EML 3007 Syllabus - EML 3007 Elements of Thermodynamics and...

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EML 3007 Elements of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Spring 2015 Instructor Philip B. Jackson, Ph.D. Center for Research in Engineering Education Office: NSC 202D Phone: (352) 284-0654 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: M, F 3 rd , 4 th periods 9:35 am 11:30 am W 4 nd , 5 rd periods 10:40 am 12:35 pm Additional hours by appointment I hold an “open door” policy in regards to office hours. If I’m in my office, my door will generally be open and I will be available to help you. I can always be reached during normal business hours by phone or email. Teaching Assistants Email Office Hours Location Matthew Pazanski [email protected] TBA NSC 202C Joshua Spurgin [email protected] TBA NSC 202C Ryan St. Pierre [email protected] TBA NSC 202C Course Section Meeting Time Location Section 3740: M,W,F 9 th period 4:05 pm 4:55 pm NEB 100 Class attendance is optional. Those who have no scheduling conflicts with the recording of live lectures are encouraged to attend, but doing so is not mandatory. All homework will be submitted electronically and all quizzes will be administered through Canvas. Required Textbook Cengel, Y., Cimbala, J., and Turner, R. (2013). Fundamentals of Thermal-Fluid Sciences , 4 th Edition, McGraw-Hill. Course Objectives This course provides an undergraduate coverage of basic thermodynamic processes. The course emphasizes the fundamental principles of control volume analysis to both open and closed systems, the application of conservation of energy and conservation of mass, the concept of entropy and thermodynamic losses, and the general calculation of various state properties. Students will learn to apply these concepts through exposure to numerous practical engineering problems. Upon completion of the course, students are expected to have developed a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of thermodynamics and problem solving techniques applicable to heat and fluid transfer systems.
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