CLO - Spring 2006 Thermodynamics Course Learning Objectives...

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Spring 2006 1 ME 201 Thermodynamics Course Learning Objectives 1. Basic Concepts a. Students can identify control volumes, closed systems, and transient systems b. Students can apply the state principle c. Students can work in different unit sets d. Students can identify intensive and extensive properties e. Students understand the concept of equilibrium f. Students can apply conservation of mass 2.Propert Evaluation a. Students can recognize three types of substances: ideal gas, compressible substance, incompressible substance b. Students can use tables to evaluate the properties of compressible substances, including identifying the phase of the substance c. Students can use tables to evaluate the properties of ideal gases d. Students can use equations to evaluate the properties of compressible substances 3. First Law Analysis a. Students understand the principles of work and heat b. Students can calculate boundary work for a system from PdV c. Students understand the conservation of energy
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