This new edition are in recognition of the great advances made in the development of chemical engineering curricula in terms of the basic engineering sciences. With increasing independenceof instruction from service courses taught by other branches of engineering the treatment of thermodynamics in this textbook has been enlarged particularly in the fields of fluid flow and power generation. Principles of fluid flow with consideration of thrust have been extended to the supersonic range as well as to the flow of compressible fluids through ducts and nozzles. Principles in the generation of power include steam turbines spark- ignition engines compression-ignition engines gas turbines free-piston engines turbojets ramjets and rockets. The thermodynamic problems of these devices are analyzed in terms of basic scientific principles but problems of mechanical design are not treated.
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