Aero Engineering Thermodynamics

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Aero Engineering Thermodynamics

(ae1201)

Anbarasan.T

Lect
/Aero

Aim:



To

study

the

basic

concepts

of

aero

Engineering

Thermodynamics
.

Objectives:

To

acquaint

the

students

with

construction,

theory

and

characteristics

of

the

following

thermodynamics

aspects
:


i)
Basic Thermodynamics

ii)
Air cycles

iii)
Thermodynamics of one dimensional Fluid Flow

iv)
Refrigeration and

Air Conditioning

v)
Air Compressors

UNIT I SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE AND BJT











Systems


Zeroth law



First Law of Thermodynamics





Heat and work transfer in flow




Second law of Thermodynamics




Clausius statement




Concept of Entropy




Entropy change in non
-

flow process






UNIT II
-

AIRCYCLES













Otto



Diesel
-

D
ual

combustion




Brayton

combustion

cycles



Air

standart

Efficiency



Mean

effective

pressure



Actual

and

theoretical

P
-
V

diagrams







UNIT III

THERMODYNAMICS OF ONE DIMENSIONAL
FLUID FLOW






Application

of Continuity


Momentum

and energy equation


Rankine Cycle
-

Isentropic flow of ideal gases through Nozzles







Simple Jet Propulsion System


Thrust rocket motor


Specific

Impluse








UNIT IV

REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING


Principles of Refrigeration


Air conditioning


Heat pumps


Vapour compression


Vapour absorption types
-



Coefficient of performance


Properties of Refrigerants






UNIT V AIR COMPRESSORS


Working principle of Compressors


Classification of Compressors


Isothermal efficiency of Air compressor


Isentropic efficiency of Air compressor

TEXT BOOKS


1.Radhakrishnan, E, “Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics”, Prentice


Hall, India, 2000



2. Nag. P.K., “Engineering Thermodynamics”, 7th Edition, Tata McGraw
-
Hills Co.,
Ltd.,1993



3.
Rudramoorthy

.R., “Thermal Engineering”, 5th reprint, Tata McGraw
-
Hills Co.,


Ltd., 2003
.

REFERENCES


1.Mayhew, A. and Rogers, B., “Engineering Thermodynamics”, Longman Green
& Co. Ltd., London, E.L.B.S. Edition, 1990.




2. Van
Wylen
, G.J. and Sonntag, R.E., “Fundamentals of Classical
Thermodynamics (
S.I.Version
)”, 2nd Edition, 1986.




3.
Yunus

A.Cengal
., “Thermodynamics an Engineering Approach”, Third
Edition, Tata McGraw
-
Hill Co. Ltd., 2002.

ASSIGNMENT TOPICS



Otto



Diesel
-

Dual

combustion




First

Law

&

second

law

of

thermodynamics



Clausius

statement



Brayton

combustion

cycles




Actual

and

theoretical

P
-
V

diagrams



Rankine

cycles



Principles

of

refrigeration



Air

conditioning



Working

principle

of

compressors


SEMINOR TOPICS



Otto


Diesel
-

Brayton Cycles


Simple Jet Propulsion system


Thrust rocket motor


Principles of refrigeration and



Principles of air conditioning


Working principles of Compressor


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