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# lecture 3 - ME 201 Thermal Fluids Class 3 1 January class...

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1 ME 201: Thermal Fluids Class 3: January 16 2009

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2 # Date Reading Material Topic Material covered 1 1/12/2009 Mon 1.1 - 1.2 Preliminaries & course introduction Thermodynamics definition and application examples Chapter 1 Introducto ry Topics & Groundwo rk 2 1/14/2009 Wed 1.2 cont'd.,1.3a, 1.3b, 1.4 Thermal science applications, systems & control volumes Interpolation (tutorial 1), System, control volume; conservation law: in - out + generated = stored 3 1/16/2009 Fri 1.4 cont'd, 1.5, 1.7 General conservation principles & key concepts, properties, states, processes, cycles, & equilibrium concepts Properties, states, processes, cycles, thermodynamic cycles, equilibrium, quasi- equilibrium, flow regimes, SI units January 19, 2009 Martin Luther King Day no Class 4 1/21/2009 Wed 1.5 cont'd, 1.6 - 1.9 Common thermodynamic properties, ideal-gas equation of state Substance, intensive/extensive properties, zeroth law, Pv = RT, HW1 handout 5 1/23/2009 Fri 2.1, 2.2a, 2.3 State principleP-v-T space P-v-T Space curves Chapter 2 Thermody namic Properties & Equations of State 6 1/26/2009 Mon 2.3a, 2.3b, 2.4a - 2.4c State principle, , P-v-T space IN-CLASS QUIZ, chapter 1 ;Solving problems with ideal gas law 7 1/28/2009 Wed 2.5, 2.6 Non-ideal gas properties & multi-phase substances: phase boundaries, x, tables, & NIST online HOMEWORK #1 DUE Critical point, compressibility factor Z, compressed/subcooled, liquid- vapor/saturated, vapor/superheated, quality 8 1/30/2009 Fri 2.6 cont'd, Tutorial 2 & 3 Multi-phase substances - continued NIST sotware, T- v , P- v January class schedule Full schedule available on ANGEL (Lessons/Schedule folder) Powerpoints will be download on ANGEL to Lessons/Powerpoints folder
3 Office hours 137 Research East Tuesday 13:00-14:30 Thursday 16:30-18:00 Phone: 36277 Outside these hours: please call or E-mail ahead for an appointment TA: Pulkit Saksena 337 Reber Monday 10:30-11:30 Wednesday 10:30-11:30

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4 Class 2 summary Section 1.2: Steam power plant cycle, 4-stroke engine. Reading material: solar cell house, jet engine, biological systems Mathematical operations required in this course SI- vs. non-SI units Systems and control volumes ( open and closed systems)
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