Author : John R. Reisel
576 Pages Paperback
Written in an informal, first-person writing style that makes abstract concepts easier to understand, PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS transforms the way students learn thermodynamics. While continuing to provide strong coverage of fundamental principles and applications, the book asks stude... more
Well-placed and practical examples in every chapter help students understand the use of thermodynamics in solving engineering problems.
The author uses a methodical approach (clear explanations, real world examples, and a wealth of exercises) to help students learn a process for solving problems.