Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the nature of thermal motion of matter and its laws from a macroscopic point of view. Thermodynamics is the study of the thermal properties of matter from the point of view of energy transformation. It suggests the macroscopic laws that are followed when energy is converted from one form to another, and summarizes the macroscopic phenomena of matter to obtain the theory of thermodynamics. Thermodynamics is not concerned with the microstructure of matter, which consists of a large number of microscopic particles, but only with the thermal phenomena of the system as a whole and the basic laws that must be followed for its development.

Thermodynamics experiments, which are specialized courses for senior undergraduate or graduate students in physics, as well as graduate students in engineering, are also an important part of physics experiments and have an irreplaceable role in the whole physics experimental teaching system.

Although we are still in the initial stage of development in thermodynamic experiments, every experimental project has been carefully designed. For example, in the on-line expansion coefficient experiment, steam heating is used to replace the traditional hot water heating, which not only greatly reduces the experimental setup, but also basically eliminates the generation of scale in the pipe. All products are designed and developed with experimental safety as the premise and performance quality as the priority, to better serve the experimental teaching work through continuous innovation and iteration.

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