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10.00% For exam, homework, and general questions, consult an lecturer or the course TA.
For lab and project questions, consult lab TAs. Website Blackboard https://mycourses.purdue.edu
Note: Our lecture’s Blackboard (Fall-2013-ME-31500-023) is
separate from your lab’s Blackboard site GOALS & OVERVIEW WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? In this class we will learn the analytical tools needed to
answer questions such as:
• How long will it take for my beverage to get cold?
• How much energy does it take to heat up my coffee?
• Why are double paned windows more energy efficient?
• Why does my computer/phone/tablet get so hot?
• Why don’t turbine blades melt in jet engines?
• and many more… HOW DOES ME 315 FIT IN? INTRODUCTION
DEFINITIONS & KEY CONCEPTS WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER?
Thermodynamics deals with:
1. Work and heat interaction of a system
or control volume with surroundings
Control Volume: Open systems Heat transfer deals with:
1. Mode (mechanisms) of heat transfer
2. Rate of heat transfer (dynamics) 2. End (equilibrium) states of processes:
no information about nature of
interaction or time rates
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This document was uploaded on 01/15/2014.
- Fall '13