Thermodynamics Prof. Dr. I. Žun - Univerza v Ljubljani

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Chair of Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics
University of Ljubljana
Faculty of mechanical engineering
Course Title
Thermodynamics
Prof. Dr. I. Žun
Course Leader
Assistant
Dr. M. Perpar
60/30
Semester hours
ECTS units
8
Allocation to
curriculum
Compulsory subject to Batchelor programme
Previous
knowledge
expected
Basic knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Language
Bilingual: Slovene and English
Teaching method
Multimedia-supported lecture
Aims
To provide a basic understanding of the fundamental laws of thermodynamics and
the ability to use them in solving a range of engineering problems.
Attention is paid to the historical development of the subjects as well as current
trends towards sustainable energy conversion in four major sectors: power
production, transportation, residential/commercial, and industrial.
Learning
outcomes
Knowledge and understanding
On successfully completing this course unit, students will be able to:
Determine changes in the physical properties of continuum including phase changes
State the laws and principles of thermodynamics and define the principal
thermodynamic properties of gasses and steam;
Evaluate the quality of processes in terms of energy
Correlate Thermodynamics with other engineering disciplines in the design of
components and systems.
Assess the importance of sustainable development in engineering
Thermodynamics
Skills
:
Define the thermodynamic properties of materials with a special emphasis on gases
and steam;
Identify appropriate parameters and criteria for assessing the performance of
devices or processes;
On successfully completing this course unit, students will be able to
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Chair of Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics
Syllabus
Thermodynamics and complex systems: introduction and motivation
Properties of pure substances: thermal expansion, phases of matter, PVT system,
state vs. process,
Energy & energy transfer: first law of thermodynamics, PVT system, work
interaction, mass and energy flows, control volume analysis,
Irreversibility: second law of thermodynamics, entropy, thermodynamic property
relations,
Irreversibility vs. Availability: second law of thermodynamics, exergy,
Complex processes:
power production
transportationresidential & commercial
industry - innovations and energy management
Thermodynamics
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Recommended
textbooks
A=required, B=recommended, C=background reading
B Yunus A Çengel, Michael A. Boles, Thermodynamics, An Engineering
Approach, Fifth Edition in SI Units, McGraw-Hill, New York 2006
B Claus Borgnakke, Kyoung Kuhn Park, Young Moo Park, Computer-
Aided Thermodynamic Tables 2, Ver. 1.0, John Wiley & Sons, New York
1997
C Miran Oprešnik, Termodinamika, 4. izdaja, Univerza v Ljubljani,
Fakulteta za strojništvo, Ljubljana 1992
C eCourses, Thermodynamics: https://ecourses.ou.edu/cgi-
bin/ebook.cgi?doc=&topic=th
Determine the required amount of input or the heat rejected to achieve desirable
effects at work, heating and cooling processes;
Simplify a complex thermodynamic process into the main fundamental components;
The student is expected to obtain analytical skills and some design appreciation,
involving awareness of the interaction between thermodynamics and considerations
of energy resources, materials, economics, and the environment.