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Unformatted text preview: 8/23/2010 1 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Purdue University , Dr. Tim Pourpoint timothee@purdue.edu Course Organization Introduction Dimensions and Units Outline Outline ME 200 ME 200 2 Course Organization Course Organization ME 200 is being taught by five instructors: Prof. Naik Division 1 7:30 am (MWF) Prof. Mongia Division 2 8:30 am (MWF) Prof. Frankel Division 3 10:30 am (MWF) Prof. Lopez Division 4 1:30 pm (MWF) ME 200 ME 200 3 Prof. Pourpoint Division 5 3:30 pm (MWF) 8/23/2010 2 Professor Pourpoint Office: ARMS 3213 Office Hours: MWF 1:30 to 2:30 pm in my office (Other times email for appointment) Email: timothee@purdue.edu Instructor Information Instructor Information ME 200 ME 200 4 Phone: 765 494 9423 Course Website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ME200 Course Secretaries: Diana Akers (ME 84) and Marilyn Morrison (ME 100) Background Background Brief Personal Background Born in Lille, France (about 150 miles north of Paris) Studied in Paris, France as a undergraduate student Moved to Huntsville, AL in June 1999 Moved to West Lafayette, IN in January 2001 Research Scientist/Professor since January 2006 Brief Educational Background Engineer diploma in Mechanical Engineering July 2000 ESTACA University, Paris FRANCE ME 200 ME 200 5 (Ecole Suprieure des Techniques Aronautiques et de Construction Automobile) Five year program specialized in Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering Master of Science in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering December 2000 University of Alabama in Huntsville Direct Determination of Thermal Diffusivity in a Disk Shaped Sample Application to Graphite and Boron Nitride Graduate Committee: Dr. M. Banish, Dr. F. Wessling, and Dr. H.W. Coleman Doctorate of Philosophy, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering December 2005 Purdue University Hypergolic Ignition of a Catalytically Promoted Fuel with Rocket Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Graduate Committee: Dr. W. Anderson, Dr. S. Heister, Dr. J. Rusek, and Dr. W. Crossley Moran, M.J. & Shapiro, H.N., Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics (6th edition), John Wiley, 2008. Textbook Textbook Please read the assigned sections from the textbook before coming to ME 200 ME 200 6 from the textbook before coming to class Lectures are meant for further insights and discussion 8/23/2010 3 Prerequisites Prerequisites Many thermodynamic concepts require background in physics and chemistry you must be familiar with such...
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