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• Check the due date in the syllabus.
Homework is due immediately after the
class on the due date.
No late homework is accepted for whatever
One lowest score will be dropped to
accommodate any special needs. 8 Syllabus (Quizzes)
In class quizzes
– – To check your class attendance and to
know how well you understand the lecture
No prior announcements 9 Syllabus (Grading)
– Three one-hour exams and one final exam
Course Grading Three one-hour exams 50% Final exam 30% 50% Homework 10% 30% 10% Class participation, quizzes, blogs
– – – 10% 10% The exams do not necessarily look like homework
assignments or previous exams.
No makeup exam except conflict with another exam. For
illness and emergency, the mean of the two other hourly
exam will be the mean score for the three one-hour exam.
A note from your doctor is required in case of sickness.
10 Syllabus (Help)
ME 2142 Tutorial room (Schedule will be
posted outside of the room)
• Yan Chen’s office hours (right after class) in ME
room 3003G (MW) or the tutorial room (F)
• • ME 200 Peer Mentors (Peer Mentors) • Supplemental Instruction (www.purdue.edu/si) • ME 200 blog (http://www.purdue.edu/mixable)
11 Syllabus (Lecture notes) Lecture notes to be downloaded from
If manageable, grades may be posted there as
well. 12 Syllabus (Cont’d)
– Academic honest A word of warning! 13 Thermodynamic Systems
• What is “Thermodynamics”? • Why? 14 General Definition
Thermal dynamics deals with
conversion of energy to different forms 15 Applications of Thermodynamics
• Power plant 16 Applications of Thermodynamics
• Air planes 17 Applications of Thermodynamics
• Air conditioning 18 Applications of Thermodynamics
• Human body 19 Closed System
• (or control mass) 20 Open System
• (or con...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2014 for the course ME 200 taught by Professor Gal during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.
- Spring '08