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1 University of Bridgeport Course Syllabus MEEG 463 Advanced Heat Transfer Tuesday: 6-8:30PM, Mandeville 221 Jani Macari Pallis, Ph.D. (203) Office Hours: Monday 9-11AM, Thursday 1-3PM Office : Engineering and Technology Building Room 133 Course Description and Approach: The course is intended to instruct the student in the three modes of heat transfer (conduction, convection and radiation) and develop the problem solving skills in energy-related mechanical engineering areas and understand the role of heat transfer in everyday life. Course Learning Objectives: Understand steady and transient one- and two-dimensional heat conduction. Understand internal, external and natural convection heat transfer. Understand the fundamentals of radiation heat transfer. Understand the fundamentals of mass transfer. Provide a fundamental understanding of analytic and numerical methods used to solve heat transfer problems. Understand the usage of tables and charts to determine properties for problem solutions To develop the skill to develop models of real processes and systems and draw conclusions. Required Course Materials: 1. Heat and Mass Transfer, Fundamentals & Applications, Fourth Edition, Cengel, Y., Ghajar, A. McGraw-Hill, 2011, ISBN Student iclicker response unit. Clickers are required; we will be using the iclicker brand. These are available at the UB bookstore, on amazon.com, and other locations. Your personal clicker must be brought to every class. Clickers will be registered into the course, and your class participation grade depends on your clicker use. Course Requirements: 1. Class Attendance, Participation, Punctuality and Cheating: Attendance at each class session is expected. Students are expected to be on time for class. It is the student's responsibility to familiarize himself or herself with and adhere to the standards set forth in the policies on cheating and plagiarism as defined in the Key to UB or the appropriate graduate program handbook. Cheating is absolutely unacceptable in any guise. If you are caught cheating, you will be warned once and you will receive a 0 (zero) on that assignment. The second offense will result in an F for the course. Cheating means using the work of others as your own. Copying homework, using papers from the Internet, any talking or looking around during exams and allowing others to look at your exam papers are examples of cheating. Additionally recycled work is not accepted in this course. Students will use TurnItIn for their projects. 2. Preparation, Deadlines and Late Policy: Late assignments will not be accepted. Please do not wait until the last minute to submit your assignment.

2 3. Homework: All homework and projects are to be submitted in CANVAS. Homework is important and represents a key component of your grade (25%). Please only submit homework into CANVAS. I will not be able to accept homework or assignments ed to me or hardcopies. Unless otherwise notified, homework is due Tuesdays at 6 PM. Answers for homework will be posted by Wednesday evenings. Please use the following naming convention in submitting your homework and project assignments into CANVAS: LastName_FirstInitial_StudentID_HWDueDate. Be sure to place your name on the each page of your homework. Please submit your homework as one electronic file (versus separate electronic files for each page). Please submit homework in either MS Word (.doc or.docx),.pdf or.jpg formats. Presentations should be submitted in.ppt or.pptx format. You must show all your work (math and logic) step by step. Simply supplying an answer or excluding logical steps will result in points being taken off your grade. If I receive your homework on time by 6 PM on Tuesdays, your homework will be graded by the following Tuesday at 6 PM. Late homework will not be graded. The following checklist is strongly recommended while presenting the solutions in the homework. Sketch of problem and discussion of the problem solving procedure. Equation(s) stated in general form Necessary assumptions stated Substitutions or simultaneous solutions labeled Units converted properly Final answers clearly indicated 4. Projects: There will be 3 individual projects. A handout on requirements and report format will be provided. (Projects are worth 22.5% of your grade.) All projects will be submitted electronically into CANVAS and need to be submitted into TurnItIn (www.turnitin.com) for an originality report. 5. Exams - There will be three exams, each covering specific textbook chapters. The exams will include materials covered in class (37.5%). The last exam will be given during finals week. It is suggested that you obtain a calculator which has trig functions. No laptops, computers, electronic pads or phones with calculators will be allowed during exams (only calculators specifically). No electronic/softcopy versions of the textbook will be allowed during examinations. You may not share a calculator or book with another classmate during an exam. You must show all your work (math) step by step. Simply supplying an answer or excluding steps will result in points being taken off your grade. 6. Phones As a courtesy to classmates and faculty, phones should be turned off during class. 7. Office Hours and My office hours are Mondays 9-11AM and Thursday 1-3PM or by appointment. (Please request appointments at least 24 hours in advance.) sent between 4:30PM on Friday s and 9AM on Monday will generally be answered on Monday. Course Grading Class Participation, Attendance 15% Homework 25% Project 1 EES 5% Project 2 SST 5% Project % Exam % Exam % Exam % 100%

3 Week HW Due Topic/Assignment Jan. 21 Review of Syllabus Overview of Homework Expectations Overview of Projects Chapter 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts Thermodynamics Versus Heat Transfer Engineering Heat Transfer Heat and Other Forms of Energy First Law of Thermodynamics Heat Transfer Mechanisms Conduction Convection Radiation Simultaneous Heat Transfer Mechanisms Problem-Solving Technique Jan Handout Chapter 2 Heat Conduction Equation from One-Dimensional Heat Conduction Equation Jan. 21 General Heat Conduction Equation Boundary and Initial Conditions Solution of Steady One-Dimensional Heat Conduction Problems Heat Generation in a Solid Variable Thermal Conductivity Feb. 4 Chapter 3 Steady Heat Conduction Steady Heat Conduction in Plane Walls Thermal Contact Resistance Generalized Thermal Resistance Networks Heat Conduction in Cylinders and Spheres Critical Radius of Insulation Heat Transfer from Finned Surfaces Heat Transfer in Common Configurations Feb. 11 Chapter 4 Transient Heat Conduction Lumped System Analysis Transient Heat Conduction in Large Plane Walls, Long Cylinders, and Spheres with Spatial Effects Transient Heat Conduction in Semi-Infinite Solids Transient Heat Conduction in Multidimensional Systems Feb. 18 Chapter 5 Numerical Methods in Heat Conduction Why Numerical Methods Finite Difference Formulation of Differential Equations One-Dimensional Steady Heat Conduction Two-Dimensional Steady Heat Conduction Transient Heat Conduction

4 Feb. 25 Mar. 4 Midterm Chapters 2-5 Mar. 11 Mar Mar. 25 Apr. 1 Chapter 6 Fundamentals of Convection Physical Mechanism of Convection Classification of Fluid Flows Velocity Boundary Layer Thermal Boundary Layer Laminar and Turbulent Flows Heat and Momentum Transfer in Turbulent Flow Derivation of Convection Equations for a Flat Plate Solutions of Convection Equations for a Flat Plate Nondimensionalized Convection Equations and Similarity Functional Forms of Friction and Convection Coefficients Analogies between Momentum and Heat Transfer Chapter 7 External Forced Convection Drag and Heat Transfer in External Flow Parallel Flow over Flat Plates Flow Across Cylinders and Spheres Flow Across Tube Banks Semester Break Chapter 8 Internal Forced Convection Average Velocity and Temperature The Entrance Region General Thermal Analysis Laminar Flow in Tubes Turbulent Flow in Tubes Chapter 9 Natural Convection Physical Mechanism of Natural Convection Equation of Motion and the Grashof Number Natural Convection over Surfaces Natural Convection from Finned Surfaces and PCB Natural Convection into Enclosures Combined Natural and Forced Convection Apr. 8 Exam 2 - Chapters 6-9 Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Chapter 12 Fundamentals of Thermal Radiation Thermal Radiation Blackbody Radiation Radiation Intensity Radiative Properties Atmospheric and Solar Radiation Chapter 13 Radiation Heat Transfer The View Factor View Factor Relations Radiation Heat Transfer: Black Surfaces Radiation Heat Transfer: Diffuse, Gray Surfaces

5 Radiation Shields and the Radiation Effects Radiation Exchange with Emitting and Absorbing Gases Apr. 29 Chapter 14 Mass Transfer Analogy Between Heat and Mass Transfer Mass Diffusion Boundary Conditions Steady Mass Diffusion through a Wall Transient Mass Diffusion Diffusion in a Moving Medium Mass Convection Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Projects Due Exam 3 Chapter Finals Week 5/5 5/9/14

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