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M_E_343_18215_Berberoglu - ME 343 Thermal Fluids Systems...

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Unformatted text preview: ME 343 Thermal Fluids Systems Unique #18215 Fall 2010 ME 343 -Thermal-Fluid Systems Spring 2010 Course Syllabus for Unique #18215 Instructor: Halil Berberoglu (pronounced Berber olu), ETC 6.106C, [email protected] Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:00-4:00pm and by appointment Teaching Assistants: Chris Schneider, [email protected] Office Hours:TBA Class Meeting Times/Locations: Lecture: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 1:00-2:00 pm, ETC 2.132 Discussion: Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm, ETC 2.136 Course Description: ME 343 addresses the design and analysis of systems in which thermal and fluid processes are central to function and performance. New fundamental topics, such as thermodynamics of nonreacting and reacting gas mixtures, psychrometrics, heat exchanger design, turbomachinery theory and application, heat exchanger design, and pressure drop in thermal systems, will be covered in the context of specific thermal-fluid applications. Course prerequisites are ME 326 (Thermo), ME 330 (Fluid Mechanics) and ME 339 (Heat Transfer) and ME 218 (Engineering Computational Methods) with grades of C or better. Class Web Site on Blackboard: Supplemental readings and resources will be posted on the Blackboard. Please check Blackboard regularly for important announcements, homework assignments, and project updates and resources. Homework: Homework will be posted on Blackboard and will be due at the end of the Thursday Lectures according to the class schedule at the end of this document. No paper copies will be distributed in class. Late homework will not be accepted. Projects: 1. MATLAB Property Calculator Project: This is an individual assignment 2. Semester Project: A major computer-based analysis/design project which students will carry out in teams, and which will include a progress report and a comprehensive final report. Exams: Two in class exams will be given during the semester. There will be no final exam. Grading: Homework and Individual Assignments: 20% Exam 1: 20% Exam 2: 20% Group Project Phase 1: 10% Group Final Report: 30% Total: 100% Texts: Text material will be the books used in ME 326, ME 330, and ME 339, plus additional handout notes provided by instructor. Helpful textbooks are: 1. Thermodynamics: An Integrated Learning System, by Schmidt, Ezekoye, Howell and Baker 2. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, by Fox and McDonald 3. Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, by Incropera and DeWitt 4. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, by Moran and Shapiro 5. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes, by Duffie and Beckman ME 343 Thermal Fluids Systems...
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