APSC 150 lecture 1

APSC 150 lecture 1 - Engineering Case Studies (APSC 150)...

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Engineering Case Studies (APSC 150) 2010/11 – Term 1 Case 2 Chemical Reaction Car Muhannad Al-Darbi Chemical and Biological Engineering - UBC
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Module Objectives By the end of this module you should be able to: Design a car that uses a fuel which does not produce greenhouse gases. Estimate the distance a model car will travel when powered by hydrogen peroxide.
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Module Outline In each of the 6 module lectures , one principle that will be used in the car design will be highlighted and representative examples given. Homework (5) will be assigned at the end of each lecture, and will be worked on during the 5 module tutorials . Quiz: at the end of this module
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Design Components Stoichiometry Reaction Kinetics Mass balance Energy Balance Force/momentum Balance Design problem and governing equations
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2 2 2 18 8 8 9 2 25 CO O H O H C + → + Internal Combustion Engine It is a machine that is engineered to convert energy created by a chemical reaction (burning of fuels such as gasoline and diesel) into mechanical energy to make the vehicle move.
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How a 4 Stroke Engine Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y6PS-2j2Ug
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