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SYLLABUS: Thermodynamics, EML3100, Spring 2010,                      Section 1   M W 8:10am – 9:25am, CEB B135 CONTACT INFORMATION: Dr. Simone Peterson Hruda Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering CEB Room A234 (850) 410-6372 [email protected] http://www.eng.fsu.edu/~peterson COURSE MATERIALS:   Text: Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics  Richard E. Sonntag and Claus Borgnakke ISBN 0-471-73759-3 COURSE DESCRIPTION:   EML3100. Thermodynamics (2).  Prerequisites: CHM 1045; MAC 2312; PHY 2048. Fundamentals of  thermodynamics. System description, common properties. Properties of pure substances. Mathematical  foundations. First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics, closed and open systems. Equations of state and  general thermodynamic relations. For non-mechanical engineering majors.   COURSE OBJECTIVES:   By the end of this course students are expected to be able to:  use both SI and English units, and convert between the two systems.  define the units in terms of the fundamental units: meters-kilograms-seconds for SI, and feet-pounds- seconds (or other appropriate units) for English.  explain the differences between, and give examples of intensive and extensive properties.  calculate pressure differences using a U-tube, and be able the extend that principle to situations were  elevation or depth would change pressure.  list the seven intensive thermodynamic (T-D) state properties. (and possibly two more)  use any two independent intensive T-D state properties to determined the state of the system and all of  the other remaining T-D state properties for solids, liquids, vapors, and ideal gases.  state the first law of thermodynamics for closed systems and for open steady state steady flow (SSSF)  systems.  use the first law of thermodynamics to calculate the work, power output/input, heat transfer, or heat  transfer rates for T-D processes or cycles containing solids, liquids, vapors, and/or ideal gases.  state the second law of thermodynamics.  use the second law of thermodynamics to calculate the net entropy change or rate of entropy generation  for T-D processes or cycles containing solids, liquids, vapors, and/or ideal gases.  EML3100-01, Spring 2010 (1/4/10)  page 1 of 6
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plot T-D processes or cycles on p-v, p-V, T-s, and T-S plots. 
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