Great course. But I was also hoping to get an in-depth analytical understanding of the second law of thermodynamics and the zeroth law as well. But I really enjoyed it and definitely learned a lot.
Courses from the University of Michigan are always awesome. Hats off to Margaret Wooldridge, mam. Thank you so much, Coursera and the University of Michigan for making this outstanding experience.
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By Cody L•
I'd appreciate it if we were given some homework problems based on the lectures in order to gain a better understanding of the course materials. Plus the two textbooks provide explain very little about the video lectures
By Hithin H•
It was a good course.Did felt the content was a bit heavy.
By Shiraj S•
Its an excellent course for new learner of themodynamics
By Mohamed E•
this course is quite good
By Dr. V T•
It was good course
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By Matthew M•
I feel the questions given in the assignments are not adequately covered in the lecture/given material. I find myself doing a lot of outside research to get through assignments. Quite a frustrating course for that reason. It might be helpful to add some more reading material that covers the assignment questions in more detail. I don't find any benefit in spending hours researching a simple problem that i could easily have learned had i been given adequate information to begin with. None of the subject material in this course is particularly difficult.
By Thomas K•
The title ought to specify that this is a course for engineering students, not physics students. Even the prof. is an engineering professor. There is a lot of stuff about steam turbines, Rankine cycles etc. which may not be of any interest to the aspiring physicist.
By Rustem O•
too much math
By Neelam k•
Provide certificates free also for students