2015/2016
MEP 112
Thermodynamics
Ain Shams University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Power Dept.
SHEET (2)
1. Answer the following questions:
a. Consider the process of heating water on top of an electric range. What are the forms
of energy involved du
2015/2016
MEP 112
Thermodynamics
Ain Shams University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Power Dept.
Sheet (2)
Model Answer
Problem (1):
a- The forms of energy involved are electrical energy and sensible internal energy.
Electrical energy is converted to s
2015/2016
MEP 112
Thermodynamics
Ain Shams University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Power Dept.
SHEET (3)
1. Answer the following questions:
a. Is iced water a pure substance? Why?
b. What is the difference between saturated liquid and compressed liqu
Faculty of Engineering
Credit Hours Engineering Programs
Thermodynamics
Sheet (properties)
1-
What A can of soft drink at room temperature is put into the refrigerator so that it will
cool. Would you model the can of soft drink as a closed system or as an
W W
l-leat Tran_s_f_er is concerned with only two things: 1) the temperature (temperature variation).
2) the flomrojr lleat (rate of heat transfer).
- Heat is produced from a heat source such as a combustion ﬂame, a hot surface, and a hot
ﬁlamentor wire.
MEP 112-Thermodynamics
Ibrahim Gad ElHak
COMM MEP 112 Thermodynamics (Study Group)
Why do we learn thermodynamics ?
Knowledge of thermodynamics is required to design any
device involving the interchange between heat and work.
Example of practical thermody
Sheet (1)
1-What a can of soft drink at room temperature is put into the refrigerator so that it will cool. Would
you model the can of soft drink as a closed system or as an open system?
A can of soft drink should be analyzed as a closed system since no m
Project Thermodynamics (MEP 112) Spring 2016
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Score
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Theory and equations: (Verify with your project the application
Signals and Systems
COMM 350
Lab 1
The contents of these slides are taken from the Introduction to programming
in Matlab by: Danilo Scepanovic . MIT
20-Oct-13
1
Course Layout
Introduction to Matlab
Mathematical operations
Plotting/ Functions and scripts
A
Signals and Systems
COMM 350
Lab 4
The contents of these slides are taken from Introduction to programming in
Matlab by: Danilo Scepanovic . MIT
27-Oct-13
1
Outline
Mathematical Operations
Flow Control
Debugging
Exercises
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2
27-Oct-13
3
> figure
SIGNALS and SYSTEMS
COMM 350
Lab 7
OUTLINE
Fourier Series
Representation of Periodic Time Signals using
Sinusoids
Frequency Response
Frequency Response of a Square Signal
2
Fourier Series
3
Plotting a square wave
> t=[0:0.01:25];
> x=square(t);
> plot
SIGNALS and SYSTEMS
COMM 350
Lab 8
Contents
Frequency Response of a System
Filters
Poles and Zeros
Exercises
15-Dec-13
2
Frequency Response of a system
15-Dec-13
3
Frequency Response ( = 1 rad/s)
Out
In
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|Out|/|In| = 0.70
4
Frequency Response ( =
Signals and Systems
COMM 350
Lab 3
The contents of these slides are taken from Introduction to programming in
Matlab by: Danilo Scepanovic . MIT
20-Oct-13
1
Outline
Plotting
Exercises
20-Oct-13
2
20-Oct-13
3
20-Oct-13
4
20-Oct-13
5
Plot Options
20-Oct-1
Signals and Systems
COMM 350
Lab 2
The contents of these slides are taken from the Introduction to programming
in Matlab by: Danilo Scepanovic . MIT
20-Oct-13
1
Outline
Matrices
Transpose
Addition and Subtraction
Operators
Automatic Initialization
Indexin
SIGNALS and SYSTEMS
COMM 350
Lab 5
1
OUTLINE
System Properties
Linearity
Time Invariance
Stability
Introduction to Simulink
Simulink Example
Exercises
2
SYSTEM PROPERTIES - Linearity
Linear systems satisfy two properties:
Superposition
Homogenei
SIGNALS and SYSTEMS
COMM 350
Lab 6
OUTLINE
Representation of Discrete Time Signals using
unit samples
Impulse response
Discrete Convolution
Exercises
2
Representation of Discrete Time
Signals using unit samples
3
Representation of Discrete Time
Signal
COMM 350: Signals and Systems
Chapter 2
Time-Domain Representations of Linear TimeInvariant Systems (LTI)
The convolutional integral
Impulse response
Step response & its relation with impulse response
The convolutional Sum
Interconnection of LTI syst
COMM 350: Signals and Systems
Systems
Systems as interconnection of operations
Properties of systems
Stability
Time invariant
Linearity (Superposition & Homogeneity)
Memory
Causality
Inevitability
2
Systems as interconnection of operations
Continuou
COMM 350: Signals and Systems
Chapter 3
Fourier Representation of Signals
and LTI systems
Introduction
Periodic Signals: Fourier series representation
Continuous-Time periodic signals: Continuous-Time
Fourier Series (FS)
Discrete-Time periodic signals:
COMM 350: Signals and Systems
Chapter 3
Fourier Representation of Signals
and LTI systems
Introduction
Periodic Signals: Fourier series representation
Continuous-Time periodic signals: Continuous-Time
Fourier Series (FS)
Discrete-Time periodic signals:
COMM 350 : Signals and Systems
Basic operations on signals (Continuous / Discrete)
Dependent and independent variables
Operations performed on dependent variables
Amplitude scaling
Addition
Multiplication
Differentiation
Integration
Operations perfo