E210_syl_BbVISTA_updte

E210_syl_BbVISTA_updte - ENGR 210 Introduction to...

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ENGR 210 – Introduction to Thermodynamics Course Description: Introduces thermodynamics from a classical point of view. Covers work, heat, entropy, thermodynamic properties, equations of state, and first and second law analysis of closed systems, control volumes, and selected thermodynamic cycles. Prerequisite: MATH 122 and PHYS 101 (or equivalents) Textbook: Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach by Yunus A. Cengel and (Required) Michael A. Boles (McGraw-Hill, 6 th Edition, ISBN-13 9780073305370 Coordinator: David L. Miller; Alumni Engineering Labs 172B; Ofc. Hours:3-4:30 Tuesday T: (215) 895-2429 F: (215) 895-1478 E: dmiller@coe.drexel.edu Course Schedule: For students on the main campus the schedule follows: Lectures Section CRN Time Location Instructor A 22899 M W 1300-1350 CAT 061 D. Miller dmiller@coe.drexel.edu B 22900 M W 1400-1450 CAT 061 D. Miller dmiller@coe.drexel.edu Recitations Section CRN Time Location Instructor 001 22887 T 1200-1350 CURTIS 453 D. Antao dsa28@drexel.edu 002 22888 T 1500-1650 CURTIS 453 C. Geisler cgg28@drexel.edu 003 22889 W 0900-1050 CURTIS 453 D. Antao dsa28@drexel.edu 004 22890 W 1500-1650 CURTIS 452 T. Farouk tif22@drexel.edu 005 22891 W 1100-1250 CURTIS 453 C. Geisler cgg22@drexel.edu 006 22892 R 1300-1450 CURTIS 453 C. Geisler cgg22@drexel.edu 007 22893 R 1500-1650 CURTIS 453 T. Farouk tif22@drexel.edu 008 22894 F 0900-1050 CURTIS 453 T. Farouk tif22@drexel.edu 009 22895 R 1100-1250 CURTIS 453 D. Antao dsa28@drexel.edu 010 22896 F 1300-1450 CURTIS 453 D. Miller dmiller@coe.drexel.edu On the Burlington County Campus the schedule follows: Section CRN Time Location Instructor 601 23894 T R 1300-1450 TEC 215 P. Clelland Course Plan – for Main Campus* Week Subject Reference Notes 1 Int. and Basic Concepts Section 1.1-1.8 IBC (cont) Section 1.9-1.12 2 Energy Section 2.1-2.5 HW 1 due Energy (cont) Section 2.6-2.8 3 University Holiday Pure Substances Section 3.1-3.5 HW 2 due 4 Pure Substances (cont) Section 3.6-3.8 HW 3 due Pure Substances (cont) Exam 1 5 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems Section 4.1, 4.2 HW 4 due
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EACS (cont), Specific Heat Section 4.3-4.5 6 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes Section 5.1-5.2 HW 5 due Exam 2 7 MEACV (cont) Section 5.3-5.5 HW 6 due Second Law Section 6.1-6.6 8 Second Law Section 6.7-6.12 HW 7 due Entropy, Exam 3 Section 7.1 9 Entropy Section 7.2-7.3 HW 8 due Entropy (cont) Section 7.4-7.5 10 Entropy (cont) Section 7.6-7.10 HW 9 due Entropy (cont) Section 7.11-7.12 * Tentative Schedule – subject to change as the term proceeds Assignments ** Week Recitation Xtra Problems HW due date 1 Cp 1: 09, 11E, 15, 34E, 39E Cp 1: 8E, 12, 33, 36E, 37E 12 Jan 09 2 Cp 1: 50, 51, 70; Cp 2: 12, 14, 32E
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