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Thermochemistry for Energy and Materials Science 1


Numbering Code
  • U-ENG25 35118 LJ75
Term 2020/First semester
Number of Credits 2 credits
Course Type Lecture
Target Student Undergraduate
Language Japanese
Day/Period Mon.3
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Professor HIRATOU TETSUJI
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Associate Professor HASEGAWA MASAKATSU
Outline and Purpose of the Course This course will provide fundamentals of thermochemistry, which will be necessary to think about environmental-friendly materials production / recycling processes.
Course Goals Students will be able to calculate thermochemical properties of pure substances, mixtures and solutions, and use phase diagrams.
Schedule and Contents 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of thermodynamic(3 weeks)
Ellingham diagram and equilibrium in gas phase(3 weeks)
Activity in binary solution(2 weeks)
Phase diagram of binary system(3 weeks)
Standard state of activity(2 weeks)
Review(1 week)
Feedback(1 week)
Grading Policy Results are evaluated by a term-end examination.
However, there are cases where the results of the quizzes in the lectures are considered.
Prerequisites None
Preparation and Review In order to be useful for review, quizzes submitted will be returned after checking.
  • Introduction to metallurgical thermodynamics, David R. Gaskell, (Scripta Pub. Co), ISBN: ISBN:0070229457
  • Treatise on process metallurgy, vol.1 Process fundamentals, Seshadri Seetharaman ed., (Elsevier), ISBN: ISBN:9780080969862
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