|Faculty / Department||Department of Industrial, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering|
|Program||BEng in Mechanical Engineering|
|Subject title & code||Thermodynamics II - 433319|
|(Pre-requisite(s||Thermodynamics I – Fluid Mechanics I|
Room : 200- Shahriari Building
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Introduction to thermodynamic power cycles and refrigeration and thermodynamic relations and acquaintance with the mixture of gases and chemical-reaction in combustion.
Monday 8 am- 10 am (Room 415)
Monday 10 am- 12 am (Room 312) (Even Weeks)
Consultation hours: Monday 14 pm- 16 pm in 1nd floor, Ahmadi Roshan Building:
Topics to be covered
(in accordance with syllabus)
|1||Review of Thermodynamics 1 and the laws of thermodynamics in volume control and mass control||3|
|2-5||Discretion of different Power thermodynamics cycles||12|
|5-8||Discretion of different refrigeration systems||9|
|9||Familiar with the EES software and to identify projects for students||3|
|10-12||Introduction to some of the mathematical underpinnings of thermodynamics||9|
|13-15||Definition of chemical reaction in combustions||9|
|16||Analyses of compressible flow through nozzles and diffusers||3|
|Date / Duration||Weight||Assessment|
|During Term||15%||Student Activity|
|Before Final Exam||10%||Project|
- Fundamentals of chemical thermodynamics 6Edition, Gordon J. Van Wylen, Richard. E. Santag.
- Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, Third Edition, Bejan, 2006 John Wiley, Hoboken, New Jersey.
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