0220201W-Engineering Thermodynamics-Tang Hao,Han Dong

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Course description


Course No.

0220201W

College

CEPE

Dept.

Energy

Teacher

Tang Hao, Han Dong

Course Name

English

Engineering

Thermodynamics

Chinese

工程热力学

Course hours

Total

Theory

Experiment

S
elf
-
study

Practice

Course design

48

48




1.

Yes

2.
No


Course description

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Thermodynamics is a basic course that serves as the background for many thermo
-
fluid
courses
. The main ob
jective of the course is to provide the engineering student with the basic

principles of thermodynamics through the study of the first and second laws of

t
hermodynamics

and

applications

This course is an introduction to the concept of energy. It provides t
he basic tools necessary for the
analysis of any engineering system in which energy transfer or energy transformations occur; thus,
thermodynamics is an important part of the training of almost all engineering disciplines.

2.
C
ourse aims (theory, ability a
nd technique)

a.
To familiarize the students with basic concepts of the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics
and their applications in engineering problems.

b.
To provide the students with a comprehensive treatment of classical Thermodynamics.

c.
To pre
pare the students to effectively use Thermodynamics in the practice of engineering.

Through the study of
course

0220201W

the student will be able to:

1. Determine properties of real substances, such as steam and refrigerant 134
-
a, and ideal gases from
eit
her tabular data or equations of state.

2. Analyze processes involving ideal gases and real substances as working fluids in both closed
systems and open systems or control volumes to determine process diagrams, apply the first law of
thermodynamics to per
form energy balances, and determine heat and work transfers.

3. Analyze systems and control volumes through the application of the second law.

4. Analyze the basic Otto and Rankine cycles


Requirements for courses
;

ability and knowledge in advance

Pre
requisites:
Math

Physics


C
ourse structure

explanation
:

M
ake clear the necessary parts, optional parts, distribution of hours.

C
ourses with

experiments or
practice are expected to explain hours needed, content, scheme and functions.



C
ourse schedule:



Teaching methods (Lectures
,

practice, etc)


Lecture,
group discussion, group presentation, project design,

Form
s of examination
and requirements

Structure of the final grade
(including presence,
class performance,
)
,
focus of exam, forms of
exam
(test, i
nterview, final report, etc)

Grading:

Homework

1
0%

Class

2
0%

final exam

70%

Total: 100%

Textbook

N
ame

P
ublisher

Author

Y
ear

Price

Thermodynamics: An Engineering
Approach,

McGraw
-
Hill

Cengel, Yunus A.
and Michael A.
Boles

2006



0

References

N
ame

P
ublisher

Author

Y
ear

Price

FUNDAMENTALS OF
ENGINEERING
THERMODYNAMICS,

John Wiley &
Sons,

Richard E. Sonntag,
Claus Borgnakke,
and Gordon J. Van
Wylen,

1998












Website


Course
members

Tang Hao, Han Dong

College

CEPE