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Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Fluid Water
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Fessler Published Materials Science. Program determines thermodynamic state from assigned values for temperature and density, pressure and density, temperature and pressure, pressure and entropy, or pressure and enthalpy.
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Ionic liquids and molten salts are being considered for many novel applications including for use as heat transfer fluids in thermal energy generation cycles. Thermodynamic and transport properties like melting points, heat capacities, viscosities and thermal conductvities were computed for some ionic liquids and molten salts. Melting points were computed using a novel thermodynamic integrationbased procedure. Apart from computing melting points, relative thermodynamic stabilities of crystal polymorphs can be obtained using this method.
This course introduces the subject areas of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics from an engineering perspective. The course is concerned with the application of these topics to analysis and design in an engineering context. The aims of the course are therefore twofold.
The engineers of remotest antiquity provided water for their cities. In the Middle Ages the use of water mills flourished in Europe. In these activities practical knowledge of the properties of water—density, volatility, and viscosity—preceded the development of scientific understanding. Similarly, Watt patented the condenser, making the steam engine practical, in , before the discovery of the compound nature of water, shown by Cavendish in , and well before the development of thermodynamics in the nineteenth century.