THERMODYNAMICS

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The book covers more material than required for a two-semester course sequence,
which provides flexibility for specific choices of topic coverage. Instructors may want to
visit the publisher’s website at www.wiley.com/college/borgnakke for information and suggestions on possible course structure and schedules, and the additional material mentioned
as Web material that will be updated to include current errata for the book.

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The book attempts to cover fairly comprehensively the basic subject matter of classical thermodynamics, and I believe that it provides adequate preparation for study of the application
of thermodynamics to the various professional fields as well as for study of more advanced
topics in thermodynamics, such as those related to materials, surface phenomena, plasmas,
and cryogenics. I also recognize that a number of colleges offer a single introductory course
in thermodynamics for all departments, and I have tried to cover those topics that the various departments might wish to have included in such a course. However, since specific
courses vary considerably in prerequisites, specific objectives, duration, and background
of the students, the material is arranged in sections, particularly in the later chapters, so
considerable flexibility exist in the amount of material that may be covered.
The book covers more material than required for a two-semester course sequence,
which provides flexibility for specific choices of topic coverage. Instructors may want to
visit the publisher’s website at www.wiley.com/college/borgnakke for information and suggestions on possible course structure and schedules, and the additional material mentioned
as Web material that will be updated to include current errata for the book.

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