This page provides supplementary material for students in various stages of development. As new material is prepared, it will be linked here. Links added in approximately the past two years are denoted by the date in parentheses.

General Supplements

- Web site with screencasts that accompany textbook (via Univ. of Colorado, Boulder): http://www.learncheme.com/screencasts/thermodynamics/textbook-elliottlira-2nd
- Screencasts to supplement LearnChemE.com
- NIST ThermoLit, literature reference search for phase equilibrium data. (11/21/2014)
- Korean Thermophysical Properties Data Bank, data for pure and binary properties. (11/23/2014)
- Free Data from Dortmund Data Bank(DDBST), data for pure and binary properties. (12/19/2018)
- References at MSU for phase equilibria data, and sources of activity coefficient parameters.
- NIST Property Calculator for selected fluids. (via NIST).
- Continuing Education Including Thermodynamics (internet delivery). Michigan State University Course -
- Links to other thermodynamics sites of interest (from the Thermodynamics Research Lab, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago).

Software Supplements

- Palm OS Quicksheet application of PREOS.xls provided by Professor Elliott.
- Numerical Integration using Simpson's rule in an Excel workbook.
- Numerical integration for simulaneous differential equations using 4th Order Runge-Kutta in an Excel workbook

End Pages, Charts, and Tables

- If you have an e-book or a library copy that has been re-covered, you don't have the end pages. For a printable copy, click here.
- If you just need the steam tables and don't want to carry the entire book to class, click here.
- If you just need the refrigerant charts and tables and don't want to carry the entire book to class, click here. Includes saturated property tables for methane and propane and a T-S diagram for H2O.FYI: Foxit Reader is free and allows you to draw lines on the charts to help read them easier.

Unit I

**Learning Objectives**for Unit I (PDF format).- Steam Tables and Charts from Appendix E. These pages are helpful for users of the electronic edition. Click here. (9/27/13)
- Chapter 2-4, History of Steam Engine Development, Newcomen Pump Engine, Watt Pump Engine, Watt Rotative Engine. (includes photos), helps students understand how condensation pulls vacuum.
- Chapter 2, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 3, Supplemental Example 3.5, Multiple Reactions
- Chapter 4-5, Links to sites with pictures of turbines, compressors, jet engines, etc. (2/08/12)
- Chapter 4, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 5. How a power plant works (youtube). (2/15/16)
- Chapter 5, A virtual tour of the MSU electric power and steam cogeneration plant using open and closed feedwater preheaters. This tour includes the turbine blades and generator when disassembled for overhaul.
- Chapter 5, Supplemental Section 5.6, Engines (3/11/12)
- Chapter 5, Supplemental Section 5.7, Fluid Flow (3/11/12)
- Chapter 5, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Previous exams (Unit I) from C.T. Lira (updated each spring)
- Previous exams (Unit I) from J. R.Elliott

Unit II

**Learning Objectives**for Unit II (PDF format).- Chapter 6, Practice Problem Solutions. (2/13/13)
- Chapter 7, Supplementary Section on Molecular Simulations and Maxwell-Boltzmann Speed Distribution, and an alternative DMD example using vector mathematics. (9/27/13)
- Chapter 7, Supplementary Example, (Hand Calculation of PREOS roots)
- Chapter 7, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 8, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 9, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Previous exams (Unit II and III) from C.T. Lira (updated each spring)
- Previous exams (Unit II and III) from J.R. Elliott

Unit III

**Learning Objectives**for Unit III (PDF format).- Learning Objectives for Molecular Simulations (PDF format).
- Chapter 10, Practice Problem Solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 10, Description of the use of equations of state for mixture enthalpies. (This draft has not been polished!) (
*pdf format*) - Chapter 11-14, NIST ThermoLit, literature reference search for phase equilibrium data. (11/20/14)
- Chapter 11, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 12, Practice problem solutions (12/11/14)
- Chapter 14, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Chapter 14, Supplement on Iteration LLE with Excel and Matlab.
*Hints on converging LLE*using Excel with the method presented in the textbook. - Chapter 15, Practice problem solutions (4/24/15)
- Chapter 16, Color-coded slides to help you see the relationships between 3-D diagrams and 2-D projections.
- Chapter 16, Practice problem solutions (12/4/14)
- Previous exams (Unit II and III) from C.T. Lira (updated each spring)
- Previous exams (Unit II and III) from J.R. Elliott

Unit IV

**Learning Objectives**for Unit IV (PDF format).- Chapter 17, Practice problem solutions, (12/4/14)
- Chapter 17, Supplementary Workbook, provides more background, examples, (12/4/14)
- Chapter 17, Interpretation of reaction energy balance from other texts in terms of the notation in Elliott and Lira
- Chemical Reaction Engineering, 3rd ed., Levenspiel, 1999.(
*pdf format*) - Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 3rd ed., Fogler, 1999.(
*pdf format**)*

- Chemical Reaction Engineering, 3rd ed., Levenspiel, 1999.(
- Chapter 18, Electrolyte pH grid.(4/20/12)
- Chapter 19, Supplement, showing more details in vdw and ESD derivations (1/20/15)

Appendix C

- Supplement for Gamma-Phi method. (9/12/15)