# INSTRUCTION DIVISION

SECOND SEMESTER 2016-2017
Course Handout Part II
Date: 12-01-2017
In addition to part-I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further
specific details regarding the course.
Course No. : BITS F111
Course Title : THERMODYNAMICS
Instructor-in-Charge: Dr. Vikranth Kumar Surasani (T)
Instructors : Dr. N Jalaiah (L) Prof. Jeevan Jaidi (T) Dr. Karthik Chetan(T)
Dr. Asma Ahmed (T) Mr. Ramsankar.(T)
Scope and Objective of the Course:
Thermodynamics deals with energy, matter, and the laws governing their interactions. It is essential to learn its usefulness in the
design of processes, devices, and systems involving effective utilization of energy and matter. The course emphasizes on the
fundamentals and concepts of the laws of thermodynamics as applied to control mass and control volume systems.
Irreversibility and availability are powerful tools in the design of thermodynamic systems. Course description includes concepts
and laws of thermodynamics, macroscopic thermodynamic properties, application to closed and open systems, microscopic
approach to entropy, equations of state, and thermodynamics of non-reacting mixtures.
Textbooks:
1. Claus Borgnakke, & Richard E. Sonntag, “Fundamentals of Thermodynamics”, John Wiley & Sons, 2009, 7 th
Edition.
Reference books
1. Mathur T.N.S., “Entropy & 2nd Law of Thermodynamics”, Notes-EDD, 2006.
2. Adopted from book by Van Wylen & others “Thermodynamics Tables, Figures and Charts”, Notes-EDD, 2007.
Course Plan:
Chapter in
Lecture
Learning objectives Topics to be covered the Text
No.
Book
1-3 To familiarize some concepts & Introduction, thermodynamic systems, properties & 1, 2
definitions state, process & cycle, force, energy, pressure,
specific volume, zeroth law.
4-5 To understand the properties of pure Phase equilibrium, independent properties, and 3.1 – 3.3,
substances equations of state, compressibility factor. 3.6, 3.7
6-7 To understand the use of Tables of thermodynamic properties & their use. 3.4
Thermodynamic Tables to get the
properties of pure substances
8-10 To understand the concepts behind Definition of work and its identification, work done 4.1 – 4.5
thermodynamic work at the moving boundary.
11-13 To understand the difference between Concept of heat, comparison of heat and work. 4.6 – 4.8
the thermodynamic work and heat
14-16 To understand the concepts behind the First law for a cycle as well as for a change of state; 5.1 – 5.3, 5.5
First law applied to control mass and internal energy & enthalpy; specific heats, internal – 5.7
formulation of equation of first law for energy, enthalpy & specific heat of ideal gases.

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Concept of entropy. volume to engineering problems To understand the physical Available energy.S. control mass Chapter in Lecture Learning objectives Topics to be covered the Text No.S. process.5 volume and formulation of equation processes.4 second law for control volume increase of entropy To understand the process of Understanding efficiency and related problems.S. & transient To understand the formulation of 31-34 processes.1 – 6.1 non-reacting mixtures Evaluation Scheme: Nature of Component Duration Weightage (%) Date & Time Component Test-1 60 min 20 25/2. 7. 6.00 . To understand the need for Second reversible process. reversible S.8 solution technique.9 basic concepts Kelvin-Planck & Clausius statements. S. Book To understand the process of First law as a rate equation. examples. 6. entropy change of a principles behind entropy and 27-30 reversible & irreversible processes.5. refrigerator. To understand the 39 thermodynamic considerations of General considerations and mixtures of ideal gases 13. problem analysis & 17-18 application of first law equation to 5. thermodynamic property relation.12 formulation of second law for increase of entropy.F. 7. reversible work & irreversibility for 37-38 principles behind Irreversibility and control mass and control volume processes. Second law for control volume.11.5 problem analysis & solution technique.1 – 9.1 – 8. the thermodynamic temperature scale.1 – 10. The ideal gas Carnot cycle. 10. To understand the physical entropy of a pure substance.00 AM OB Tutorial Test 20 min 20 CB Comprehensive Exam 3 hours 40 12/05 FN CB Page 2/3 . of first law for control volume To understand the process of application of first law equation for 22 Problem analysis & solution technique. the need and definition of entropy.7 – 7.S. heat engine. process.11. S. 35-36 application of second law for control 9. examples of S. transient processes. first law for the first law applied to control 19-21 control volume.5 control volume to engineering problems Limitations of first law & need for the second law. heat pump.1 – 6. examples. second law 10.00 .1 – 7.3 availability efficiency. control mass problem analysis & solution technique. principle of 8. energy-conversion efficiency and COP.00 AM CB Test-2 60 min 20 3/4. 23-26 Law of Thermodynamics and its Carnot cycle.4 & 5.S. principle of 9. engineering problems To understand the concepts behind Conservation of mass in control volume. 10.

duly forwarded by the respective tutorial section instructors. EDD Notes on “Thermodynamics Tables. NOTE: 1. No make-up will be given to Tutorial Tests. INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE Page 3/3 . Notices: All notices concerning this course will be displayed only on CMS & LTC notice board. Chamber Consultation Hour: To be announced by the respective instructors. However. should reach the Instructor–in–charge well before the tests. For cases related to illness. it should not be defaced by writing formula. Make-up Policy: Make-up for the tests shall be granted only for genuine cases. 2. proper documentary evidence is essential. etc. Duration of the Tutorial Tests will be announced only in the Tutorial class. Requests for the make-up tests. Figures and Charts” will be allowed in the closed book tests also. equations.