- Week#1 Fluids, Mechanical Work, Mathematics for Thermodynamics
- Week#2,3,4,5 Ideal gas and van der Waals equation of state. First Law
- Week#6 Second Law, Heat Engines, Carnot, Stirling cycles
- Week#7,8 Joule and Joule-ThomsonExperiments
- Week#9 Black Body Radiation
- Week#10,11 Thermodynamic Potentials: Helmholtz, Gibbs, enthalpy; Stability, Maxwell Relations
- Week#12 Third (Nernst)Law
- Week#13,14 Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena, Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
- Week#15 Summary of Thermodynamics Principles

- Last day to withdraw: F November 2
- No classes: M September 3, M October 8

- Exam #1,M October 22
- Final Exam M, December 10

- Exam #1 30%
- Exam #2 40%
- Homework, Quizzes 10%
- Computer Project 20%

- W, September 5:

Computer lab #0- MathCad tutorial and Example of maximum change in entropy - W, September 19:

Computer lab #1- Estimate the mass of the atmosphere - W, October 3:

Computer lab #2- Stirling cycle heat engine - W, October 17:

Computer lab #3- Stability of Dry Air and Brunt-Vaisala Oscillations - W October31

Computer lab #4- Ruchardt method for Cp/Cv - W, November 14:

Experiment Ruchardt method for Cp/Cv - W, November 28:

Computer lab #5- Van Der Waals Equation of State