Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that deals with large scale reactions of a system that can be observed and measures and the relationship between properties such as energy, heat, pressure, temperaturework, etc. on a system.

There are three thermodynamic systems, open, closed and isolated:

  • Open system freely exchanges energy and matter with its surroundings. 
  • Closed system exchanges only energy with its surroundings, not matter.
  • Isolated system keeps the energy and matter within the system and everything else out. No transfer in or out.

Thermodynamics Subtopics

  • Heat Engine
  • Kinetic Theory

Thermodynamics Concepts

  • Boltzman's Constant
  • Conjugate Variables
  • Enthalpy
  • Entropy
  • Equation of State
  • Equipartition Theorem
  • Granular Material
  • Irreversible Process
  • Ising Model
  • Maxwell Relations
  • Mechanical Action
  • Partition Function
  • Pressure
  • Reversible Process
  • Spontaneous Process
  • State Function
  • Statistical Ensermble
  • Temperature
  • Thermodynamic Potential
  • Thermodynamic Processes

Nomenclature & Symbols for Engineering, Mathematics, & Science

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Title
Specific Heat Capacity
Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure
Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume
Specific Heat Ratio
Specific Volume
Static Efficiency
Static Pressure
Steam
Steam Density
Steam Saturation Properties - Pressure Table
Steam Saturation Properties - Temperature Table
Stefan Boltzman Law
Superheat Correction Factor
Superheated Steam
Superheated Vapor
Temperature
Temperature Differential
Thermal
Thermal Conductivity Constant
Thermal Diffusivity
Thermal Energy
Thermal Expansion
Thermal Expansion Coefficient
Thermal Expansion of Gases
Thermal Expansion of Liquids