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Old 02-02-2018, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any thermodynamic experts

I am having a heck of a time with this class. I have an exam today and NO IDEA how to do ANY of it.... it really sucks haha.

I am stuck on learning these stupid tables to look up crap haha

Anyone know how to use the tables

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You are reading tables, it really isn't that tough. Watch this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FapSjWERCY4



If that doesn't work, go buy those Schuams Outlines. They were always helpful for thermo and fluids.
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Awesome. Thanks. I will watch this video.

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Did that help?
Dang, sorry for not replying. Yes it did. Thanks

Now I'm working on fixing states and interpolating tables haha

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Old 02-05-2018, 04:18 PM   #6 (permalink)
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This takes me back to my undergrad right here lol. Loads of fun, just wait until you start having to write code to do this for you.
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This takes me back to my undergrad right here lol. Loads of fun, just wait until you start having to write code to do this for you.
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It does help, even if you don't end up using it. Having a program without the tables built-in doesn't save you much on key strokes, but it keeps things organized, especially when you get on the down side of a curve where one known property is increasing and the calculated property is decreasing (or vice versa).

I haven't looked lately but programs with tables used to cost a good bit. I suspect that they still do if they are still teaching with tables.
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I mean yeah the programming was useful but it also cemented the principles needed. But it also was just a PITA to write.
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Programing and coding? Ah heck no. I hate coding haha.

What class would i have to code for? Haha

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I had to learn to code for thermodynamics, it was also useful for fluidic mechanics modeling.
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