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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4.6 stars
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 86 ratings

Excellent course, the topics are very nice selected, and the teacher (Prof. Wooldrige) is amazing; excellent teaching abilities. The grade exercises are nice, although some of them are not well solved. If they can put the solution after each test could be excellent. Nevertheless, I think this a must take course for getting the principal thermodynamics concepts or getting a review of them.

It's a good course and learnt many things and the expert Dr. Wooldridge has awesome skill in teaching, an expert touch. Good course good teaching. But I thought available and unavailable energy modules will also be there, that was missing. Except that, it's wonderful.

I really liked the course. The explanations have been very clear. I think that, apart from the problems solved by the professor, they should provide a collection of problems solved step by step to practice and better assimilate the concepts.

Course is great and very useful for thorough understanding of Thermodynamics. But Exergy and Second law efficiency was not discussed. It should also be included