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Chapter-1 Click to Display Chapter-1 in Bottom Frame Basics: Problems involving basic concepts such as unit conversion, pressure measurements, temperature measurements, free body diagram etc. are covered in this chapter. 
Chapter-2 Click to Display Chapter-2 in Bottom Frame States: Problems involving state evaluation of a pure substance. A typical problem may involve finding the phase or properties of a pure substance when some other properties are given. 
Chapter-3 Click to Display Chapter-3 in Bottom Frame First Law for Closed Systems: Problems involving  a closed system undergoing a process. Given information about the initial state, final state and system/surrounding interaction (such as heat or work transfer), to find the missing quantity with the help of first law analysis. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-3 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-4 Click to Display Chapter-4 in Bottom Frame First Law for Open Systems: Problems involving an open system operating at a steady state. Given information about the inlet state, exit state and system/surrounding interaction (such as heat or work transfer), to find the missing quantity with the help of first law analysis. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-4 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-5 Click to Display Chapter-5 in Bottom Frame Heat Engines, Refrigerators and Heat Pumps Problems involving closed steady-systems, mostly heat engines, refrigerators or heat pumps. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-5 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-6 Click to Display Chapter-6 in Bottom Frame Entropy and the 2nd Law: A typical problem may involve entropy calculations such as in entropy change, entropy generation in a process or a device or an isentropic process. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-6 or 7 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-7 Click to Display Chapter-7 in Bottom Frame Exergy/Availability: A typical problem may involve determination of availability, useful work or second-law efficiency. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-7 or 8 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-8 Click to Display Chapter-8 in Bottom Frame Gas-Power Cycles: Problems involving various air-standard cycles such as Otto, Diesel, Starling, Ericson and Brayton cycle. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-8 or 9 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-9 Click to Display Chapter-9 in Bottom Frame Vapor-Power Cycles: Problems involving Rankine cycle. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-8 or 9 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-10 Click to Display Chapter-10 in Bottom Frame Vapor-Refrigeration Cycles: Problems involving vapor-compression refrigeration cycle. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-9 or 10 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-11 Click to Display Chapter-11 in Bottom Frame Generalized Charts: Closed- or Open-system problems exploiting property evaluation using the generalized charts. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-10 or 11 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-12 Click to Display Chapter-12 in Bottom Frame Gas Mixtures: State, First Law, and Second Law analysis for mixture of ideal and real gases. A typical problem may involve determination of the final state and generation of entropy in a steady-state or a process-oriented mixing of two ideal or real gases. Devices with flow of such mixtures are also covered. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-11 or 12 of most standard textbooks.
Chapter-13 Click to Display Chapter-13 in Bottom Frame Psychrometry & Air Conditioning: State, Mass and First Law analysis involving conditioning of air. A typical problem may involve the change of state of moist air after cooling, heating, humidification or dehumidification in a steady-state or process-oriented system. Mixing of two streams of air and cooling towers are also covered here. Similar problems can be found in Chapter-11, 12 or 13 in most standard textbooks.
Chapter-14 Click to Display Chapter-14 in Bottom Frame Combustion: Chemical reactions between fuel and oxidizer. Application of conservation of mass and energy to a combusting system, open or closed. Concepts of adiabatic flame temperature, air fuel ratio, and entropy generation in a reaction. 
Chapter-15 Click to Display Chapter-15 in Bottom Frame Gas Dynamics: Thermodynamics of high speed fluid flow is handled here. The gas is assumed to be a perfect gas (constant specific heats). Problems involving isentropic flows through converging/diverging nozzles and normal shock waves can be found here. 
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