LECTURE 8
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
BRAYTON CYCLE : THE IDEAL/ACTUAL
CYCLE FOR GAS TURBINE ENGINES
1
Actual Gas Turbine Cycle
The actual gas turbine cycle differs from the ideal Brayton
cycle, mai
Gas-Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning
Objectives
Differentiate between dry air and atmospheric
air.
Define and calculate the specific and relative
humidity of atmospheric air.
Calculate the dew-poi
LECTURE 12
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
VAPOUR AND COMBINED POWER CYCLE
1
The Rankine Cycle
Increasing the Thermal Efficiency of Steam Power Plant
Lowering the condenser pressure
Superheating the ste
REFRIGERATION CYCLES
Dr Khairul Habib
Objectives
Introduce the concepts of refrigerators and heat pumps
and the measure of their performance.
Analyze the ideal vapor-compression refrigeration cycle.
CHEMICAL REACTIONS & COMBUSTION
AP Dr. Zainal Ambri Abdul Karim
1
Contents
1. Combustion Fundamentals and Fuel
2. Combustion of Hydrocarbon with Air
3. Analysis of Products of Combustion
4. Enthalpy f
CHAPTER 9: GAS POWER SYSTEM
Instructors:
Dr. Zainal Ambri Abdul Karim
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Chapter 9 presents the study of gas power systems
in which the working fluids are always a gas.
The gas power sy
Gas Turbine Power Plants
9.5 Objectives and Introduction
9.6 Air-Standard BRAYTON Cycle
9.7 Regenerative Gas Turbine
9.8 Reheat and Intercooling
9.9 Aircraft Propulsion, Combined Cycle,
Ericsson Cycle
ME Thermodynamics
II
Vapour Power Cycles Part I
Objectives of the Chapter
1. To analyse energy transfers in various devices of a vapour
power cycle.
2. To analyse power generation of a vapour power cy
CHEMICAL REACTIONS & COMBUSTION
AP Dr. Zainal Ambri Abdul Karim
1
Contents
1. Combustion Fundamentals and Fuel
2. Combustion of Hydrocarbon with Air
3. Analysis of Products of Combustion
4. Enthalpy f
ME Thermodynamics
II
Vapour Power Cycles Part 3
Open
COGENERATION
Many industries require energy input in the form of heat, called
process heat at 5 to 7 atm and 150 to 200C. Energy is usually
transfe
CHEMICAL REACTIONS & COMBUSTION
AP Dr. Zainal Ambri Abdul Karim
1
Contents
1. Combustion Fundamentals and Fuel
2. Combustion of Hydrocarbon with Air
3. Analysis of Products of Combustion
4. Enthalpy f
LECTURE 6
ME Thermodynamics II
MCB 2063
BRAYTON CYCLE : THE IDEAL CYCLE FOR
GAS TURBINE ENGINES
1
Gas Turbine
Schematic diagram of open cycle gas turbine (actual cycle)
2
2
Gas Turbine
Open cycle gas
LECTURE 10
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
VAPOUR AND COMBINED POWER CYCLE
1
Introduction
Gas Power Plant Brayton Cycle
Major Equipment :
Compressor, Combustor, Turbine
Steam Power Plant Rankine Cycle
M
LECTURE 8
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
BRAYTON CYCLE : THE IDEAL/ACTUAL
CYCLE FOR GAS TURBINE ENGINES
1
Ideal Jet - Propulsion Cycles
Gas-turbine engines are widely used to power aircraft
because the
LECTURE 11
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
VAPOUR AND COMBINED POWER CYCLE
1
The Rankine Cycle
The Rankine Cycle
The Rankine Cycle for Palm Oil Mill Industry
The Palm Oil Mill
The Palm Oil Mill
The Rank
LECTURE 7
ME Thermodynamics II
MDB 2063
BRAYTON CYCLE : THE IDEAL/ACTUAL
CYCLE FOR GAS TURBINE ENGINES
1
Gas Turbine Brayton Cycle
P-V and T-s diagram of Brayton Cycle
2
Gas Turbine Brayton Cycle
In B
@ 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
Topics
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The Nervous System
Stress and the Endocrine System
Traumatic Stress and the Brain
Posttraumatic Growth
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THE NERV
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Topics
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What Is Stress?
What Is Health?
Antonovskys Salutogenic Model
The Impact of Stress on Health and Performance
The Impact of Stress and
ME Thermodynamics
II
Vapor Power Cycles Part II
Deviation of Actual Cycle from
Idealised One
Results from irreversibilities in various components
Fluid friction and heat loss are the major source of
Chap 5 : Torsion
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Determine the stress distribution within the member under
torsional load
Determine the angle of twist when
Chap 7 : Transverse Shear
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Determine the transverse shear stress at any location along
a loaded member
Determine the shear f
Chap 9 : Stress Transformation
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Use stress transformation equations to determine stress
components in coordinate systems of d
Chap 13 : Buckling of Columns
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Discuss the behavior of columns
Discuss the buckling of columns
Determine the axial load nee
Chap 6 : Bending
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Construct shear and moment diagrams for beams and shafts
Determine the critical locations for shear and mo
Chap 12 : Deflection of Beams and Shafts
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Determine the deflection and slope at specific points on
beams and shafts
Solve fo
Chap 11 : Design of Beams and Shafts
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Design a beam to resist both bending and shear loads
Design a shaft based on both bend
Chap 10 : Strain Transformation
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Use strain transformation equations to determine strain
components in coordinate systems of
Chap 2 : Strain
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Define the concepts of normal and shear strains
Determine the deformation in loaded members by specifying
t
Chap 8 : Combined Loadings
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Analyze the stress developed in thin-walled pressure
vessels
Determine the stress developed in a