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ME2322003
Engineering Thermodynamics I ( 3:3:0), Spring, 2011
Instructor: Dr. Zhaoming He
Email
：
zhaoming.he@ttu.edu
Tel: 7423563ext 225
Office hours and office: Wednesday 2:00pm4:00pm at ME Room 110
ME 2322 Engineering Thermodynamics I Section 003
Class schedule: TR. 12:30pm – 1:50pm
Classroom : Livermore Center 101
Discussion class: Tuesday 6:006:50pm.
Classroom: ME 132
Grader : Bo Gao
Email: bo.gao@ttu.edu
Office: ME 216
Office hours: 13 pm on Monday
Discussion Instructor: Pawan Selokar
Email: Pawan.selokar@ttu.edu
Office: TBA
Office hours: TBA
Class website for notes, homework announcement and notice:
Go to web :
http://www.me.ttu.edu/ME/ClassWebsites/ME2322ThermodynamicsI
, click “Dr Zhaoming He” to
choose the section of Dr. He
Text
:
Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach 7
th
Edition, by Yunus A. Cengel and Michael A. Boles
Course Description:
Properties of pure substances, ideal gas behavior, first and second law analysis, and applications to energy
conversion and power cycles.
Prerequisites:
MATH 1352 Calculus II, PHYS1308 Principles of Physics
Course Purpose:
To provide students with a mathematical and physical understanding of the fundamental concepts and
principles of classical thermodynamics including properties, state determination, work and heat transfer.
To
develop the procedures for first and second law analysis with applications to both energy conversion
components and cycles.
Expected Learning Outcomes and assessment:
1.
Definitions and basic concepts
2.
Properties for pure substances and ideal gases
3.
Work, heat transfer, and conservation of mass
4.
Closed system conservation of energy
5.
Control volume conservation of energy
6.
Second Law and cycle limitations
7.
First and second law analysis of components
8.
Gas power cycles
9.
Refrigeration cycles
Student’s mastery of these learning outcomes will be assessed by homework problems, examinations, and class
performance.
Course Outline:
1.
Basic concepts and definitions
2.
Closed system conservation of energy
3.
Property relations of pure, simple compressible substances
4.
Control volume conservation of energy
5.
Second law analysis
6.
First and second law analysis of components
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