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ME200 01-02 - 1 Syllabus Systems Definitions Syllabus...

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1 Syllabus Instructor: Yan Chen Office hours: MW 1:30-2:30 pm Tutorial room: F 1:30-2:30 pm Phone and email: 49-67562, [email protected] Course website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ME200/ 1. Syllabus, Systems, Definitions
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2 Textbook:, Moran, Shapiro, Boettner, and Bailey, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics (7th Ed), John Wiley, 2011 Prerequisite: calculus, physics, chemistry. CHEM115, PHYS172 and MA261 (may be concurrent) Syllabus (Cont’d)
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3 Preview the text and ppt slides before lecture Attempt to solve homework problems before lecture Solving homework problems by using engineering paper Syllabus (How to prepare)
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4 Syllabus (Homework) Format of your homework Use 8 1/2 by 11 inch engineering paper Only one side of the paper should be used Only one problem should be included per page; if more than one page is needed for a problem, all pages should be stapled together, in order.
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5 Format of your homework At the top of the engineering paper there are 5 boxes. Starting from the left: Box 1 leave blank, Box 2 put your name (last, first, middle), Box 3 put the problem number i.e. HW#1(2) (Each special problem may consist of several problems, Box 4 leave blank, Box 5 put the page number of the problem/total pages for this problem i.e. 1/3 or 3/3 Chen, Yan Q. HW#1(2) 1/3
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6 Syllabus (Homework format) Given: State in your own words what is given in the problem statement. Example “The initial temperature is T1=30 C.” Find: List what the problem wants you to find. Example “a) the pressure at time 2 or P2 =.” A sketch of your system. Assumptions : Example: “Ideal gas.” Basic Equations : See the Equation Sheet Solution: This includes correct units.
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7 Syllabus (Basic equations)
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8 Homework collection Check the due date in the syllabus.
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