Lecture 23: Elementary fluid dynamics: Bernoulli Equ IV.
3/12/2008
Objectives: 1. Basic steps of using B.E. to solve problem Draw/ define coordinate system Draw schematics, list assumptions Identify useful streamlines and label them Invoke B.E. (an
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Lecture 24: Control volume & Reynolds Transport Theorem
Mar 14 2008
Objectives: 1. Concept of " system" & " control volume" System: a collection of matter Can change size, shape? How about mars? C. V. : a volume in space 2. Reynolds transport theor
Lecture 28: CV analysis of energy conservation I
3/31/2008
Objectives: 1. To understand energy conservation in a control volume v v & & cv edV + cs e (v n )dA = (Qnet _ in + Wnet _ in ) cv t  Meaning of each item &  How to compute each term ( e
Lecture 31: energy conservation from thermodynamic perspectives
4/7/2008
Objectives: Energy conservation in the context of thermodynamics 1. understand the energy conservation equation in open system N input N output dECV 2 & W + & & & = QCV mi (
Lecture 10: Energy analysis for cycles
2/1/2008
Objectives 1. Energy conservation for cycle a. Why do we have Wcycle=Qcycle? 2. Performance analysis of thermodynamic cycles a. How is the performance for power cycles evaluated? b. How about refriger
Lecture 25: CV analysis of mass and momentum conservation I
3/24/2008
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ME 203 Foundations of Thermal and Fluid Systems (Section 002 and 004)
Spring 2008
Instructor: Dr. Rui (Jim) Qiao 245 Fluor Daniel Building Phone: 6565627, Email: [email protected] Grading Assistant: TBA Class Schedule: 9:059:55 or 1:252:15, M