978-81-8487-457-0 Publication Year: 2016
Pages: 362 Binding: Paper Back
About the book
THERMAL PHYSICS: Kinetic Theory and Thermodynamics is designed for undergraduate course in Thermal Physics and Thermodynamics. The book provides thorough understanding of the fundamental principles of the concepts in Thermal Physics. The book begins with kinetic theory, then moves onto liquefaction, transport phenomena, the zeroth, first, second and third laws, thermodynamics relations and thermal conduction. The book concludes with radiation phenomenon.
• Includes exercises
• Short Answer Type Questions
• Long Answer Type Questions
• Numerical Problems
• Multiple Choice Questions
Preface / Kinetic Theory of Gases: Ideal Gas / Real Gases / The Laws of Thermodynamics – I / Laws of Thermodynamics – II / Thermodynamic Relations and their Applications / Liquefaction of Gases / Mean Free Path and Transport Phenomena / Conduction of Heat / Radiation / Bibliography / Index.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students and Researchers