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ENGS 25 - Introduction to Thermodynamics

Description

The fundamental concepts and methods of thermodynamics are developed around the first and second laws. The distinctions between heat, work, and energy are emphasized. Common processes for generating work, heat, or refrigeration or changing the physical or chemical state of materials are analyzed. The use of thermodynamic data and auxiliary functions such as entropy, enthalpy, and free energy are integrated into the analysis. The numerous problems show how theoretical energy requirements and the limitations on feasible processes can be estimated. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

Prerequisites

MATH 13, PHYS 13, ENGS 20 or COSC 1 and COSC 10

Distribution Code

TAS

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Summer 2021
Time: J
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Kimberley Samkoe


Term: Winter 2023
Time: D
Location:
Instructors:

Mark S. Laser


Term: Summer 2023
Time: J
Location:
Instructors:

Kimberley Samkoe


Term: Spring 2023
Time: F
Location:
Instructors:

Lee R. Lynd


Term: Summer 2022
Time: J
Location:
Instructors:

Kimberley Samkoe


Term: Spring 2022
Time: F
Location:
Instructors:

Lee R. Lynd


Term: Winter 2021
Time: D
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Mark S. Laser


Term: Spring 2021
Time: F
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Lee R. Lynd


Term: Summer 2021
Time: J
Location:

B01 MacLean/

Remote lectures, but optional on-campus components

Instructors:

Kimberley Samkoe


Term: Winter 2022
Time: D
Location:
Instructors:

Mark S. Laser