Department, number and title of course
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, EML 3100, Section 7814
Instructor: H. A. Ingley, PhD, P.E., Room 104 MAEC
Work Phone: 392-9929, email address:
Home Phone: 377-0078, cell phone: 284-0997
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday
10:00 AM to 12:15PM
Meets in room Weil 270, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3:30-4:45PM
If TA is assigned, schedule will be posted on web.
Course(catalog) description: Credits 3, EML 3100, Summer 2011, Application of the
first and second laws of thermodynamics to closed and open systems and to cyclic heat
engines. This includes the development of procedures for calculating the properties of
multiphase and single-phase pure substances.
Textbooks(s) and /or other required material:
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics,
b. Author: Claus Borgnakke and Richard E. Sonntag,
c. Publication date and edition: 2009, 7th edition
d. ISBN number: 978-0-470-04192-5
This course provides an intermediate level coverage of thermodynamics.
Students will learn concepts such as system and control volume analyses, evaluation of
thermodynamic properties, application of conservation of mass, energy, and the second
law of thermodynamics, the use of entropy, the application of availability and
irreversibility to engineering problems, and analysis of power and refrigeration cycles.