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##### Thermodynamics Tools

Here is a computational tool on 'Interrelation between P-V and T-S curves' that helps in visualization of graphs by changing different parameters.

Here is a computational tool on 'Carnot Cycle' that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class.

Here is a computerized version of 'Otto Cycle', based on MS-Excel that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computerized version of 'Diesel Cycle', based on MS-Excel that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computerized version of 'Psychrometric Chart', based on MS-Excel that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class.

Here is a computerized version of 'Steam Tables', based on MS-Excel that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The steam/ liquid/ saturation properties can be determined under four modalities, with a visualization of P-v curve as well. Original NIST data is also available for preview. No add-ins required.

Here is a computerized version of ideal 'Brayton Cycle', based on MS-Excel that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computational tool on 'Brayton Cycle with Intercooler' that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computational tool on 'Brayton Cycle with Reheat' that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computational tool on 'Brayton Cycle with Reheat and Intercooler' that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computational tool on 'Regenerative Brayton Cycle' that can prove to be very handy for quick calculations in Engineering Thermodynamics/ Applied Thermodynamics class. The students can vary a whole range of parameters and visualize its influence on P-v and T-s curves, as well as properties at different state points/ Work or heat input/output in different processes. The tool provides for a verification of First Law for a closed system as well.

Here is a computational tool on 'Turbo Jet Engine' that provides an insight of how the engine works.

Here is a computational tool on 'Impulse Steam Turbine' that gives out the inlet and exit velocity triangles.