Department: Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Executive
Course: Thermodynamics – My spouse and i (ME 131)
Credit Hours: 3-0
Thermodynamics-I is one of the engineering foundation courses. This program deals with operate / energy and their discussion. It is built to attain understanding of laws of thermodynamics and their application in thermal anatomist. This course offers a foundation for subsequent significant engineering courses like Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics II, Heat and Mass Transfer and more. The knowledge attained during the study course is placed on heat / refrigeration periods and thermodynamic work and energy equilibrium for wide open and shut systems.
Text message Book:
" Thermodynamics: A great Engineering Approach”, 6th model by Yunus. A. Cengel and Michael jordan. A. Jatte, McGraw Mountain.
• " Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics”, 5th edition by Michael. J. and Howard In. Shapiro, Steve Wiley & Sons. • " Principles of Thermodynamics”, 6th model by Sonntang, Borgnakke, Truck Wylen, John Wiley & Sons.
MS (Fluid Dynamics)
Space # 105
This course can span over 16 several weeks with 3-0 hours a week.
Assessment / Evaluation:
The course includes multiple unannounced quizzes, 1 mid term exam and 5-6 Assignments. A comprehensive final examination will be set at the end of the study course. Evaluation will certainly carried out based upon flowing conditions:
Assignments05 -- 15%
Quizzes15 - twenty percent
Mid Term Exam30 – 40 %
End Session Exam40 – 50 %
|Module / Chapter |Topic |Week / Lecture | |Basic Principles |Thermodynamics and Energy |Week 1 | | | |Lecture 1-3 | | |Importance of Dimensions and Units | | | |Systems and Control Amounts | | | |Properties of a Program | | | |Density and Certain Gravity | | | |State and Equilibrium |Week 2 | | | |Lecture 4-6 | | |Process and Cycles | | | |Temperature and Zeroth Regulation of Thermodynamics | | | |Pressure, Manometer, Barometer and Atmospheric Pressure | | |Energy, Energy Copy and |Forms of Energy |Week 3 | |Analysis | |Lecture 7-9 | | |Energy Transfer by Temperature And Job | | | |Mechanical Forms of Function | |...