A more complete learning experiencePhil Schmidt, Jack Howell, DK Ezekoye, and Derek Baker-engineering educators with extensive experience in both classroom teaching and the development of multimedia learning tools-have developed Thermodynamics: An Integrated Learning System (Text+web). Partially supported by the National Science Foundation, this integrated text and website (ThermoNet) offers a more complete learning experience, so you can develop a more complete understanding of thermodynamics.Here's how this Integrated Learning System works: The printed text and the ThermoNet website provide a complete version of a standard course in thermodynamics. Both the text and ThermoNet use identical numbering schemes that make it easy for you to move between the text and website. The text presents thermodynamic principles in as intuitive a manner as possible, then employs mathematical representations that follow logically from physical intuition. The ThermoNet website presents content in a graphics-rich environment to help you gain a strong conceptual understanding of the material. Animations and interactive graphics on the ThermoNet website show systems and processes in action. Brief quizzes, additional worked examples, and interactive property tables on the ThermoNet website enable you to expand your problem-solving skills. ThermoNet's interactive presentation of governing equations clearly shows the physics underlying each term.Schmidt, Philip S. is the author of 'Thermodynamics An Integrated Learning System', published 2004 under ISBN 9780471143437 and ISBN 047114343X.