MEMS 301 Thermodynamics

College Preparation Program: “Beat the Heat” – Wettability and Two-Phase Heat Transfer with Dr. Damena Agonafer on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at Washington University in St. Loui School of Engineering and Applied Science. (Photo © Whitney Curtis)

This course of classical thermodynamics is oriented towards mechanical engineering applications. It includes properties and states of a substance, processes, cycles, work, heat, and energy. Steady-state and transient analyses utilize the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics for closed systems and control volumes, as well as the concept of exergy. Prerequisites: Chem 111A, Math 132, Phys 197 or 117A. See more information under Course Listings on WebSTAC.