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# Thermodynamics 1 MCEG 3313

derin busari
Arkansas Tech University

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definition of thermodynamics properties
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thermodynamics I
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Date Created: 01/23/16
Thermodynamics I Lecture notes System: the object/ volume Closed system- A fixed quantity of matter. Control Volume- A fixed volume of space. Isolated System- Nothing crosses boundary. Property- A macroscopic quantity that can be assigned a value at any point in time without any knowledge of the history of the system. State- Condition of a system as described by the value of its properties. Thermodynamics process- A change in state. Steady State- The state of a system is unchanging in time.

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