Thermodynamics
TeachersTANAMOTO TetsufumiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 3 1st semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategorySpecial Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective 2credit
 Syllabus Number3F335

Course Description

Thermodynamics has evolved with the development of industrialization since the Industrial Revolution and has been used for the understanding of steam engines. In the class, students will understand the fundamentals of thermodynamics such as thermodynamics 1st law and 2nd law.
This course is related to DP3 and DP4E .

Course Objectives

Students can understand the thermodynamics first law and second law which are the basis of thermodynamics. Students can also understand the flow of energy.

Grading Policy

Evaluation will be based on small tests and reports (50%) and results of final exams (50%).

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
Textbook単位が取れる熱力学

Junichiro HashimotoKodansha
Referencesスバラシク実力がつくと評判の熱力学キャンパス・ゼミKeiyuki Baba Masema

Requirements(Assignments)

Please always prepare and review for the class by using textbook (about 1.5 hour each).
The contents of the class are in accordance with the chapters and contents of the textbook.

Note

Knowledge of differentiation and integration calculus is necessary for learning thermodynamics, so please attend classes of relevant math classes as much as possible.

Schedule

1How to learn thermodynamics
2State equation (1)
3State equation (2)
4Internal energy and thermodynamics first law (1)
5Internal energy and thermodynamics first law (2)
6Specific heat (heat capacity) (1)
7Specific heat (heat capacity) (2)
8Second law of thermodynamics (1)
9Second law of thermodynamics (2)
10Introduction of entropy
11Entropy calculation (1)
12Entropy calculation (2)
13Entropy calculation (3)
14Thermodynamic functions
15Summary and test