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Students wanting to master thermodynamics in an engineering setting should look no further than this international bestselling textbook. It introduces engineering students not just too thermodynamic theory but to a physical appreciation of the fundamental thermodynamic concepts. The content is fresh and direct and students will read the entire book with a continued enthusiasm because of the engaging style. It contains hundreds of problems for students to try and solve these are derived from industrial examples. We have an online wide selection of cheap engineering textbooks that can either be bought new or rented by semester.
Borgnakke is the author of 'Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics', published 2010 under ISBN 9780470495902 and ISBN 0470495901.
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