Lecture 1 - Introduction to fundamentals of combustion

Lecture 2 - Scope and applications of combustion

Lecture 3 - Scope of combustion (Continued...) and types of fuel and oxidizers

Lecture 4 - Characterization of liquid and gaseous fuel

Lecture 5 - Properties of liquid and solid fuels, various modes of combustion

Lecture 6 - Thermodynamics of combustion

Lecture 7 - Thermodynamics of combustion (Continued...)

Lecture 8 - Laws of thermodynamics and Stoichiometry

Lecture 9 - Stoichiometric calculations for air-gas mixture

Lecture 10 - Mixture fraction calculation for diffusion flames

Lecture 11 - Thermochemistry

Lecture 12 - Heat of reaction and bond energy

Lecture 13 - Adiabatic flame temperature

Lecture 14 - Adiabatic flame temperature and its effect on various parameters

Lecture 15 - Introduction to chemical equilibrium

Lecture 16 - Chemical equilibrium and Gibbs free energy

Lecture 17 - Equilibrium constants and Le chatlier principle

Lecture 18 - Determination of chemical equilibrium composition

Lecture 19 - Chemical and reaction kinetics

Lecture 20 - Compact notation and reaction rate of chemical reaction

Lecture 21 - Collision Theory

Lecture 22 - Collision theory (Continued...)

Lecture 23 - Collision frequency of molecules

Lecture 24 - Specific reaction rate and Arrhenius law

Lecture 25 - First order, Second order and Third-order reactions

Lecture 26 - Classification of chemical reactions

Lecture 27 - Elementary chain reactions

Lecture 28 - Quasi-steady state and partial equilibrium approximation

Lecture 29 - Physics of combustion

Lecture 30 - Transport equations and molecular model for transport process

Lecture 31 - Mean free path length

Lecture 32 - Lennard-Jones potential model for diffusivity

Lecture 33 - Lennard-Jones potential model (Continued...)

Lecture 34 - Mass conservation law

Lecture 35 - Momentum conservation equation

Lecture 36 - Introduction to mass transfer

Lecture 37 - Species transport equation

Lecture 38 - Energy conservation equation

Lecture 39 - Conserved scalar approach for one dimensional flows

Lecture 40 - Introduction to turbulent combustion