Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics – Moran & Shapiro – 6th Edition


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Table of Content

1 Introducción
2 Energía y la primera ley de la termodinámica
3 Evaluación de Propiedades
4 Control de volumen, análisis de uso de la energía
5 Segunda ley de la termodinámica
6 Uso de la entropía
7 Análisis exergético
8 Sistemas de alimentación de vapor
9 Sistemas de alimentación de gas
10 Sistemas de refrigeración y bombas de calor
11 Relaciones termodinámicas
12 Mezclas de gases ideales y aplicaciones
13 Mezclas de reacción y de combustión
14 Química y de fase de equilibrio

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