ME 3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Thermal Conductivity of Solids
Submitted by:
Edward Windsor
Henry V. Lancaster, IV
Date Performed: 26 August, 1346
Date Due: 25 October, 1415
Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the thermal conductivity o
Psychrometrics Experiment
ME-3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Due: Report is due by noon on Monday, 03 February.
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to evaluate environmental conditions using the psychrometric chart and
EES software.
Methodology
In thi
Lumped Capacitance Experiment
ME-3321 Heat Transfer Lab
Due: The memo report is due by noon on Monday, 24 March.
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to compare the time-dependent temperature of a flat plate
with the temperature predicted by the
Formal Report Content
Thermal Sciences Lab
Reports will be graded on the following three components:
Format (10 pts): Each of the sections described below must be included in the proper order. Particular note will be taken
of formatting for equations, gr
Pressure Distribution Over an Airfoil
ME-3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Due: Data must be collected by Friday, 28 February. The formal lab report is due by noon on
Monday, 10 March.
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to measure the pressure distribu
Fin Effectiveness Experiment
ME-3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Due: The memo report is due by noon on Monday, 07 April.
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to determine the effectiveness of heated rectangular fins.
Methodology
In this lab, the perfor
Chapter 12
Ideal Gas Mixture and Psychrometric
Applications
Learning Outcomes
Describe ideal gas mixture composition in terms
of mass fractions and mole fractions.
Use the Dalton model to relate pressure, volume,
and temperature and to calculate changes i
Pump Characteristic Curve
ME-3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Due: Report is due by noon on Monday, 17 February.
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to produce the characteristic curve for a liquid pump.
Equipment
Turbine Technologies PumpLab pump sta
Course Syllabus
ME 3331 Thermal Sciences Laboratory
Spring 2014
Instructor:
Text:
Dr. Jed E. Marquart, Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Office:
Biggs 138
Phone:
x2384
E-mail:
[email protected]
Office Hours: 9-10 AM (W,F), 10-11 AM (M,W,F)
The followin
Natural Convection Experiment
ME-3331 Thermal Sciences Lab
Due Friday, 02 May
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to determine the heat transfer coefficient for natural convection over a heated cylinder.
Equipment
The equipment required for this