ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS L P C 3 0 3 CO2: CO3

ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS ... entropy transfer with heat flow - entropy generation in a ... triple point line, critical point, saturated liquid and vapo...

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GVP COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (A)

2015

ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS Course Code: 15ME2302

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Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, student will be able to CO1: Apply the concept of entropy and irreversibility to solve practical problems. CO2: Explain P-V, T-S, P-T and h-s diagrams of pure substance and its significance. CO3: Distinguish the equations of state for ideal and real gases and gas mixtures. CO4: Develop TdS, Maxwell’s equations and power cycles. CO5: Explain reactive system and its significance in combustion process UNIT-I (10-Lectures) Entropy: Clausius theorem - the property of entropy – the inequality of Clausius – entropy change in an irreversible process – entropy principle – applications of entropy principle to the processes of transfer of heat through a finite temperature difference, and mixing of two fluids maximum work obtainable from a finite body and a thermal energy reservoir – entropy transfer with heat flow - entropy generation in a closed system – entropy generation in an open system. UNIT-II (10-Lectures) Available energy: Available energy referred to a cycle - available energy from a finite energy source – maximum work in a reversible process – dead state – availability in a steady flow process – availability in a non-flow process – availability in chemical reactions. P-V-T Relationships for pure substances: P-v diagram for a pure substance, triple point line, critical point, saturated liquid and vapor lines, P-T diagram for a pure substance - T-s diagram for a pure substance – h-s diagram (Mollier diagram) for a pure substance – dryness fraction – problems using steam tables. M.TECH-Thermal Engineering

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GVP COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (A)

2015

UNIT-III (10-Lectures) Properties of Gases: Equations of state – Vander Waal’s equation – law of corresponding states – Beattie-Bridgeman equation, Redlich-Kwong equation. Gas Mixtures: Dalton’s law of partial pressures – enthalpy and entropy of gas mixtures. UNIT-IV (10-Lectures) Thermodynamic Relations: Maxwell’s equations –TdS equations – difference in heat capacities – ratio of heat capacities – Joule-Kelvin effect – Clausius-Clapeyron equation. Power Cycles: Brayton cycle – comparison between Brayton cycle and Rankine cycle – effect of regeneration on Brayton cycle efficiency – Brayton-Rankine combined cycle. UNIT-V (10-Lectures) Reactive Systems: Degree of reaction – reaction equilibrium – law of mass action – heat of reaction – temperature dependence of the heat of reaction – temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant – change in Gibbs function – Fugacity and activity. Chemical Reactions: Combustion, Theoretical and actual combustion processes – Enthalpy of formation – Enthalpy of Combustion – First Law analysis of Reacting Systems – Adiabatic flame temperature – Entropy change of Reacting mixtures – Second Law analysis of Reacting systems TEXT BOOKS: 1. P.K. Nag, “Engineering Thermodynamics”, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, 2010. 2. S.S. Thipse, “Advanced Thermodynamics”, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2013

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GVP COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (A)

2015

REFERENCES: 1. Y.A. Cengel and M.A. Boles, “Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach”, 5th Edition in SI Units, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi, 2006. 2. C. Borganakke and R.E. Sonntag, “Fundamentals of Thermodynamics”, 7th Edition, Wiley India, Delhi, 2012. 3. Van P. Carey, “Statistical thermodynamics and micro scale thermo physics”, Cambridge University Press, 1999

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