Created by:   University of Michigan

  • Margaret Wooldridge

    Taught by:    Margaret Wooldridge, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor

    Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering

LevelBeginner
Commitment12 hours of videos and quizzes
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 111 ratings

I wanted to learn cycle part in Thermodynamics. The professor gave me a new insight in terms of renewable energy, consumption of energy, etc.

Thanks. I appreciate your class.

Excellent overview of the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics. I gained insight into how power is generated across the world and became more fluent in working with concepts such as work, enthalpy, entropy, total internal energy, specific heat, and others.

A useful course for anyone in chemical engineering. I enjoyed the material. Its well structured. Would be nice if Professor Wooldridge gave more example problems.

Easy to understand and a must required basic course for Thermal Engineering. Pretty much focussed on Steam cycles only (but good for me). I would also say that it is not the course material but presentation of it, that makes a course interesting and I really liked that here. Thanks to all the good people involved in the making of it and above all to Prof. Margaret. Thank you!