Chemical Reactions And Combustion Process 1 | Thermodynamics Ii
Chemical Reactions And Combustion Process 1
Instructor: Dr. Ihab H. Alsurakji
Instruction Year: 2019 (Second Semester)
In this chapter the combustion process is considered in detail. There are two reasons for this emphasis. First, the combustion process is important in many problems and devices with which the engineer is concerned. Second, the combustion process provides an excellent means of teaching the basic principles of the thermodynamics of chemical reactions. Many thermodynamic problems involve chemical reactions. Among the most familiar of these is the combustion of hydrocarbon fuels, for this process is utilized in most of our power-generating devices
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