What is motion and what is energy? These fundamental questions are difficult to answer. The first attempt to give some explanations was made through classical mechanics. Here you will find a collection of articles with everything you need to know about the physical laws of motion and energy.
The laws and principles of thermodynamics govern the field of Mechanical Engineering. Whenever an engineer wants to design a motor or system they must take into account laws of energy, motion and friction that will effect how the machine works. Learn more about this field, including the basic laws and rules, and how to apply these rules to the development of machines and technologies.
One of the most fundamental science fields that has contributed to the evolution of engines since the early 19th century, thermodynamics has seriously affected our lives. In this guide we’ll start with the basics and move on to the more complicated principles and applications.
The correct understanding of the thermodynamic properties of the nitrogen is essential for its safe use and the development of applications. This article presents some basic concepts on thermodynamics and applies them to the calculations of the properties of this gas.
Thermodynamics is considered to be one of the most important parts of our daily life. Whether you are travelling in any vehicle, sitting comfortably in your air-conditioned room, watching television etc, you will notice the applications of thermodynamics almost everywhere directly or indirectly.
The two systems are said to be in thermodynamic equilibrium with each other when they are in mechanical, chemical and thermal equilibrium with each other. Here are various types of equilibrium and the conditions for thermodynamic equilibrium of the system.
The entropy of the system never reduces. In the ideal process it can remain remain constant, but in actual process the entropy of system and universe always increases. Let us why the entropy of the universe always increases and its relation to second law of thermodynamics.