Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
Enroll
53
Download
Chapter 1 - Basic Thermodynamics
1,159 plays

More
Chapter 1 - Introduction to thermodynamics.

Dheeraj Kumar
This is Dheeraj Kumar B-Tech in Mechanical GATE qualified. Preparing for Civil Services. An Educator. Establishing a Company Stud. for life

U
Unacademy user
sir please make a video on PCA in your last video you told about 3 points on which basis RBI impose PCA but you only discussed about NPA please cover rest 2 Basel norms risk weighted ratio etc please sir have interview on 20th December
Kapil Kathpal
2 years ago
sure :) very soon :)
Pawan kumar
2 years ago
thanks sir provide ASP ????????
Pawan kumar
2 years ago
sir waiting ????
Kapil Kathpal
2 years ago
today or tmrw definately
Pawan kumar
2 years ago
okk sir
Pawan kumar
2 years ago
okk sir
Kapil Kathpal
2 years ago
Basel Norms lecture is uploaded and PCA lecture will b uploaded tmrw :)
Abhishek Patnaik
2 years ago
link please
sir uksssc radio adhikari ke liye bji video Or modal papar bnaye in hindi plzz...
  1. LESSON 1- Basic Thermodynamics Presented By- Dheeraj Kumar Follow me on unacademy.com/user/dheeraj.k1994


  2. INTRODUCTION TO THERMODYNAMICS Meaning of thermodynamics Microscopic and Macroscopic approach Systems and Control volume Thermodynamics Properties, Process and cycles . Quasi-Static Process Thermodynamic Equilibrium


  3. Meaning of Thermodynamics Thermodynamics derived from two words 'Thermo' meaning 'Heat' and 'Dynamics' meaning 'Motion'. Thus it is a science of energy transfer in form of heat and its effect on the physical properties of the substances. The applications of thermodynamics laws found use in all fields of energy technology like steam and nuclear power plant, IC Engines, gas turbines etc.


  4. Microscopic and Macroscopic approach Macroscopic approach Microscopic approach Certain quantity of matter is considered without taking it at molecular level. Matter is considered at molecular level and all events taking place happens in molecular level. Events occurs due to actions of many molecules and can be perceived by human senses. Events occurs due action of single molecules or atom and cannot be perceived by human senses. These includes pressure, momentum etc. These includes position, velocity, energy etc.


  5. Systems and Control Volume * Systems:- Any quantity of matter or region in space on which attention is concentrated called as systems. The region other than the systems from observation is being taken place is called as surroundings. Systems and surroundings are separated from each other by a thin layer called as boundary Systems and surroundings together forms the universe.


  6. Universe = System + Surroundings System (flask, contents) OR Surroundings OR Surroundings (flask and subtances in contact with outside System (contents) of flask) Systems and Surrounding


  7. Types of Systems Open,Closed,Isolated System:s Matter (water vapor) Heat Heat -Heat Open Heat system Closed system Isolated system


  8. icontrol i volume Controi voiume In open systems such as in air compressors, attention is focussed on a certain volume. This volume is called as control volume, bounded by a surface called as control surface


  9. Thermodynamics Propertie:s Extensive Properties Intensive properties Depends on mass. Examples are volume, energy, heat capacity etc. Macroscopic in nature. Independent of mass. Examples are pressure, temperature, density etc. Macroscopic in nature.


  10. Physical condition of a system define by the certain characteristics, these characteristics are called as properties. When all the properties of a systems have definite value, then Operation or changes in any properties of the systems leads . The succession of states passed through during a change of . When path is completely defined, it is called as process. this is called as state of the system. to change of state. state called as path. When the initial and final position of a state of the system is same then it is called as cycle.