ME 326 - Syllabus - Rev. 9/18/11 ME 326 -Thermodynamics -...

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Rev. 9/18/11 ME 326 -Thermodynamics - Fall 2008 Unique #18160-18170 Instructor: Dr. Philip S. Schmidt, ETC 7.142B, , 471-3118 Office Hours: T and Th, 1:30-3:00 and by appointment TA consultation hours: M 3-5, T 3:30-5:30, W 11-12:45, ETC 7.107 Class Meeting Times/Locations: Section Lecture Discussion Teaching Assistant 18160 MWF2-3,ETC 2.108 W4-5, ETC 2.102 Emily Pfautsch, 18165 MWF2-3,ETC 2.108 W4-5, ETC 2.114 Chioke Harris, 18170 MWF2-3,ETC 2.108 W4-5, ETC 2.132 PaulVanNoordt,paul.vannoordt@mail.utexas.ed u Course web site: Announcements and course documents will be posted on the ME326 Blackboard site Course Description: ME 326 is an introduction to the fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics. Topics include thermodynamic properties of materials, energy balance (First Law) analysis of devices and systems, reversibility and irreversibility, application of Second Law (entropy generation) principles to devices and systems, and analysis of common thermodynamic cycles. Homework, quizzes, and exams: Weekly homework assignments will be due at the beginning of each Wednesday discussion section and will be graded based on demonstrated level of effort. A short homework quiz based on the week’s assignment will be given at the beginning of each discussion period. Exams will include two mid-terms, given at approximately 5-week intervals , and a comprehensive final exam. Class participation and attendance:
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ME 326 - Syllabus - Rev. 9/18/11 ME 326 -Thermodynamics -...

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