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This section provides free energy conversion technical background e-material.

The following energy conversion technical background e-material areas are available:

Physical Properties 

(Carbon, Hydrogen, Sulfur, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water, Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, Sulfur Dioxide and Air) 

Power Cycles

Carnot, Brayton -- Power, Brayton -- Propulsion, Otto and Diesel

Power Cycle Components/Processes
Compression, Combustion and Expansion 

Compressible Flow
Nozzle, Diffuser and Thrust

Equations

(Assumptions, Continuity Equation, Momentum Equation, Energy Equation, etc.)

Energy Conversion Equations

First and Second Thermodynamics Laws -- Version A
First and Second Thermodynamics Laws -- Version B
Compressible Flow Equations
Power Cycles Efficiency Derivation

Power Cycles Analysis Plots

Also, this section provides free slide show e-material.

 
The following slide show e-material areas are available: 
Energy Conversion
Engineering Software Product Line
Engineering Plots
Carnot Cycle Analysis
Brayton Cycle (Gas Turbine) Analysis
Otto Cycle Analysis
Diesel Cycle Analysis
Compression
Combustion (Carbon, Hydrogen and Sulfur)
Combustion Analysis (Coal and Oil)
Combustion Analysis (Gas - Methane)
Combustion Analysis (Coal, Oil and Gas)
Expansion
Nozzle
Diffuser 
Thrust
Energy Conversion Costs
Basic Engineering Equations

 

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