# NOC:Engineering Thermodynamics - 2017 (DVD)

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Media Storage Type : DVD-ROM

NPTEL Subject Matter Expert : Dr. Jayant K. Singh

NPTEL Co-ordinating Institute : IIT Kanpur

NPTEL Lecture Count : 58

NPTEL Course Size : 2.5 GB

NPTEL PDF Text Transcription : Available and Included

NPTEL Subtitle Transcription : Available and Included (SRT)

**Lecture Titles:**

Lecture 1 - Fundamental laws of nature, system definitions and applications

Lecture 2 - Thermodynamic property, state, equilibrium and process

Lecture 3 - Temperature scale and pressure

Lecture 4 - Macroscopic and microscopic forms of energy

Lecture 5 - Different forms of work, energy transfer and sign convention

Lecture 6 - First law of thermodynamics and energy balance

Lecture 7 - Efficiency of mechanical and electrical devices

Lecture 8 - Examples on basic concept and energy balance

Lecture 9 - Phase change of a pure substance

Lecture 10 - Property diagrams of pure substances

Lecture 11 - Thermodynamic properties of a pure substance from a property table

Lecture 12 - Thermodynamic properties of a pure substance

Lecture 13 - Equations of state and compressibility chart

Lecture 14 - Examples on properties of pure substances

Lecture 15 - Quasi equilibrium, moving boundary work

Lecture 16 - Polytropic process

Lecture 17 - Energy analysis of closed system and unrestrained expansion

Lecture 18 - Internal energy, enthalpy, and specific heats of ideal gas

Lecture 19 - Internal energy, enthalpy, and specific heats of solids and liquids

Lecture 20 - Examples on energy balance for closed systems and moving boundary work

Lecture 21 - Conservation of mass and steady flow processes

Lecture 22 - Flow work and energy of flowing fluid

Lecture 23 - Energy balance for steady flow devices

Lecture 24 - Throttling valve, mixing chamber and heat exchanger

Lecture 25 - Energy analysis of steady and unsteady flow devices

Lecture 26 - Examples on mass and energy analysis of open systems

Lecture 27 - Second law of thermodynamics, heat engine and cyclic devices

Lecture 28 - COP of refrigerator and heat pump, second law statements

Lecture 29 - Perpetual motion machines, reversible and irreversible processes, Carnot cycle

Lecture 30 - Carnot principles, thermodynamic temperature scale, Carnot HE and HP

Lecture 31 - Examples on second law of thermodynamics

Lecture 32 - Clausius inequality, application of second law

Lecture 33 - Entropy, increase in entropy principle, isentropic process

Lecture 34 - Change in entropy of solids, liquids and ideal gases

Lecture 35 - Reversible flow work, multistage compressor, efficiency of pump and compressors

Lecture 36 - Entropy balance in closed system and control volume

Lecture 37 - Examples on entropy change in a system

Lecture 38 - Exergy and second law efficiency

Lecture 39 - Exergy of a fixed mass and flowing stream

Lecture 40 - Exergy transfer due to heat, mass and work, exergy destruction

Lecture 41 - Exergy balance and second law efficiency for closed systems and steady flow devices

Lecture 42 - Examples related to exergy change and exergy destruction

Lecture 43 - Gas power cycles and air-standard assumptions

Lecture 44 - An overview of reciprocating engines and otto cycle

Lecture 45 - Analysis of Diesel cycle

Lecture 46 - Analysis of Brayton cycle

Lecture 47 - Examples on gas power cycles such as Otto, Diesel and Brayton

Lecture 48 - Rankin and Carnot vapour power cycles

Lecture 49 - Ideal regenerative Rankin cycle and combined gas-vapour cycle

Lecture 50 - Refrigeration cycles

Lecture 51 - Examples on vapour power cycles

Lecture 52 - Thermodynamic property relations: Gibbs equation, Mnemonic diagrams and reciprocity relations

Lecture 53 - hermodynamic property relations: Clapeyron equation and Maxwell relations

Lecture 54 - Thermodynamic property relations: Joule-Thomson coefficient and cyclic relations

Lecture 55 - Combustion and conservation of mass in a chemical reaction

Lecture 56 - Energy balance for reacting systems

Lecture 57 - Enthalpy of formation and combustion, adiabatic flame temperature

Lecture 58 - Examples on property relations and reaction thermodynamics

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