Course Outline for EMG 2302 - Engineering Thermodynamics II (2).docx

Course Outline for EMG 2302 - Engineering Thermodynamics II (2).docx

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EMG 2302 Engineering Thermodynamics-II 45 Lecture Hours Prerequisites : EMG 2206 Engineering Thermodynamics I Purpose The purpose of this course is to enable the students to understand the operation of typical vapor power cycles and basic refrigeration cycles, know the concept of availability and its relation to the quality of energy and become familiar with properties of gaseous mixtures and appreciate basic air conditioning principles. Learning outcomes By the end of this course, the student should be able to; 1. analyze vapor power cycles and the ideal vapor compression refrigeration cycle. 2. apply concepts of availability to open and closed systems. 3. analyze properties of non-reacting gaseous mixtures 4. analyze basic air conditioning processes using a psychrometric chart. Course description Week #1 to Week #4 Vapour power cycles: Rankine, Improved Rankine, regenerative and binary cycles. Reversed Carnot cycle: Refrigerating effect, coefficient of performance. Ideal vapor- compression refrigeration cycle.
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