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This physics tutorial video shows you how to solve problems associated with heat engines, carnot engines, efficiency, work, heat, refrigerators, heat pumps and entropy. It discusses the concepts of the first and second law of thermodynamics. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

Here is a list of topics:

1. First Law of Thermodynamics

2. Internal Energy, Heat and Work

3. Second Law of Thermodynamics

4. Reversible vs Irreversible Processes - Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous

5. System vs Surroundings

6. Heat Engines, Qh, Qc, and Work

7. Heat Absorbed By Cold Reservoir vs Heat Released By Hot Reserver

8. Thermal Efficiency of Heat Engine

9. Carnot Engines and Ideal Carnot Efficiency

10. Work, Power, Time and Energy Per Cycle

11. Refrigerators and Coefficient of Performance Calculation

12. Coefficient of Performance - Heat Pumps

13. Carnot Cycle - Adiabatic Expansion and Isothermal Compression

14. Maximum Theoretical Efficiency of Carnot Engine Formula - Th, Tc, and e

15. Carnot Refrigerator - Coefficient of Performance

16. Otto Cycle, Compression Ratio and Gamma Ratio Practice Problems

17. Entropy, Disorder, Temperature, and Heat

18. Entropy Formula, Delta S, Q and T

19. Entropy Change Calculation - Melting an Ice Cube

20. Isothermal Entropy Calculation

21. Adiabatic Process - Entropy Calculationn

22. Change in Entropy for Reversible Cyclic Process

23. Total Change in Entropy Calculation For Mixing Two Samples of Water

24. Entropy Formula For Temperature Change - Natural Logarithms and Using Average Temperature

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