### I. IDENTITY

Faculty                                 : Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Study Program                     : Physics Education
Subject Matter and Code       : Thermodynamics (FIC 325)
Sum SCS                              : Theory 3 SCS pract 0 SCS Sum 3 SCS
Semester                              : III
Prerequisite Subject Matter   : Introduction to Mechanics, Heat, and Sound
Lecturer (Instructure)           : Rita Prasetyowati

### II. DESCRIPTION SUBJECT MATTER

Thermodynamics subject matter generally discuss about relation between Work and Heat, System and specially discuss about Thermodynamics Mathematics, The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics and Thermometry, Changes of Phase and Clausius-Clapeyron Equation, System and Equation of State of System, Work and The First Law of Thermodynamics, The Second Law  of  Thermodynamics and  Entropy, The  Carnot  Cycles, Thermodynamics Potentials, The Third Law of  Thermodynamics, The Rankine Cycles, Nuclear Energy Electrical Centre, and Heat Transfer.

Actually, the  subject matter of  Thermodynamics deepen the  student knowledge about Calorimetri and Thermometri, which is already studied in subject matter Introduction to Mechanics, Heat and Sound. The concepts of grafics and defferential Integral are deepened and specified to the Thermodynamics Mathematics. This matter has been discussed in subject matter Introduction to Mathematics of Physics.

### III. STANDARD COMPETENCE

After studied and understood the Thermodynamics matter in some recommended reference books, students are expected to have a capability in applying the concepts, principles, laws of thermodynamics and energy conservation with its change in heat engine. The students are also  expected to  have  an  ability  in  describing, analyzing and  applying the  laws  of thermodynamics in technology, industry and their everyday life.

### IV. THE LECTURE ACTIVITY PLAN

 Meeting The Basic Competence The Basic Matter The Lecturer Strategy Reference 1st  and 2nd Have a capability in applying the Euler condition to determine the total derivative of the thermodynamics property whether it is derivative exact or non exact. Have an understanding to derivate           the thermodynamics function and         integral         the 1. Scope    of    thermo dynamics 2. Derivatives      exact and non exact 3. Integral     derivative exact and non exact 4. Conversion  graphic p vs V, V vs T, p vs T, and T vs S. 5. Problems 6. The structure task. 1. Lecture 2. Discussion 3. Task A.1, A.2, B.3, and B.4
 thermodynamics differential. Have an understanding to draw a graphic function of thermodynamics properties. 3rd Have an understanding to research the influence of heat to  the  characteristic changing                       of thermodynamics properties,  present  and get  the  conclusion from the conducted research. 1. Heat Concept 2. Calorimetry 3. Problems 4. The structured task 1. Lecture 2. Presentation 3. Discus A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, and B.4 4th Have    a    capability   in researching the  influence of heat to the   substance temperature   changing, presenting and getting the conclusion     from     the conducted research. 1. The      Temperature Concept and Zeroth law                          of thermodynamics 2. Thermometry 3. Problems 4. The Structured task 1. Lecture 2. Presentation 3. Discus A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 5th Have an understanding to research the influence of heat to the substance phase changing, present and  get  conclusion from the conducted research and have an understanding to describe and apply the Clausius Clapeyron Equation in technology, industry and everyday life. 1. The   Changes  of Substance Phase 2. The Clausius Clapey ron Equation 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Presentation 3. Discus A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 6th Have a capability to connect the system characteristics with equations of state system and apply these equations in everyday life. 1. Thermodynamics System 2. The              System Equations of State 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 7th Have an understanding in describing the connection between heat, internal energy, and an external work of system, applying the first law of Thermodynamics in technology, industry and everyday life. 1. Work 2. The   First  Law  of Thermodynamics 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 8th The     First     Inserted Examination Test 9th Have an understanding to differentiate of  ideal gas and real gas through the equation of state and specific heat capacity 1. Ideal      Gas      and Equation of States 2. Real      Gas      and Equation of States 3. Heat    Capacity   of Ideal Gas and Real Gas 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5
 4. Problems 5. The Structured Task 10th Understand to describe the efficiency of the Heat Engine and the coefficient performance of refrigerator and understand to describe the second law of thermodynamics and apply to technology, industry   and everyday life. 1. Heat              Engine Efficiency 2. Refrigerator Performance Coefficient 3. Formulation  of  the Second     Law     of Thermodynamics 4. Problems 5. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 11th Understand to describe the relation  between  Carnot cycle and entropy system. Understand   to   describe and apply the Otto cycle efficiency,             Diesel, Stirling,    Sargent,    and Joule         cycles         in technology, industry and everyday life. 1. Carnot   Cycle   and Entropy System 2. Otto,             Diesel, Stirling,         Sargent, and     Joule    Cycle Efficiency 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 12th Understand to describe the thermodynamics potential and its relation to Maxwell equation through the magic eight square. 1. The Thermodynamics Potential 2. Maxwell    Equation and     magic    eight square 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 13th Understand to describe and relate the theoretical basics the third law of thermodynamics and  the third law of thermodynamics statement. 1. The        Theoretical Basics of The Third Law                         of Thermodynamics 2. The  Third  Law  of Thermodynamics 3.  Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5
 14th Understand   to   describe and differentiate between Carnot    Steam    Energy Cycles     and     Rankine Steam Energy Cycles and also     apply    it     in technology, industry  and everyday life. 1. The  Basic  Concept of       The      Steam Energy Cycle 2. The   Carnot  Steam Energy Cycle 3. The Rankine Steam Energy Cycle 4. Problems 5. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 15th Understand to describe and learn the advantage and the loss of nuclear reactor and capable to apply the Nuclear Energy Electrical    concepts    in 1. The  Basic  Concept of Nuclear Reactor 2. The Nuclear Energy Electrical Centre 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5
 technology. 16th Capable to  describe and apply    conduction and convection heat transfer concept in technology, industry and everyday life. 1. The conduction heat transfer 2. The convection heat transfer 3. Problems 4. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 17th Capable to  describe and apply the radiation heat transfer concept     in technology , industry and everyday life. 1. The  Law  of  Wien Friction 2. The  Law  of  Stefan Boltzmann 3. Rayleigh and  Jeans Explanation 4. Planck Postulate 5. Problems 6. The Structured Task 1. Lecture 2. Discuss A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.4, and B.5 18th Second             Inserted Examination Test

### V. REFERENCES

A. REQUIREMENT
1. Sears F.W., 1963, An Introduction to Thermodynamics, The Kinetic Theory of Gases, and  Statistical Mechanics, First Printed, Reading: Addisson Wesley Publishing Company
2. Zemansky M.W., and R.H. Dittman, 1982, Heat and Thermodynamics, Sixth
3. Edition, London: Mc Graw-Hill Book Company.
4. Ahmad  Abu   Hamid,  2007,  Kalor  dan   Termodinamika,  Diktat  Kuliah, Yogyakarta: Jurusan Pendidikan Fisika FMIPA UNY.

B. SUGGESTION / RECOMMENDATION
1. B.  Darmawan, 1990, Termodinamika, Diktat   Kuliah, Bandung: Jurusan Fisika FMIPA ITB
2. Budi Purwanto, 2009, Teori Soal dan Penyelesaian Termodinamika, Yogyakarta, Jurdik Fisika, FMIPA UNY.
3. Holman J.P., 1988, Thermodynamics, Fourt Edition, New York: Mc Graw- Hill Book Company
4. Sears F.W., 1963, An Introduction to Thermodynamics, The Kinetic Theory of Gases, and Statistical Mechanics, First Printed, Reading: Addisson Wesley Publishing Company
5. The Physics Coaching Class University of Science and Technology of China, 1990, Problem and Solution on Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Edited By: Yung Kuo Lim, Singapore: World Scientific.

### VI. EVALUATION

 N o Component Heavy () 1 Lecture Participation 20 2 The Tasks 40 3 The Inserted Examination 20 4 The End Examination 20 Sum 100

### VII. THE LECTURE STRATEGY

 N o Face to face Non face to face 1 Lecture Read reference books 2 Presentation Download internet, reference 3 Discuss Make resume