Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics
With +50 Solved Problems to Practice For Your Exams and Understand Engineering Thermodynamics Concepts Better
Created by Prof. Samer  Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Students: 10246, Price: $69.99
Students: 10246, Price: Paid
Topics include properties of a simple pure compressible substance, equations of state, the first law of thermodynamics, internal energy, specific heats, enthalpy, and the application of the first law to a system or a control volume. The study of the second law of thermodynamics is also discussed leading to the discovery of entropy as a property and its ramifications.
Topics:
1.Definitions, terminology, properties of systems, pressure, temperature scale, heat and work as path dependent functions, zeroth law of thermodynamics, concept of a thermodynamic equilibrium, different kinds of work
2. The first law of thermodynamics, and its application to systems
3. Properties of a pure compressible substance, Phases and their transitions
4. Application of the first law to a control volume: energy relationship for flow processes
5. The second law of thermodynamics, Corollaries of the second law of thermodynamics, reversible processes and irreversible processes.
6. Entropy and entropy production
7. Entropy rate balance for a control volume
8. Power, refrigeration and heat pump cycles analysis
Course Outcomes:
1. The students will have learned that energy is conserved based on the first law of thermodynamics.
2. The students will have learned whether or not a process is possible based on the second law of thermodynamics.
3. The students will be able to apply the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics in performance analysis of various power plants, engines and refrigeration systems.
Enjoy and happy learning!!
Thermodynamics for Engineering Students
A Detailed Introduction to Thermodynamics
Created by Cherish Qualls, PhD  Professional Engineer and University Professor
Students: 2587, Price: $109.99
Students: 2587, Price: Paid
What is Thermodynamics?
Thermo is the branch of physics that deals with temperature and pressure and how they are related to work and energy. Thermodynamics applies to a wide variety of applications such as combustion engines, heating and air conditioning systems, and jet propulsion, along with many, many others.
Who should enroll in this course?

Engineering students wanting to get a head start on an upcoming Thermo course

Students currently taking Thermo who need extra examples and explanations

Students and professionals who are preparing to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam

Anyone with an interest in learning about work and energy
How's this course different from the other online Thermo courses? Why should I enroll in this course?
This course covers all the topics needed to gain an understanding of the basics of thermodynamics. We will cover:

Pressure and temperature

Work and energy of closed systems

Steam Tables

Enthalpy

Compressibility charts

Ideal gas model

Mass flow rates

Work and energy of control volumes

Thermodynamic efficiencies

Entropy

And more!
What sets this course apart from others is the number of worked examples. Being an instructor of Thermodynamics for many years, I understand the need for examples. So many instructors simply show a solution to a problem or only solve it halfway and just assume the student knows how to finish it.
This used to be one of my biggest frustrations as a student so I can relate when I hear today's students complain about this. To prevent this frustration, this course has many, many fullyworked example problems in a range of difficulty levels. I also don't assume you know more than you do. We start with the basics and work our way up to more complex material.
Now, what good is learning material if you can't check your understanding, right? To assist with this, quiz problems are provided throughout the course. To check your work, video solutions of each quiz are provided.
In addition, the outline of the notes I use in the videos is provided as a downloadable file to help you follow along during the course.
Will the material taught prepare me for other courses?
The relationships between pressure, temperature, density, work and energy are fundamental to so many areas. As such, this course will prepare you for more advanced topics like

Combustion

Heat transfer

Fluid mechanics

Propulsion

Aerodynamics

And many others
How's the course structured and what prior knowledge is needed? Do I need a book?
You will have handwritten lectures followed by fully worked examples. There are NO PowerPoint slides used in this course. From my experience students learn best when following along and writing the notes versus just listening to someone talk while staring at a bunch of slides. And of course, throughout the class you will have the opportunity to test your knowledge using quizzes.
The examples we cover do use basic concepts from Calculus such as derivatives and integrals. In order to understand the material and examples you should know these concepts.
As for the textbook, I will be using the 8th Edition of Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics by Moran, Shapiro, Boettner, and Bailey. ISBN: 9781118412930. Although not required, this book is a great resource and I strongly encourage you to get a copy for yourself. We will be covering the first 6 chapters of this text.
What are you waiting for? There's no better time than now to get started. Enroll today!
Thermodynamics and Protein Purification MCQ (Bio Chem)
Examination Preparation and Interview questions on Thermodynamics and Protein Purification Practice (Bio Chemistry)
Created by Manu Mitra  Software Analyst
Students: 2049, Price: $19.99
Students: 2049, Price: Paid
The thermodynamic free energy is a concept useful in the thermodynamics of chemical or thermal processes in engineering and science. The change in the free energy is the maximum amount of work that a thermodynamic system can perform in a process at constant temperature, and its sign indicates whether a process is thermodynamically favorable or forbidden. Since free energy usually contains potential energy, it is not absolute but depends on the choice of a zero point. Therefore, only relative free energy values, or changes in free energy, are physically meaningful
The free energy is a thermodynamic state function, like the internal energy, enthalpy, and entropy
Protein purification is a series of processes intended to isolate one or a few proteins from a complex mixture, usually cells, tissues or whole organisms. Protein purification is vital for the characterization of the function, structure and interactions of the protein of interest. The purification process may separate the protein and nonprotein parts of the mixture, and finally separate the desired protein from all other proteins. Separation of one protein from all others is typically the most laborious aspect of protein purification. Separation steps usually exploit differences in protein size, physicochemical properties, binding affinity and biological activity. The pure result may be termed protein isolate
These questions will give you basic idea for Examination Preparation and/or interview on Thermodynamics and Free Energy and Protein Purification.
Please Note:

These questions are only for practice and understanding level of knowledge only. It is not necessary that these questions may or may not appear for examinations and/or interview questions

In this practice test, because of large amount of questions (around 14 questions) some of questions may have repeated

I had to put as 70% pass rate because there may also be wrong answers from my side
Engineering Thermodynamics Part I
Units, mass, force, energy and pressure
Created by Improve Your Bet  Gambler I also have a Ph.D. degree
Students: 1246, Price: $19.99
Students: 1246, Price: Paid
If you are looking for an easy to understand thermodynamic course, stop. This is your course.
Here I present all the basics of thermodynamic in a funny way.
Checkout the examples. This course, with more than 20 examples will help you to understand thermodynamics and approve any university exam!!!
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This is not a boring course!!!!! :P
Thermodynamics – Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Thermodynamics / Fluid Mechanics encompassing topics like Pressure Theory, Buoyancy, Fluid flow, Lift & Drag
Created by LearnEd Online  Instructor
Students: 1106, Price: $74.99
Students: 1106, Price: Paid
This course serves as a springboard into Engineering Thermodynamics for new students or as a refresher for students already familiar with some of the concepts and are looking for somewhere to brush up the fundamentals.
The course covers a broad spectrum of common topics that are applicable to a wide variety of situations in numerous engineering sectors;

Hydrostatic pressure theory

Buoyancy and Archimedes Principle

Fluid flow (Reynolds number, types of flow & viscous fluid flow)

Bernoulli's Equation

Lift and Drag

Combustion

Thermo power cycles (including the Carnot cycle, Otto cycle & Diesel cycle)
All of these topics are fascinating and are around the Alevel to University level in terms of technical content... but don't worry! We cover these topics in a logical order and start off simple so that we do not lose you along the way. Most videos follow the format of a discussion of the theory and then we go through a worked example. We then recommend that students have a go at the practice questions that accompany most videos so that you can put your skills to the test. There are full worked solutions so you are able to check how you perform.
We at LearnEd believe that the format of "Theory  Worked example  Have a go for your self" is one of the best methods of learning  particularly the "Have a go for yourself" element.
We also try to describe various applications that each theory has to help give context as to why its interesting to learn about.
We hope to see you in our lessons!
Note: This course does not replace a formal qualification. Formal qualifications in engineering can be obtained through colleges or universities and these may be of interest to you if you enjoyed this course.
Mathematical tools for thermodynamics 1
For beginners one of the best way to begins thermodynamics, In the form of direct application, with detailed quiz answer
Created by Mohamed Elboudour Elidrissi  Physics Teacher
Students: 442, Price: $69.99
Students: 442, Price: Paid
This course is reserved for people who have never had a thermodynamics course, or who have never had an advanced course on differential calculus. Anyone can use it just needs a HighSchool Diploma level, this course is presented as a direct application where every detail is explained. Each quiz contains a detailed answer with explanation.
Before any thermodynamics course we need mathematical tools like :
 The partial derivative
 Mixed second partial derivative
 differential form
 integral of function of two variables
 notion of state function
 path integral
 integrating factor
In this course we present all this concept for beginner
Our method is detailed the calculation from A to Z .
Content and Overview
About 4 hours of classes using a white board as a real university course for total immersion.
We start with a recall about the polar coordinates followed directly by a quiz with detailed correction, after this we attack the notion of partial derivative of a function of several variables, here, for simplicity we will only see the functions of two variables, but to understand for two variables is to understand automatically for several variables, after that, we will see the mixed derivative.
During our course we will see quite a recall on some rules of derivation already seen in high school.
At the end of section 1 we will see an interesting property in thermodynamics, a general result.
In the second part of this course we shall attack the notion of differential forms, very important concept in thermodynamics, we shall see especially the notion of an exact differential form of a function, since all the functions in thermodynamics their differential is exact.
In the third part we will see the notion of "state function", because all the thermodynamic functions are state functions.
Finally part 4 is a great application of that has been seen previously, it is like a summary, but in this part we will also calculate very simple path integrals for beginners, just to see that there exist such integrals, wich may depend on the path taken.
And at the end we will see an example of an integrating factor, which in fact multiplied by a differential form will allow to integrate, hence its name.
ThermodynamicsI: A Beginners’ Guide
A Complete Guide for Fundamentals of Thermodynamics
Created by Baskar P  Professor and Tech Consultant
Students: 258, Price: $19.99
Students: 258, Price: Paid
The course includes the Basic Concepts, Work and Heat, First law of thermodynamics applied to nonflow and flow processes, First law of thermodynamics applied to nonflow and flow processes, Second law of thermodynamics, Entropy and Properties of pure substances.
The course also includes numerical worked out examples, quiz and assignments/exercises for self evaluation.
Thermodynamics
An Engineering Approach
Created by V R D M Kausik Agastyaraj  Subject Matter Expert
Students: 235, Price: $19.99
Students: 235, Price: Paid
In this course the following topics will be discussed
1. Introduction to Thermodynamics
2. Laws of Thermodynamics
3. Pure Substances
4. Air Standard Cycles
5. Gas Turbines
6. Introduction to Refrigeration and Refrigeration Cycles
7. Psychometrics
After enrolling to this course students will be able to get good understanding of the concepts and ample number of examples. New examples and more concepts will be added once in a while.
Engineering Thermodynamics
The fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics taught in a clear, practical way so that you can understand it.
Created by Michael Reynolds  Engineering Professor
Students: 233, Price: $49.99
Students: 233, Price: Paid
Thermodynamics is the study of energy. How do we get the energy we need to power our homes and get us where we want to go? How do things like engines, power plants, and refrigerators work? This class is very important for many types of engineers. I have designed the class so that anyone who is interested in learning Thermodynamics can learn. This course will be greatly helpful to all college students who are taking Thermodynamics or will take it in the future. I can help you pass and be a success! But this is also great for anyone who wants to be more educated about energy  a very important topic these days! I stay away from overly complicated theory and give you both the HOW and the WHY. You will understand Thermodynamics with my help!
Engineering Thermodynamics for University exams and GATE
Grasp the concepts of Thermodynamics , enjoy learning and do well in exams
Created by Milind Murugkar  Professor in Mechanical Engineering
Students: 197, Price: $19.99
Students: 197, Price: Paid
Thermodynamics is a fascinating subject. This subject forms the basis for understanding technologies that deal with all the Thermal Prime Movers. The subject is abstract. And the concepts can appear elusive. But the real fun of learning Thermodynamics can be derived only by having firm grip over the concepts. I have not divided this course in sections. The concepts discussed in each video appear in logical sequence.
I should mention a word about one concepts associated with Second Law of Thermodynamics. This concept is that of Entropy. It is my experience that adopting macroscopic view doesn't help students to understand this interesting concept. In Classical Thermodynamics Entropy appears as a mathematical entity that can be shown to be a property of the system. But unless one takes microscopic view meaning and significance Entropy does not become clear. So in this course I deviate from the strict discipline of Classical Thermodynamics while discussing Entropy.
It is my hope that student will enjoy this course and do well in their undergraduate level examinations as well as in exams such as GATE. In this course I cover all the concepts in Engineering Thermodynamics. Each video will deal with one concept. The videos are short and students can watch them over and over again. My aim is two fold. One, this will help students in their examinations at undergraduate level and two, it will lay foundation for GATE. This course will be revised continuously. Students should watch out for new videos those will be uploaded. These new videos will discuss the questions/problems asked in GATE.
Physics of Life 1. Thermodynamics
Energy and life
Created by Scott Turner  Physiologist, Scientist, Writer, Media Maker
Students: 181, Price: $19.99
Students: 181, Price: Paid
Life exists in a world constrained by laws of physics and chemistry. Life is still distinct from the physical world, and this course explores why. The answer lies in the fundamentally biological phenomenon of adaptation. Physics of life thermodynamics is the first of a series of four courses that deal with this question. Physics of light thermodynamics considers such questions as the thermodynamic definition of life, how metabolism works, the thermodynamics of the origin of life, and the thermodynamics of ecology and community structure.
This is not your standard approach to physics.The course is not heavily mathematical, and is geared towards how biology exploits physics in the service of adaptation.
I assume that you have a basic background in high school physics and chemistry, as well as introductory level college biology.
Animal Physiology 1. Respiration and gas exchange
Energetics, thermodynamics and adaptation
Created by Scott Turner  Physiologist, Scientist, Writer, Media Maker
Students: 159, Price: $19.99
Students: 159, Price: Paid
This is a course in the physiology of animals, or, to use a common phrase, how animals work. Animals are, in one sense, machines, and the aim of the science of physiology is to understand how these machines function—what drives them, how they operate, the interaction of the various systems they comprise, and the physical and chemical constraints on how they work.
Animals are also organisms, and this course is intended to help you understand how animals work as integrated units, i.e. as organisms. We will be concerned with how organisms’ various components work to keep an animal alive, with how these are coordinated, and how the various types of animals, despite their disparate evolutionary histories, solve common physiological problems, sometimes in remarkably innovative ways. This course is intended for the upperdivision biology student. It is also a good course for graduate students and practicing professionals looking for a brushup course in animal physiology. I presume that you come into this course with the background in chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology that can be reasonably expected of a senior biology student.
The course consists of about five hours of video clips, parceled into six lectures. This is the first module of four similar courses. This module covers respiration. Subsequent modules cover blood and circulation; digestion and metabolism; and heat and water balance. All four comprise one semester of a twosemester course in animal physiology.
Applied Thermodynamics
The Mystery is Now Revealed !
Created by Hamam Awad  Engineer & Author
Students: 145, Price: $19.99
Students: 145, Price: Paid
Thermodynamics
The Mystery is Now Revealed
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The Truth As Never Been Explained:
Are You a Pregraduate Student Having a Problem With >>> Applied Thermodynamics
 Don't know where to start?
 Tired of trying to understand how to use thermodynamics tables!?
 Wants a valid definitions that perfectly suit the concepts of Work & Heat!?
 Want to know What in the hill is entropy!!!!?
This course is the right one for 'YOU'
Be prepared, have your cup of coeffee/tea beside you, and bring a pen and a paper.
And get ready to this mind opening journey to the world of Thermodynamics.
That will impower you to rise as the knight of science and Ace your pregraduate course.
What are you waiting for !!!!?
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Introduction to Steam, Boilers and Thermodynamics!
Learn about steam! Its applications, theory (thermodynamics), properties and generation.
Created by saVRee 3D  saVRee.com. High quality online engineering courses.
Students: 120, Price: $29.99
Students: 120, Price: Paid
The industrial revolution may have been fired by coal, but it was powered by steam. Humans have been harnessing the power of steam for thousands of years, but it is only in the past 200 years that we have started to rely on it for countless engineering applications. This course looks at the origins of steam, its theory (thermodynamics), generation and applications.
You will learn:
 Why we use steam instead of other energy fluids.
 The history of steam in engineering.
 Heat fundamentals (thermodynamics, latent heat, sensible heat etc.).
 Heat transfer (conduction, convection and radiation etc.).
 Combustion theory (efficiency, heat values etc.).
 Steam properties (wet, dry, saturated, enthalpy etc.).
 Boilers (designs, advantages, disadvantages etc.).
 And a lot more!
Irrespective of your engineering background, learning about steam will greatly benefit your career. Steam systems are used at almost every industrial facility on the planet, so you can apply 100% of what you have learnt to the real world.
This course is ideal if you work in the chemical engineering, power engineering, oil and gas, or industrial engineering industries.
The instructor is an exmarine engineer with 17 years experience...you're in good hands!
Interactive 3D models have been used to show you various boiler designs in great detail.
2D images have been used to clarify complicated topics.
Quiz questions have been added so you can test your knowledge!
The course includes links to Apps that help you consolidate what you have learnt.
Check out the ratings from our other courses if you are still not sure!
So, what are you waiting for?
Hope to see you on the course!
Thermodynamics – Using the Steam Tables
All You Need to Know About Steam Table Selection
Created by Cherish Qualls, PhD  Professional Engineer and University Professor
Students: 109, Price: $19.99
Students: 109, Price: Paid
Have you worked Thermodynamics problems only to get stuck by not knowing which table to use? Should it be compressed liquid, saturated liquid, superheated vapor...which table should it be?! I have heard this frustration from many Thermodynamics students. They know how to solve the problem but just get stuck on the tables. If you have felt this frustration then this short course is for you! In this course you will learn how to choose exactly which table you need. We will also cover phase change, pressurespecific volume diagrams as well as liquidvapor mixture quality. I also provide you with an easytouse flowchart to help you along. Stop stressing over steam tables  Enroll today!
Thermodynamics for Engineers made easy
Application of Thermodynamics
Created by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar  Professor and Engineer
Students: 107, Price: $39.99
Students: 107, Price: Paid
This course will help students and professionals to analyse heat engines, refrigerator and power plant using energy analysis concepts from thermodynamics 1 Develop immense interest in this subject because of emphasis on concepts
2 Apply these concepts for real Engineering problems
3 Easily pass exams involving Thermodynamics with flying colours after taking this course
Thermodynamics is a science of energy transfer and primarily deals with heat and work transfer across system boundary and it's conversion . Thermodynamics is an extremely relevant and conceptual course for all students of engineering especially the mechanical engineering students .It is also extremely useful for the practising engineers and technicians working in power utilities ,process industries and other industries involving heat and work transfer. Often students find the concepts in Thermodynamics a bit difficult to understand .This course is designed for all such students and professionals who would want to learn thermodynamics in a simple easy to understand manner. The title of this course is therefore Thermodynamics made easy .This course deals primarily with the first and second law of thermodynamics as applied to closed and open systems . Steady flow energy equation numericals are included to clarify the application of first law in Engineering systems .Heat Engine Refrigerator and Heat Pump all three cyclic devices are studied from thermodynamic perspective.Performance assessment parameters like efficiency and Coefficient of performance are explained and numericals based on these are introduced.Both the Kelvin Planck Statement and Clausius statement of second law of thermodynamics is explained .Kelvin Planck Statement says that even am ideal engine will not an efficiency equal to 100 percent .The best engine is Carnot Heat engine and it's thermodynamic cycle the Carnot cycle is explained.
MCQs Thermodynamics for online exam
GATE
Created by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar  Professor and Engineer
Students: 50, Price: $34.99
Students: 50, Price: Paid
Hi .Welcome back.Hope you are enjoying the courses I am offering on Udemy.
Thermodynamics is a fun course especially if you understand the concepts.That was the motivation for floating a course on Udemy named Thermodynamics made easy which is receiving good response . Thermodynamics courseb offered by me included first law and second law of thermodynamics indepth coverage and I am sure students must have enjoyed my course.If you haven't rush and grab the discounts being offered on the course ,enrol and get the concepts right.
After studying Thermodynamics made easy course on Udemy students would love to practice the concept review questions given here .
Prerequisites for this practice test is thermodynamics .So students are advised to do the course on Thermodynamics on Udemy.This will clarify the concepts
Questions are typically to train the students to take all competitive exams involving Thermodynamics
Typical questions from GATE and IES are included
Theory questions are conceptual in nature .
Number of problems are included and the tutor is available to help students clear the doubts while solving those problems.Problems on first law of thermodynamics and the problems on Carnot Engine Carnot Refrigerator and Heat Pump are included to get you clearer understanding of first law and second law of thermodynamics.Hints are provided for difficult problems and SI units are used since most competitive exams follow this system .
After taking this tests students would be better placed to crack similar questions
If you have any doubts regarding any concepts please be free to contact me at mnshelar@kkwagh.edu.in
Physics: Heat & Thermodynamics (AP Physics, IIT JEE, IGCSE)
31 physics videos  4 Hrs. (expansion, conduction, convection, entropy, thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases)
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 49, Price: $19.99
Students: 49, Price: Paid
This course includes 
HEAT
Expansion and how it manifests in one, two and three dimension
How liquids and solids absorb heat
The First law of thermodynamics
Various heat transfer mechanism  conduction, convection and radiation
KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
Deep dive into the kinetic theory of gases
What really is "root mean square speed" (RMS Speed)
What is meant by "Mean free path"
How does Velocity distribution of atoms and molecules work
What are Molar specific heats
What is adiabatic process and the conditions
SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
What is The second law of thermodynamics
What is a Carnot Engine and how it works
What are refrigerators and the principle behind them
ENTROPY
What is Entropy
Mathematical treatment of Entropy
Entropy for reversible and irreversible processes
How I make my courses:
When I create content for lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas in physics makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through for faster learning and absorption of the subject
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of students enrolled in my course
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Thermodynamics – Mechanical Engineering
Learn about laws of thermodynamics, enthalpy, entropy, heat transfer, SFEE, heat exchanger and many more
Created by J Aatish Rao  Mechanical engineering professional  Stargazing enthusiast
Students: 35, Price: $29.99
Students: 35, Price: Paid
During my college times. I often found my classmates having trouble with Thermodynamics. Many of them even had backlogs when they have cleared other tough subjects like Dynamics Of Machine, Machine Design etc;. However this subject always amused me. The vastness of this subject is what makes it tough in the first place.
What is the importance of thermodynamics in our daily lives?
Heating and cooling systems in our homes and other buildings, engines that power our motor vehicles, even the design of buildings and vehicles, all incorporate information from thermodynamics to make them perform well.
What do we learn from thermodynamics?
Thermodynamics is a part of physics that involves work, heat and temperature that are related to energy, chemical reactions and physical properties of matter. Thermodynamics also deals in studying systems and how they change according to their environment such systems are turbines, engines, nozzles and reactions in closed and open reaction systems.
What is the importance of thermodynamics in engineering?
Thermodynamics is a branch of physics dealing with matter and conversion of energy, conversion of energy into heat and work in particular. Each object of interest in engineering contains matter, therefore, thermodynamics is usually included or indirectly involved in the analysis of almost all engineering problems.
My effort in this course is to simplify the topics in the most suitable way possible. I have divided the topics in very small small bites because I think to eat the whole thing would lead to indigestion :) ENROLL NOW !!
"Nothing in life is certain except death, taxes and the second law of thermodynamics."
Crash Course Thermodynamics
A concise course that emphasizes the most important aspects of problem solving in Engineering Thermodynamics.
Created by James Andrews  Mechanical Engineering Student at Cal Poly SLO
Students: 22, Price: $19.99
Students: 22, Price: Paid
This course will teach you how to analyze any thermodynamics problem using the most fundamental form of the major thermodynamic equations (Continuity, 1st Law of Thermodynamics, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics). This approach helps prevent students from having to learn specific equations for specific cases, which often makes thermodynamics give students a headache. While the equations in this course will initially seem more complicated than those commonly found in the textbook, the small added complexity allows the equations to apply to all cases. Therefore, once you learn this fundamental approach, every problem will follow the same steps. Further, once you become comfortable with this approach, I strongly believe you will agree with me that Thermodynamics is not as difficult as it seems.