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THERMODYNAMICS ACE ACADEMY GATE STUDY MATERIAL PART-1 FREE DOWNLOAD PDF www.MechanicaLibrary.com

THERMODYNAMICS PART-1

ACE ACADEMY GATE STUDY MATERIAL

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Thermodynamics Ace Academy GATE Study Material Part-1 Free Download PDF




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ABOUT THE BOOK
  • SUBJECT : THERMODYNAMICS - THEORY WITH WORKED OUT EXAMPLES SELF AND CLASSROOM PRACTICE QUESTIONS
  • AUTHOR : SUBJECT EXPERTS OF ACE ENGINEERING ACADEMY - HYDERABAD
  • PUBLISHERS : ACE ENGINEERING PUBLISHERS
  • IDEAL FOR : GATE AND PSU's - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STREAM

CONTENTS : 
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS
  2. WORK AND HEAT
  3. FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
  4. SECOND LAW OF THERMDYNAMICS
  5. ENTROPY
  6. AVAILABILITY

Thermodynamics Ace Academy GATE Study Material Part-1 Free Download PDF


History of Thermodynamics : 

The latter half of the eighteenth century ushered man into the modern world of and manufacture, and brought about cataclysmic changes in the social, economic and political life of the people. The historians have called it the Industrial Revolution. It began in England due to a fortuitous combination of many factors. There was bustling creative activity in science and technology during this period in England, with the appearance of a galaxy of some brilliant individuals. 



The invention of the steam engine gave an impetus to this activity and for the first time made man free from the forces of nature. The names of Savery, Newcomen and notably James Watt are associated with this invention. Watt brought about considerable improvement in the performance of the steam engine, which began to be widely used in coal mines, iron metallurgy and textile mills. 



George Stephenson introduced steam engine for rail transport, and Robert Fulton used it in steam boats. A variety of industries grew up, and man gradually entered into the modern machine age. The advent of steam engine also gave stimulus to the birth of thermodynamics. Thermodynamics is said to be the "daughter" of the steam engine There was young inventor who thought that he could produce energy out once a of nothing. 



It is well known said he, that an electrical motor converts electrical energy into electrical energy into mechanical energy and that an electric generator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.




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4 comments:

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    1. see in zip file whatever you had downloded.

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  2. Really Very thank you sir . please provide second part of this . if possible all subjects .for Thermodynamic 1st part am very thankful to you .

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  3. I am waiting for part 2 and other subjects

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