
♦   Truck Least Horsepower C8400-174
♦   Tank Locomotion C8420-175
♦   Cyclist Power C8440-176
♦   Car Drives Uphill C8460-177
♦   18-Wheeler Safe Braking Speed C8500-178
♦   Atwood's Machine C8600-179
♦   Deadweight Compactors C8800-180
♦   Pulling Sheet Piles C9000-181
 
Section 4: Thermodynamic Properties
Matter is Made Quantitative by its Properties
4.00   Thermodynamic Properties D0020-182
4.01   Phases at 1 Atmosphere D0040-183
4.02   Normal Properties of Water D0050-184
4.03   Energy Equation: Constant Pressure D0100-185
♦   Chef Thickens the Soup D0500-186
♦   When will the Teapot Whistle? D1500-187
♦   Water at One Atmosphere D2500-188
♦   Citrus Concentrate D3400-189
♦   Microwave Coffee D3800-190
♦   Grease Fire Experiment D4000-191
4.04   Steam Tables D4020-192
♦   Yardley's Extractor D4200-193
♦   Stone Boiling D5400-194
♦   Atmospheric Engine D5600-194
♦   Pressure Cooker D5800-195
♦   Emergency Power MS D6000-196
♦   Neon Signage D6200-197
♦   Leaded Pipe Joint D6800-198
♦   Specific Heat Calculation D7280-199
♦   Space Shuttle Re-entry D8000-200
♦   Copper Block Slides on Ice D8600-201
♦   Sausage Preparation D8600-202
♦   Ice versus Dry Ice Comparison D8620-203
♦   1861 - Rifle Musket D9100-204
♦   Laser Retina Surgery D9220-205
 
Section 5: Thermodynamic Analysis
Analysis Explains or Predicts Simple Events
5.00  Thermodynamic Analysis E0900-206
5.01  Mass Equation E1120-207
♦  Trans Alaska Pipeline E1340-208
5.02  System Perspective E1560-209
♦  Dig Suez E1780-210
♦  Linear Valve E2000-211
5.03   Leibnitz's Calculus E2220-212
5.04   Linear Mass Equation E2440-213
♦   Pipe Pig E2660-214
♦   Boost Pump E2880-215
♦   Freeze-Dried Rattlesnakes E3100-216
♦   Civil Rights Memorial E3320-217
♦   Flow Through an Expansion E3340-218
♦   Depth of Wine E3760-219
♦   Extruded Rod E3980-220
5.05   Momentum Equation E4200-221
♦   Reaction of a Jet E4220-222
♦   Jet-Ski - Static Pull E4640-223
♦   Time to Refill the Pool E4860-224
♦   Pitot-Static Gage E5080-225
♦   Where Water Jets Collide E5300-226
♦   P-51 Mustang E5520-227
5.06   Energy Equation E5740-228
♦   Water Seeks its Level E5960-229
♦   Gear Pump E6180-230
♦   Aquarium Turbines E6460-231
♦   Not a "COOL IDEA" E6620-232
♦   Shipping Maeku E6840-233
♦   Instant Hot Water E7060-234
♦   Pipe Line Flow E7280-235
♦   Torricelli's Theorem E7500-236
♦   Scraped-Surface Heat Exchanger E7720-237
♦   Cardiac Horsepower E7940-238
♦   Niagara Falls Power E9160-239
♦   Tomato Juice E9300-240
♦   ZULIA - Side Casting Dredge E9530-241
♦   Water Pumped Vertically E9740-242
♦   Light Bulb Efficiency E9980-243
 
Section 6: Items to Server
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♦   Ideal Gas Elevator F0080-243