Thermodynamics 1 (ME 227.0)

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ME 227 01 September 2017 James Bugg
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ME 227 01 September 2016 James Bugg
ME 227 L01 September 2016 Shawn Reinink
ME 227 L03 September 2016 Shawn Reinink
ME 227 L05 September 2016 Shawn Reinink
ME 227 L07 September 2016 Shawn Reinink
ME 227 L09 September 2016 Shawn Reinink

Description

The fundamental mass and energy conservation laws and entropy balances are developed and applied to closed and open systems. The concepts of heat and work transfer between thermodynamic systems and their surroundings are discussed. The thermodynamic properties of common working substances are studied. These concepts are applied to the analysis of energy conversion systems. Thermal power plants and refrigeration systems are studied as specific examples. The course content is complemented by tutorials and laboratory experiments.

Prerequisite(s)

CHEM 114 and MATH 124 (taken).

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