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Thermodynamics deals with the relationship of heat and temperature to other forms of energy and work. To understand the treatment of the laws of thermodynamics and their applications to equilibrium and the properties of materials, this [course_title] will be like a bible to you. From this [course_title]’s visual explanation will help you to solve problems related to materials science and engineering, multiphase equilibria, graphical constructions etc.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Introduction and Course Description 00:10:00
Course Survey 00:20:00
Thermodynamic Variables 00:10:00
State Variables and Functions 00:10:00
Thermodynamic Systems and Processes 00:10:00
Energy and Work 00:10:00
Properties of Materials 00:10:00
Stored Energy in Solids, First Law for Fluids 00:05:00
Quasi-static Processes 00:10:00
Heat Capacities and Gaseous Behavior 00:05:00
Internal Energy and Enthalpy for Fluids 00:10:00
Thermodynamic Functions for General Systems 00:05:00
The Second Law 00:10:00
Heat Stored during Phase Changes 00:10:00
Gibbs Free Energy 00:10:00
Entropy Content in Materials 00:10:00
Conditions of Equilibrium 00:10:00
Describing the State of an Alloy 00:10:00
Generalized Conditions for Equilibrium 00:10:00
The Chemical Potential 00:15:00
Mathematics of Thermodynamics 00:10:00
Mathematical Relations and Changing Variables 00:10:00
Mathematics and Stability 00:10:00
Implications of Equilibrium and Gibbs-Duhem 00:10:00
Symmetry and Equilibrium 00:10:00
The Gibbs Phase Rule and its Application 00:10:00
Gibbs Free Energy and Phase Diagrams 00:05:00
Uniformity of Chemical Potential at Equilibrium 00:10:00
Important Geometrical Constructions 00:10:00
Phase Diagrams 00:15:00
Solution Thermodynamics 00:10:00
Unstable Solutions 00:15:00
Extra Phase Diagrams 00:05:00
Equilibrium Conditions for Solid Solutions 00:10:00
Equilibrium Conditions for Charged Species 00:05:00
Introduction to Surface Thermodynamics 00:10:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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