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THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
Subsections
4
. Background to the Second Law of Thermodynamics
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Reversibility and Irreversibility in Natural Processes
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Difference between Free and Isothermal Expansions
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Features of reversible processes
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Muddiest Points on Chapter 4
5
. The Second Law of Thermodynamics
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Concept and Statements of the Second Law
5
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Axiomatic Statements of the Laws of Thermodynamics
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Introduction
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Zeroth Law
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First Law
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Second Law
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Reversible Processes
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Combined First and Second Law Expressions
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Entropy Changes in an Ideal Gas
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Calculation of Entropy Change in Some Basic Processes
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Muddiest Points on Chapter 5
6
. Applications of the Second Law
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Limitations on the Work that Can be Supplied by a Heat Engine
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The Thermodynamic Temperature Scale
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3
Representation of Thermodynamic Processes in
coordinates
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Brayton Cycle in

Coordinates
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Net work per unit mass flow in a Brayton cycle
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5
Irreversibility, Entropy Changes, and ``Lost Work''
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Entropy and Unavailable Energy
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Examples of Lost Work in Engineering Processes
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Some Overall Comments on Entropy
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Entropy
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Reversible and Irreversible Processes
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Examples of Reversible and Irreversible Processes
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Effect of Departures from Ideal Behavior
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Parameters reflecting design choices
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Parameters reflecting the ability to design and execute efficient components
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Muddiest Points on Chapter 6
7
. Entropy on the Microscopic Scale
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Entropy Change in Mixing of Two Ideal Gases
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Microscopic and Macroscopic Descriptions of a System
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3
A Statistical Definition of Entropy
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The Statistical Definition of Entropy and Randomness
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Numerical Example: the Equilibrium Distribution
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Summary and Conclusions
8
. Power Cycles with TwoPhase Media
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Behavior of TwoPhase Systems
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Work and Heat Transfer with TwoPhase Media
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3
The Carnot Cycle as a TwoPhase Power Cycle
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Example: Carnot steam cycle
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4
The ClausiusClapeyron Equation
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5
Rankine Power Cycles
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6
Enhancements of Rankine Cycles
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Combined Cycles for Power Production
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Some Overall Comments on Thermodynamic Cycles
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Muddiest Points on Chapter 8
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