Category: Thermal Engineering

Entropy – Definition and Calculations
You can find very detailed information here about entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. It is a very important physical phenomenon.

Carnot Cycle – Definitions and Principles
You can find lots of kinds of information about the Carnot cycle, which is so important in thermodynamical calculations.

Radiation Heat Transfer – Calculations and Explanation
You can find lots of kinds of information about radiation heat transfer here. You can learn thermal radiation here.

Second Law of Thermodynamics
What is the second law of thermodynamics? How to calculate the second law? What are systems are working according to it?

Heat Exchangers – Types, Uses, Calculations
What are heat exchangers? What are their general uses of them? How to select a proper heat exchanger system? You can find answers here.

Flow Work – Flow Energy of a Flowing Fluid
What is the flow work? How to calculate the flow work? In which systems that we use these thermodynamical phenomena?

Conservation of Mass – Definitions, Caclulations and Examples
What is the conservation of mass principle? What is the importance of mass conservation in different fields of engineering?

What is Specific Heat of Substances? Specific Heat of Water
What is the specific heat capacity of substances? Why specific heat capacity is an important property? Click to see answers.

Vapor Quality Calculation – Definition and Formula
How to calculate the vapor quality? This calculation is very simple from the Tv diagramsç Click to see how to do it.

Pv Diagrams in Thermodynamics
What are the Pv diagrams of pure substances? How to read and interpret these diagrams? Click to see the answers.

Vapor Pressure Phenomenon in Physics; Cavitation Problem
What is the vapor pressure? What is the difference between it from partial pressure? How does the cavitation problem take place?

Tv Diagrams in Thermodynamics – Explanation and Reading
What are the Tv diagrams in thermodynamics? How to read these diagrams to find fluid properties? Click to see the answers.