I used this book as my main textbook for an intro course to thermodynamics. While overall the book was good, the solved problems in the text were frustrating to understand. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dion
This was a good thing to have along with my textbook and class notes, but it should be used along with reading the textbook and reviewing the notes.Published 18 months ago by Sam
This is my 3rd or 4th book from Schaum's. They have good quality, good examples, and always give you exactly what you need; no fluff, no $5 words, no bull. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jonny
I never thought I'd see 'Cliffs Notes' for Thermodynamics, but here it is.
You get the gist of it in just about two hundred partial differential equations. Read more
Shaums are always very good reference book much oriented to solving problems and therefore sometimes complex to get into themPublished 21 months ago by JOSE M BASAGOITI CAYCOYA
Old things forgotten are better reviewed. Why study this after retirement? Prevent brain rot, brain decay. Excellent guide goes along w/ other Amazon.com texts.Published 21 months ago by M. BERGER
In despite of the book quality, the Kindle version shows the usual problems I've found in all scientific texts for the ereader: poor quality of equations and figures. Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Rodrigo