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# ENGR 210 - Introduction to Thermodynamics Notes on Systems ENGR 210-013

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COURSE
Introduction to Thermodynamics
PROF.
Prof. Hisham Abdel-Aal
TYPE
Class Notes
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3
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CONCEPTS
MEM210, ENGR210, Thermodynamics
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Colin on Wednesday March 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ENGR 210-013 at Drexel University taught by Prof. Hisham Abdel-Aal in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 58 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Thermodynamics in Engineering and Tech at Drexel University.

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Date Created: 03/09/16
Systems Wednesday,  March  9,  22:43  PM • System ○ Definition:    a  domain  of  investigation ○ Thermodynamic  System:    the  collection  of  matter  or  region  of  space ○ To  define  a  system,  must  also  define  the  environment  or  surroundings ○ Zero  mathematical  thickness  of  a  system ○ The  boundary  is  shared  by  both  system  and  surroundings ○ Properties  vary  continuously  across  the  surface  of  the  boundary § There  is  no  jump  in  properties  across  the  boundary ○ Types: § Isolated □ A  system  that  doesn’t  allow  transfer  or  mass  or  heat(work)  to  cross   boundary □ Boundary  is  not  free  to  move □ Rigid □ § Closed   □ Cannot  exchange  mass  (matter)  across  the  boundary  but  can   exchange  heat  or  work □ □ § Adiabatic  system □ Can  exchange  energy  in  the  form  of  work  but  not  heat  or  matter □ Work  due  to  the  expansion  or  compression  of  the  boundary □ Virtually  non  existent  in  nature □ § Open  system □ Open  systems  may  exchange  both  matter  and  energy  across   boundarys □ Time  invariant ® Dynamic  steady ® Static ® d/dt  =  0 □ Change  with  time ® Transient ® d/dt  =   ξ □ Controlled  volume ® Must  account  for  the  balance  of  influx  and  out  flux □

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