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1 Southeastern Louisiana University ET 375: Applied Thermodynamics Syllabus Fall Semester, 2010 Instructor: Contacts: Dr. Ephraim Massawe Office: 392A Tel: Office Hours: As posted on the blackboard and office door 329A. Other times by appointment Class Meets: ANZ 281 Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 p.m. 4:45 p.m. Course Description: This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of thermodnyamic systems and their application in real life situations. The course will help students to understand the dynamics of energy through the air, gas or other media; calibration of measuring instruments and build students ability to solve thermodynamic problems and also, provide students with the ability to understand other basic properties of gases, liquids and vapors (specific heat capacities), including adiabatic and isothermal processes, energy and energy transfer mechanisms (convection, conduction and radiation etc); enthalpies/analysis of systems, first and second laws of thermodynamics and the performance characteristics of heat engines. The course also includes theories of vapor and gas cycles; ideal gas mixtures; pyschometric charts; and fuel combustion efficiencies of energy generating systems, such as boilers and the use of steam tables to gather energy properties of the steam at different conditions. Students will also familiarize with the SI and English Units commonly used in the field of thermodynamics. Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, the students should be able to: Understand the applications of engineering thermodynamics in real life situations Understand the basics concepts and definitions used in engineering thermodynamics Use mathematical skills to solve engineering thermodynamic problems Understand the properties of pure substances Broaden an understanding of Work, Heat and Energy Broaden the understanding of the First Law of Thermodynamics and Analysis in Different Applications Broaden the understanding of the Second Law of Thermodynamics and Analysis in Different Applications Required Text Book: 1. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics (6 th ed. 2008). By Michael J. Moran and Howard N. Shapiro. John Wiley & Sons. Optional Textbooks 1. Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics (6 th ed. 2008). By Michael J. Moran and Howard N. Shapiro. John Wiley & Sons. 2. Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics (2 nd ed. 2007). By Richard E. Sonntag and Claus Borgnakke ET 375 Applied Thermodynamics Fall 2010 Dr. Massawe Page 1

2 First Day of Class: Thursday, 19 th August 2010 at 3:30 p.m. 4:45 p.m. Venue: 215 AZ Hall August 2010 September 2010 October 2010 November 2010 December 2010 Tues Thur Tues Thur Tues Thur Tues Thur Tues Thur 18 th No Class 19 th 2 nd 5 th 7 th No Class Fall Break 2 nd 4 th Exam # 2 2 nd 24 th 26 th 7 th 9 th 12 th 14 th 9 th 11 th 31 st 14 th 16 th 19 th 21 st 16 th 18 th 21 st 23 rd 26 th 28 th 23 rd 25 th No Class Thanksgiving 28 th 30 th Exam # 1 Last Day of Meeting: Tuesday 2 nd December, th Exams: Students are expected to take two mid-term exams (Thurs 09/30 and Thur 11/04), plus, the final exam (the date, time and location - according to the University Exam Schedule A student will be permitted to make-up an exam only if he or she had made an advanced arrangement with the instructor prior to the time the exam is scheduled. No student will be allowed to take a make-up exam if she or he merely decided not show up for the original exam. If a student is permitted to make-up a missed exam, then that exam must be taken before the next scheduled class period. No exception will be allowed! Pop-Up Quizzes/Class Exercise(s) and Homework Assignments: During the 3 contact hrs per week, students will be required to work on class exercises and pop-up quizzes and homework assignments. Book Chapters to Be Discussed Focus Tests Basics of Engineering Thermodynamics, including Systems; Units; Properties (T;P; Specific Volume 1, 2, 3 ( through ) 1 St Law of Thermodynamics; Work and Heat Evaluating Properties Pure Substances Exam # 1 3, 4 First Law of Thermodynamics and the Control Volume and Analysis First Law for a Control Volume (Introduction Parts) Exam # 2 Various Parts as Shown Below Second Law of Thermodynamics; Entropy Balance for Systems; Different Cycles etc Cumulative Final Exam ET 375 Applied Thermodynamics Fall 2010 Dr. Massawe Page 2

3 Course Outline TENTATIVE Topics to be Covered During the Semester** Day Date Topic/Readings Due Dates Wed 08/18 No class Thur 08/19 Introduction and Course Policies and Requirements and Section 1.1 Tue 08/24 Concepts and Definitions - Section 1.2; 1.3; & 1.4 Thur 08/26 Concepts and Definitions - Section 1.5; 1.6; 1.7; 1.8 & 1.9 Tue 08/31 Mechanical Concepts of Energy and Understanding Work Sect 2.1 & 2 Thur 09/02 Understanding Energy and Energy Transfer by Heat Sect 2.3 & 2.4 Tue 09/07 Energy Balance for Closed Systems Section 2.5 Thur 09/09 Energy Analysis of Cycles: Power; Refrigeration and Heat Pump Sec 2.6 Tue 09/14 Evaluating Thermodynamic Properties - Sections 3.1 & 3.2 Thur 09/16 Evaluating Thermodynamic Properties - Sections 3.3; 3.4 & Tue 09/21 Evaluating Thermodynamic Properties - Sections & 3.6 Thur 09/23 Applying Energy Balance Using Thermodynamic Tables Section 3.7&3.8 Tue 09/28 Introduction to Specific Heat (Cv & Cp) Section 3.9 Thur 09/30 Exam # 1 Tue 10/05 Generalized Compressibility Charts Section 3.11 Thur 10/07 No Class Fall Break Tue 10/12 Ideal Gas Laws Section 3.12 Thur 10/14 Internal Energy, Enthalpy and Specific Heat of Ideal Gases Section 3.13 Tue 10/19 Polytropic Process Relations Section 3.15 Thur 10/23 Control Volume Analysis Using Energy Section 4.1; 4.2 & 4.3 Tue 10/26 Conservation of Energy for a Control Volume & Steady State Sect 4.4 & 4.5 Thur 10/28 Nozzles, Diffusers and Turbines Section 4.6 & 4.7 Tue 11/02 Compressors and Pumps Section 4.8 & 4.9 Thur 11/04 Exam # 2 Tue 11/09 Throttling Devises Section 4.10 Thur 11/11 Introduction to Second Law of Thermodynamics Section 5.1 & 5.2 Tue 11/16 Application of Second Law of Thermodynamics Section 5.5 Thur 11/18 The Carnot Cycle Section 5.10 Tue 11/23 Entropy A System Property Section 6.1 & 6.2 Thur 11/25 T ds Equations; Incompressible Substances and Ideal Gas Sect 6.3; 6.4 & 6.5 Tue 11/30 Vapor Power Systems Rankine Cycles 8.1; 8.2.1; Thur 12/02 Vapor Power Systems Rankine Cycles 8.2.3; & Tue 12/07 Final Exam? Please Consult exam schedule to confirm Thur 12/07 Final Exam? Please Consult exam schedule to confirm NOTE: ** The dates and topics are only to guide students throughout the semester and they are not binding!! Course Grade Assignment: 1. The grades for this course will be assigned in accordance with the departmental scale: Points (Percent) Grade (93-100) = A, Superior (85-92) = B, Very Good (77-84) = C, Average (69-76) = D, Below Average (0-68) = E, Fail ET 375 Applied Thermodynamics Fall 2010 Dr. Massawe Page 3

4 2. Basis for assigning grades: Class Exercises /Pop-Up Quizzes/Homework Assignments Two mid-term 50 points Final 150 points TOTAL = 150 points (30% of grade) = 200 points (40% of grade) = 150 points (30% of grade) = 500 points (100% of grade) Course Requirements: 1. Adherence to departmental policies and procedures, a copy of which has been provided to you. 2. Although this is an independent study, regular meetings at the times prescribed on this syllabus must be observed. 3. Read the material to be discussed at the meeting before each meeting. 4. Complete and turn in research project by due deadline. Note: 5. As a three-hour credit course, a student is expected to devote at the minimum three contact hours per week with the instructor. Your attendance at the time indicated on the syllabus will not be changed. 6. You will not automatically be dropped from the class that you have enrolled. If you choose to drop the class must do so by the semester deadline (see attachment at the bottom of this syllabus) to withdraw or resign from the university. 7. If you believe you are a qualified student with a disability seeking accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you are required to self-identify with the Office of Student Life, Room 203, and Student Union. 8. Academic Integrity. The academic community relies upon a high standard of integrity in the relations among its members. To the extent that this standard is not maintained, the good of the community suffers, and injustice (sometimes serious injustice) may be done. One of the most important aspects of academic integrity concerns the just measure of each student s academic accomplishments. These are ordinarily evaluated through written examination or submitted work. For such modes of assessment to operate fairly, it is essential that the instructor be assured that the work used to evaluate the student s performance is genuinely the student s own. It is also the responsibility of the student to uphold the academic integrity of the University. The use of unauthorized material, communication with fellow students during an examination, attempting to benefit from the work of another student and similar behavior that defeats the intent of an examination or other class work is unacceptable to the University. Cheating on examinations, plagiarism, improper acknowledgment of sources in essays and the use of a single essay or paper in more than one course without permission are considered very serious offenses and shall be grounds for disciplinary action. ET 375 Applied Thermodynamics Fall 2010 Dr. Massawe Page 4

5 Academic Calendar - Fall 2010 Date Description August 2-16 Fall Interim Classes - All fees for interim classes must be paid by the first class August 9 Rental textbook pick-up begins August 9. August 9-13 Open registration ends August 13. August Freshman Orientation. August Final Registration; New Faculty/Staff Orientation. August 17 Fee payment Deadline for all students registered for Fall August 17 Last day for undergraduate students to remove I grades. August 18 First Day of Classes - Regular semester and Term I. August 18 Interim grades due by 9:00 a.m. September 6 Labor Day Holiday September 15 Graduation Audits for Fall 2010 Graduation Candidates begin. September 24 Last day to withdraw from Term I Classes. October 6 Term I Classes End. October 7-8 Fall Break. October 11 Term I Classes: Final Examinations; M-W schedule. October 12 Term I Classes: Final Examinations; T-TH schedule. October 13 Term II Classes Begin. October 22 Regular Classes: Last day to withdraw or resign from the University. October 22 Term I grades due by 9:00 a.m. November Priority Registration for Spring 2011 Classes. November 17 Term II Classes: Last day to withdraw or resign from the University. November Thanksgiving Holiday. December 3 Last Day of Classes. December 4 Saturday Only Classes - Final Examinations. December 6-10 Final Examinations. December 11 Commencement 10:00 a.m. December 13 Grades due by 9:00 a.m. - Last day to return rental textbooks without a fine. December 17 Rental Books must be purchased if not returned by 4:30 p.m. *Grades of prospective graduating students are due by 9:00 a.m., Thursday, December 9 th (accessed 06/10/2010) ET 375 Applied Thermodynamics Fall 2010 Dr. Massawe Page 5

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