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ME 300 - Lecture 1: Introduction l Introduction of the instructor Yan Chen Phone: 496-7562 (voice mail) E-mail: yanchen@purdue.edu Office: ME 104 Office hours: – MWF from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM – Send me an e-mail for other days and times 1.1
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Handouts l Handouts: » Course Policy » Course Syllabus 1.2
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Course Policy l Objectives: » To provide a thorough understanding of the application of classical thermodynamics to practical problems. Concepts new from ME 200 include transient energy analysis, availability analysis, and quilibrium analysis Applications include refrigeration and air equilibrium analysis. Applications include refrigeration and air conditioning systems, power plants, internal combustion engines, and gas turbine engines. o provide an introductory treatment of thermodynamics for an » To provide an introductory treatment of thermodynamics for an expanded range of materials including gas mixtures and reacting systems. o provide limited design experience for systems requiring » To provide limited design experience for systems requiring significant considerations of thermodynamics. l Text book: 1.3 » Moran, M.J. and Shapiro, H.N. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 6th Ed., J. Wiley & Sons, NY (2008)
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Course Policy (Cont’d) l Prerequisite: » ME 200 or equivalent l Computer Software: » EES (Engineering Equation Solver) will be used to analyze selected problems » Available on PCs in the ME Computer Labs
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