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Thermodynamics v1.doc-8/9/2004 Maritime Professional Studies KP100 Introduction to Marine Engineering (IME) Segment Course Handout I. Topic Name: Thermodynamics II. Reference(s) Text: Ship Knowledge A Modern Encyclopedia Pages: 228 (Heat Exchangers) III. Topic Objectives A. Identify the three states of matter B. Identify the three types of heat transfer C. Identify the major types of heat exchangers D. Identify the direction of flow of fluids in the major types of heat exchangers E. Describe and contrast direct versus indirect heat transfer F. Describe the similarities and differences between condenser and cooler types of heat exchangers G. Describe and contrast turbulent and laminar flow H. Define the following terms: 1. Thermodynamics 2. Sensible heat 3. Latent heat 4. Saturation I. Discuss the thermodynamic diagram relative to the states of matter, regions of temperature change, regions of state change, and the identity used for each J. Identify the five components that comprise a thermodynamic cycle K. Identify the forms of energy that are associated with a marine vessel L. Define the following: 1. Open system 2. Closed system
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COURSE HANDOUT: Thermodynamics Thermodynamics v1.doc-8/9/2004 2 IV. Topic Terminology adiabatic atmosphere atomization boiler boundary layer BTU chemical energy closed system (or cycle) condensate (aka Condensate) condensation condenser conduction convection cooler counter-flow heat exchanger cross-flow heat exchanger deaerate degree of superheat density DFT (Deaerating Feed Tank) electrical energy energy energy, chemical energy, electrical energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, potential energy, thermal engine, thermodynamic cycle fluid fuel oil gage (aka gauge) gas heat heat exchanger heat exchanger, direct contact heat exchanger, indirect heat exchanger, plate heat sink, thermodynamic cycle heat source, thermodynamic cycle heated engine hotwell indirect contact heat exchanger kinetic energy laminar flow latent heat latent heat of condensation latent heat of fusion latent heat of vaporization lbm liquid mechanical energy natural circulation open system (or cycle)
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COURSE HANDOUT: Thermodynamics Thermodynamics v1.doc-8/9/2004 3 parallel flow heat exchanger phase plate heat exchanger potential energy pressure pump, thermodynamic cycle radiation saturated liquid saturated vapor saturation saturation pressure saturation temperature sensible heat solid state steam steam drum sub-cooled liquid superheat temperature thermal energy thermodynamic cycle thermodynamic cycle engine thermodynamic cycle heat sink thermodynamic cycle heat source thermodynamic cycle pump thermodynamic cycle working substance thermodynamics tube & shell heat exchanger turbulent flow
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