ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #18 Chapter 7 Sections 7.11 Section 7.11: Entropy Balances for Open and Closed Systems (restrict your reading only to closed systems for ME 311) 1. The second law of thermodynamics is a
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #17 Chapter 7 Sections 7.10 Section 7.10: Entropy Change of Ideal Gases 1. In developing special relations for a change in entropy of an ideal gas, the first step is conducting a first
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #16 Chapter 7 Sections 7.5 7.8 Section 7.5: Reversible Refrigeration Cycles 1. The work input of an irreversible refrigeration cycle is (greater than, less than, equal to) to that of a
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #15 Chapter 7 Sections 7.1 7.4 Section 7.1: Introduction 1. With the exception of nuclear reactions, conservation of mass and conservation of energy are always applicable. T or F 2. The
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #14 Chapter 6 Sections 6.2, 6.5 6.7 Section 6.2: Nozzles and Diffusers 1. What device is used to accelerate flow at subsonic conditions? _ 2. What device is used to decelerate flow at s
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #13 Chapter 6 Sections 6.1, 6.3, 6.4 Section 6.1: Introduction 1. In a steadystate process the mass inside the control volume, the mass flowing into and out of the control volume, and t
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #12 Chapter 5 Sections 5.5 5.6 Section 5.5: The State Principle 1. Properties that depend upon size (or mass) are termed _. 2. Properties that are independent of size (or mass) are term
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #11 Chapter 5 Sections 5.1 5.4 Section 5.1: Introduction 1. This chapter will be primarily focused on substances that undergo a change in _. Section 5.2: Properties of Pure Substances 1
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #10 Chapter 4 Sections 4.7 4.8 Section 4.7: Fluid Measurements (must access the web) NOTE: You may skip the material discussing the Venturi meter 1. What property of the flow does a sta
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #9 Chapter 4 Sections 4.5 4.6 Section 4.5: Conservation of Energy for an Open System 1. What are the three things that can cross the system boundary in an open system? _, _, _ 2. The to
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #7 Chapter 4 Sections 1 2.1 (NOTE: Skip section 4.2.2: Pressure in a Static Compressible Fluid) Section 4.1: Introduction 1. The word `fluid' in the present text can represent either a
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #6 Chapter 3 Sections 5, 7 and 8 Section 3.5: Resistance Analogy (Conduction and Convection) 1. Convection and conduction heat transfer (a flow of energy) are proportional to a differen
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #5 Chapter 3 Sections 1 through 4 Section 3.1: First Law as a Rate Equation 1. The first law as a rate equation is necessary if we wish to predict the _ required for a process to occur.
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #4 Chapter 2 Sections 12 through 14 Section 2.12: Polytropic Processes for an Ideal Gas 1. A polytropic process is one in which the pressure varies inversely with the volume (or specifi
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #3 Chapter 2 Sections 8 through 10, 4, and 11 (Read in this order) Section 2.8: Work 1. The first law of thermodynamics is a relationship among _, heat, and _. 2. The three types of wor
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #2 Chapter 2 Sections 1 through 3, and 5 through 7 Section 2.1: First Law of Thermodynamics 1. The first law of thermodynamics is also known as the conservation of _. 2. The form of the
ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences
Reading Guide #1 Chapter 1 Sections 1 through 5 Section 1.1: Overview 1. The study of thermalfluid systems includes the _, _, or _ of energy. 2. Substances to be studied in thermodynamics include gas