This is not a homework question, but more of a information seeking question. I'm currently enrolled in Fundamentals of Thermodynamics where we studied many different cycles (Carnot, Rankine, Otto, Brayton, etc.) and their respective components (compressors, turbines, heat exchangers, pumps, etc.) in both ideal and actual cases. MY QUESTION: Is there a website or a book that contains a summary of the cycles and formulas for each cycle/component? I'm having a tough time remembering all the formulas for each component in each cycle. My prof DOES NOT provide a formula sheet, therefore I am forced to memorize them. The way I picture it in my head is the cycles being listed and for each component there are formulas. For example, Brayton cycle: (1) compressor > (2) combustion chamber > (3) turbine > (4) heat rejected Compressor: Work = Cp(T2-T1) ... etc. Thank you!