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ENU 4134 – Course Introduction
D. Schubring
Fall 2011
Course Introduction
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Distribution of Syllabus
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Course Outline
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Website & Lecture Notes
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Homework
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Examinations
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Projects
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Grading
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Policies
Outline
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Introduction (2 classes)
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Averaging & Transport Equation (4 classes)
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HEM & SFM (3 classes)
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Flow Regimes and Regime Maps (5 classes)
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Pressure Drop Models (3 classes)
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Choked (Critical) Flow (2 classes)
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Boiling Heat Transfer (7 classes)
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Reactor heat generation/transfer (3 classes)
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Singlechannel analysis (4 classes)
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Thermal design & supplementary topics (6 classes)
+ 2 exams, ±nal, 2 days of presentations, and 2 days for the ANS
Winter Meeting
Website
http://victr.nre.u².edu/Teaching/Fall2011/ENU4134.html
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Syllabus and Learning Objectives
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Homework Assignments/Solutions
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Project Assignments/Solutions
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Exam Preview/Assignment/Solutions
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Lecture Notes/Supplements
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Potentially Useful Links
Lecture Notes
Notes for all lectures are available on the website as individual
documents or in one ±le.
These can serve as a useful quick reference while doing homeworks
or during the open book part of the exam.
Online Lecture Notes Are Not.
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... a substitute for reading/consulting the textbook.
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... a complete set of lecture notes. Topics will be discussed in
class that extend on many of the slides.
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... optimized for printing (they are, instead, optimized for the
projector).
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... printed for you (unless the website is down or I ±nish them
very late).
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... necessarily free of errors (please bring to my attention).
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... made in PowerPoint.
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View Full Document“Enrichment”
Some slides in the lecture notes will have “(Enrichment)” in their
titles.
These are (typically brief) topics related to the core course
material. Objectives:
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Introduce you to advanced topics and applications of material
not studied until the graduate level.
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Allow you to focus on concepts rather than detailed
calculations.
Short version: “enrichment”=“not on the exam or homework”.
(May improve projects.)
Homework
A total of 6 HW assignments are included in the grading for this
course.
Typically: 25 problems, couplefew hours per assignment. Mixture
of textbook, other textbook(s), instructorwritten problems.
Hardcopy solutions required; electronic work Fles may be required
for some problems. There is no need to include the assignment
sheet in your submission.
Examinations
Evening exams in U±designated timeslot (20202200 [ew!]). Only
speciFc con²icts are to be accommodated, see syllabus. Any
known con²icts – advise this week, exam dates Fnalized ±riday.
Part I of exams: conceptual understanding. Minimal calculations,
closed note, closed book.
Part II of exams: problemsolving. Open book, restricted open
note.
Zero tolerance on electronic disruptions – your phone rings, I
collect your exam.
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