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Deck 1 – Units and Dimensions

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[q topic=”Distance”] 100 cm =

[a] 1 meter

[q topic=”Distance”] 1000 mm =

[a] 1 meter

[q topic=”Distance”] 1 foot =

[a] 12 inches (in)

[q topic=”Distance”] 1 inch

[a] 2.54 cm

[q topic=”Distance”] 1 mile =

[a] 5280 feet (ft)

[q topic=”Distance”] 1000 meters (m) =

[a] 1 kilometer (km)

[q topic=”Volume”] 1 Liter =

[a] 0.264 US Gallons (gal)

[q topic=”Volume”] 1000 mL =

[a] 1 Liter (L)

[q topic=”Volume”] 1 ml =

[a] 1 cm^{3} (cc or cubic centimeter)

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 Joule (J) =

[a] 1 N∙m

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 cal =

[a] 4.184 Joules (J)

Amount of Energy to Raise 1 g of Water, 1°C

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 Cal (with Capital C) =

[a] 1 kilocalorie (kcal)

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 BTU =

[a] 1.0551 kiloJoules (kJ)

Amount of Energy to Raise 1 lbm of Water, 1°F

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 Watt (W) =

[a] 1 Joule/second (J/s)

[q topic=”Energy”] 1 Newton (N) =

[a] 1 kg∙m/s^{2}

[q topic=”Pressure”] 760 mmHg =

[a] 1 atmosphere (atm)

[q topic=”Pressure”] 101 325 Pascals (Pa) =

[a] 1 atmosphere (atm)

[q topic=”Pressure”] 14.696 psi =

[a] 1 atmosphere (atm)

[q topic=”Pressure”] 100 000 Pascals (Pa) =

[a] 1 bar

[q topic=”Mass”] 1 lb =

[a] 453.59 grams (g)

[q topic=”Mass”] 1000 grams (g) =

[a] 1 kg

[q topic=”Mass”] 1 metric ton (tonne) =

[a] 1000 kg

[q topic=”Mass”] 1 US Ton (ton) =

[a] 2000 lbm

[q topic=”Energy”] The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything =

[a] 42

[x] The First Order Thanks you for your commitment to Thermodynamics Excellence!

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Deck 2 – Equations and Laws

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[q unit=”Equations”] COP of any Refrigerator (beta)

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] COP of Reversible Refrigerator (beta max)

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] COP of any Heat Pump (gamma)

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] COP of a reversible Heat Pump (gamma max)

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] Thermal Efficiency of Heat Engine

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] Isentropic Efficiency of a Compressor

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] Isentropic Efficiency of a Turbine

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Basic Ideal Gas Law

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Gas Constant is …

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas Law with Specific Volume

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] R =

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas relation for Internal Energy

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas relation for Enthalpy

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas relation for Entropy

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas R relation to Cp and Cv

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal gas k relationship

[a]

[q unit=”Ideal_Gas”] Ideal Gas relation when system is Isentropic and Cp is Constant

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] Lower case Sigma (σ) is…

[a] Rate of Entropy Creation

σ > 0 – Possible and Irreversible

σ < 0 – Impossible

σ = 0 – Reversible (ideal)

[q unit=”Equations”] General Entropy Balance

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] Generalized Mass Balance

[a]

[q unit=”Equations”] General Energy Balance

[a]

[q unit=”Terms”] Adaibatic

[a] Q = 0

[q unit=”Terms”] Reversible

[a] Sigma = 0

[q unit=”Terms”] Adaibatic and Reversible

[a] Isentropic

[q unit=”Terms”] Steady Flow

[a] Open System

sum of masses in = sum of masses out

no change in control volume over time

[q unit=”Terms”] Heat exchanger assumption

[a] Low Pressure Drop

[q unit=”Terms”] Transient Analysis Key words

[a] Tank is Vented

Tank is Leaking

Pressure regulating/relief valve

Tank is filled

[x] The First Order Thanks you for your commitment to Thermodynamics Excellence!

#TeamCelestin

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Deck 3 – Process Labels and Concepts

Coming Soon