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.
By sone k•
Very good lectures. Clear explanations. I really liked the overview of the current state of energy sources and renewables ones in the world. The only drawback is that I think it should be more practical examples which will clearly show the principles of thermodynamics. Anyway, great work!
By Steven G•
This is a very interesting and rewarding course. It would help if the format was broken up a bit more. Perhaps with some video of power plants, turbines, etc. I enjoyed the "excursions" to see the jet engine and internal combustion engine. More like that would liven the material up a bit.
By Andrew L•
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.
By Sumit M T•
it was really good course i learned lots of stuff during this course . high qualified teacher tough us lost of key knowledge of this particular topic. i personally enjoy to have this course and i took lots of positive from this course
By JOHN R•
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.
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
By Ravikumar T•
I strongly recommend this course who wanted to learn basics of thermodynamics. Good understandings of subject and author was explained the concept very well.
By ATHARVA P•
Some terms like entropy and enthalpy could have been explained in detail . Use of the real life problem was one of the best aspect of this course. Loved it.
By Ritik N•
Jansh ia ka ialv kanbzj zofamafvniahaf iqka iqngja uabjaibkq janu hajaare jaijay na jb sbka kahi kab aa abhineta isne bailgadi jana.
By N C V K•
I really enjoyed learning thermodynamics in online classes and way comfortable to understand the concepts.. thanks a lot
By Oscar C•
Very good for an introductory course, clear explanations and exercises. looking forward for more courses in medium level
By Rodrigo L R•
Nice, but should have explored more the 1st and 2nd laws, and a bit more of pictures and videos of real components.
By Sahil K•
After having thermodynamics course two times in academics, this one was very interesting to take and complete.
By Dipak S M•
This course is best for clearing your Doubts and clear your basics concepts about the Thermodynamics subject.
By Marcus E•
With minor corrections to the course content and the platform, this review would be upgraded to five star.
By Mahmoud A•
very good introductory course but it's quite light, a denser curriculum would have made it an easy 5-star
By Sojjwala P•
the assignments are simply superb which enhanced my subject grip. thankyou coursera! will be doing more
By Hasan F•
While the overall course content was really good, the videos were a little longer than necessary.
By AMANATIDIS A•
Simple yet challenging courses and tests. Learned a lot from the course. Keep up the good work.
By HARSHAL A•
very knowledgeable course and content. but the presentation could be batter through animation.
By SRINIVAS G•
This one is gives very basic information about thermodynamics.the class was also interesting
It was very much useful to know fundamentals of Thermodynamics and its applications
By ALLURI J P•
really this course is very useful for every student and it is easy to learn
By M. T S•
This course was informative and useful for Mechanical engineering students.
By Vikas K•
That was a nice course to understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics.