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Engineering Thermodynamics

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Overview: Engineering Thermodynamics

Engineering Thermodynamics is written by P.K. Nag, former professor of the mechanical engineering department at IIT Kharagpur. The book discusses the basic and important details of engineering-level thermodynamics. Apart from this book, Nag has also authored various other books like Heat and Mass Transfer and Power Plant Engineering. He has also co-authored books like Coupled Power-Refrigeration Cycle: An Innovative Approach.

The book is intended to be a study guide and it lucidly dissects the basic as well as advanced level topics of thermodynamics and makes it easier for students to understand the subject, which according to many is difficult and confusing because of the various topics it involves and their overall complexity. In this way, Engineering Thermodynamics by P. K. Nag addresses many problems and dispels confusions that a student of engineering may encounter while studying this interesting, yet occasionally puzzling subject. The book includes a summary at the end of every chapter, so that students can easily recall the essential points discussed in that chapter.

The book also includes model questions that help students overcome exam-phobia and help them assess how much they have understood individual chapters of the book. The mock exam papers give students an idea about the kind of questions they might come across while taking an exam on thermodynamics. Students can write answers to those questions and consult the book to verify whether the answers are correct. This may help in boosting their confidence to a great extent before exam days.

This book by P.K. Nag incorporates a chapter on energy, written in an easy to understand language and tone, so that students can get to the heart of the subject without spending too much time trying to interpret jargon, while learning about energy and its many manifestations. This 944 page paperback has been published by Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited. The book has an ISBN 10 number of 1259062562 and an ISBN 13 number of 9781259062568.

Product Details
Language English
Publication Date April 1, 2013
Publisher McGraw Hill Education
Contributor(s) P.K. Nag
Binding Paperback
Edition Fifth
Page Count 944
ISBN 10 1259062562
ISBN 13 9781259062568
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 900 grams
Product Dimensions 38.9 cm x 8.4 cm x 57.4 cm
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  1.  Basic And to the point book for Thermodynamics !!! 20 March, 2014 On
    I am graduate from a premiere IIT and this is the book recommended by pur professor for thermodynamics. I referred it for all my preparation of placements and even gate.
    The positive points are:
    1. It is concise and specially made for engineering syllabus.
    2. The topics are well structured and sequential. ( I still remember steam properties are given very clearly)
    3.It has few examples which explain all the concepts taught.
    4. The price is low as compared to other thermodynamics books.
    5. It is basic and still used by most of engineers.
    6. All the concepts are cleared effectively with notes between chapters.

    However the negative points can be
    1. The language of book is little tricky , you have read lines again again , probably to make book concise.
    2. Few examples are there.
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