Description

This book provides a sound foundation for understanding abstract concepts of phase and reaction equilibria (e.g. partial molar Gibbs energy, fugacity, and activity), and shows how to apply these concepts to solve practical problems using numerous clear examples. It also presents numerical methods necessary for solving real-world problems as well the basic mathematics needed, facilitating its use as a self-study reference work. In the example problems requiring MATHCAD® for the solution, the results of the intermediate steps are given, enabling the reader to easily track mistakes and understand the order of magnitude of the various quantities involved.

Key Features

      • Clear layout, coherent and logical organization of the content, and presentation suitable for self-study
      • Provides analytical equations in dimensionless form for the calculation of changes in internal energy, enthalpy, and entropy as well as departure functions and fugacity coefficients
      • Includes up-to-date information, comprehensive in-depth content and current examples in each chapter
      • Includes many well organized problems (with answers), which are extensions of the examples enabling conceptual understanding for quantitative/real problem solving
      • Includes the mathematical background required for solving problems encountered in phase and reaction equilibria
      • Provides an instructor’s solutions manual

      Readership

      Graduate and undergraduate students in chemical, environmental, petroleum, and metallurgical engineering departments; graduate and undergraduate students in the departments of chemistry, biotechnology, food science and technology, and materials science as well as professional engineers in the above areas.   

      Table of Contents

      Dedication

      Preface

      Notation

      Chapter 1. Review of the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics

      1.1 Definitions

      1.2 Concepts of the “Abstract World” of Thermodynamics

      1.3 Work

      1.4 Paths Followed During a Process

      1.5 The First Law of Thermodynamics

      1.6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics

      References

      Chapter 2. Thermodynamic Properties of Real Substances

      2.1 Work Functions

      2.2 Thermodynamic Properties of a Single-Phase System

      Problems

      References

      Chapter 3. Calculation of Changes in Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and Entropy

      3.1 Equations of State

      3.2 Calculation of the Change in Internal Energy

      3.3 Calculation of the Change in Enthalpy

      3.4 Calculation of the Change in Entropy

      3.5 The Principle of Corresponding States

      3.6 Departure Functions

      3.7 Which Equation of State to Use?

      Problems

      References

      Chapter 4. Equilibrium and Phase Stability in One-Component Systems

      4.1 Equilibrium Criteria for Closed Systems

      4.2 Equilibrium Criteria for Open Systems

      4.3 Phase Stability

      Problems

      References

      Chapter 5. Fugacity of a Pure Component

      5.1 Molar Gibbs Energy of a Pure Ideal Gas

      5.2 Definition of Fugacity and Fugacity Coefficient

      5.3 Fugacity of a Pure Gas

      5.4 Fugacity of a Pure Liquid

      5.5 Fugacity of a Pure Solid

      5.6 Phase Transitions and Equilibrium Criteria

      5.7 Analysis of Phase Diagrams Using Stability Criteria

      5.8 Variation of Fugacity with Pressure and Temperature

      Problems

      References

      Chapter 6. Thermodynamics of Mixtures

      6.1 Equations of State for Mixtures

      6.2 Partial Molar Property

      6.3 Property Changes on Mixing

      6.4 The Gibbs-Duhem Equation

      Problems

      References

      Chapter 7. Fug

      Details

      No. of pages:
      744
      Language:
      English
      Copyright:
      © 2013
      Published:
      Imprint:
      Elsevier
      Print ISBN:
      9780444594976
      Electronic ISBN:
      9780444595027

      About the author

      Ismail Tosun

      The author has been teaching undergraduate and graduate level thermodynamics courses for over 30 years. Since 1989 he has been a professor at the Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey. He has also taught at the Turkish Military Academy and the University of Akron, Ohio. Professor Tosun received his BS and MS degrees from METU, and a PhD degree from the University of Akron, all in chemical engineering. He is the author of the book Modeling in Transport Phenomena, 2nd Ed., published by Elsevier. His research interests include mathematical modeling and transport phenomena. He is the author or co-author of over sixty publications.

      Affiliations and Expertise

      Middle East Technical University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ankara, Turkey

      Reviews

      "This detailed thermodynamics text from Tosun is designed for a graduate or upper-level undergraduate course…Differential calculus is utilized throughout, and each chapter opens with a summary of mathematical techniques needed to learn the upcoming material."--Reference & Research Book News, October 2013