ME200 - Lecture 38 - 12/2/2010 Fromnowuntilfinalexam

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12/2/2010 1 •Two more homework assignments: –Spe c ia l Problems 35, 36, and 37 (Due TODAY, Dec. 3 rd ) c l Problems 38, 39, and 40 (Due Friday, Dec. 10 th ) From now until final exam… •F ina l scheduled for: – Monday, December 13, 2010 from 8:00 to 10:00 am –A l l Divisions in Lambert Fieldhouse… i.e., come early! ME 200 1 l will be either 40% or 50% of your grade – whichever is most advantageous to you. •P re sen t ing an invited lecture in Taiwan at a research symposium on hydrogen energy. – Will be traveling there on Dec. 7 th and 8 th Presenting on Dec 10 th From now until final exam… – Presenting on Dec. 10 –Com ing back on Dec. 12 th • Consequently: –Le c tu re on Wednesday (mostly examples with various cycles) will be given by a graduate student I work with. Course review ME 200 2 – Course review: •I will hold a course review session tomorrow (Dec. 4 th ) from 10am to noon (Room WILL be this one, ME161). •No Lecture on Friday Dec. 10 th Prof. T.L. Pourpoint - Fall 2010
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12/2/2010 2 •You should have received an email on Monday (11/29) •Th i s is an important way for you to share your thoughts Course evaluation questionnaire and provide feedback on the course and your instructor •To be completed by Dec. 12 th •Send me a copy of the confirmation message (screen capture) you get once completed so I can give you ful ME 200 3 capture) you get once completed so I can give you full points on one homework assignment (any one assignment up to SP34)… the most advantageous to you! Air-Standard Cycles, The Otto Cycle for IC Engines ME 200 Thermodynamics I Purdue University , Dr. Tim Pourpoint – timothee@purdue.edu Lecture 38 December 3 rd , 2010 Geothermal Heating System Installation Prof. T.L. Pourpoint - Fall 2010
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12/2/2010 3 Last Lecture: – Limitations of reversed Carnot vapor cycle –V a p o r compression cycle as the ideal Outline out c Q desired heat transfer
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course ME 200 taught by Professor Gal during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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ME200 - Lecture 38 - 12/2/2010 Fromnowuntilfinalexam

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