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1 Spring 2015 MECH 2311 INTRODUCTION TO THERMAL FLUID SCIENCES Course Description Instructor An introduction to basic concepts of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to include properties, property relationships, states, and fluids. Presentation of the basic equations of thermalfluid science, continuity, first and second laws of thermodynamics, and momentum. Prerequisites are MATH 1312 Calculus II with a grade of C or better. Norman Love, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering address: Office: Engineering (Annex) Building A110 Office hours: F pm or by Appointment Office Phone: Textbook Fundamentals of ThermalFluid Sciences Fourth Edition (2012) by Yunus Cengel, John Cimbala, and Robert Turner McGraw Hill Course Content 1. Introduction the Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 2. Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics a. Systems and Control Volumes b. Properties of a System c. Density and Specific Gravity d. State and Equilibrium e. Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics f. Pressure g. The Manometer 3. Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis a. Forms of Energy b. Energy Transfer by Heat c. Energy Transfer by Work d. Mechanical Forms of Work e. First Law of Thermodynamics f. Energy Conversion Efficiencies 4. Properties of Pure Substances a. Phases of a Pure Substance b. PhaseChange Processes of Pure Substances c. Property Diagrams for PhaseChange Processes d. Property Tables e. The IdealGas Equation

2 5. Energy Analysis of Closed Systems a. Moving Boundary Work b. Energy Balance for Closed Systems c. Specific Heats d. Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and Specific Heats of Ideal Gases e. Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and Specific Heats of Liquids 6. Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes a. Conservation of Mass b. Flow Work and the Energy of a Flowing Fluid c. Energy Analysis of SteadyFlow Systems 7. The Second Law of Thermodynamics a. Introduction to the second law b. Thermal Energy Reservoirs c. Heat Engines d. Refrigerators and Pumps e. Reversible and Irreversible Processes f. The Carnot Cycle g. The Carnot Principles h. Thermodynamic Temperature Scale i. Carnot Heat Engine j. The Carnot Refrigerator and Pump 8. Introduction to Properties of Fluids a. The NoSlip Condition b. Classification of Fluid Flows c. Viscosity 9. Fluid Statics a. Introduction to Fluid Statics b. Hydrostatic Forces on Submerged Plane Surfaces 10. Bernoulli and Energy Equations a. The Bernoulli Equation b. General Energy Equation c. Energy Analysis of Steady Flows 11. Momentum Analysis a. Newton s Laws b. Choosing a Control Volume c. Forces Acting on a Control Volume d. The Reynolds Transport Theorem e. The Linear Momentum Equation

3 Grading Quizzes Tests (4 given 3 best will count) 300 Possible Points 400 A (400360): B (359320): C (319280): D (279240): F (239 and Below) There will be ten quizzes and four 80minute tests. There will be no makeups for the tests or quizzes. Your lowest test grade will be dropped. Major Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Understand concepts of temperature, pressure, and energy 2. Evaluate properties of pure substances and use property data for solving problems 3. Apply the principles of conservation of mass and energy to closed and open systems 4. Understand and apply the second law of thermodynamics, including concepts such as irreversibility and Carnot cycle 5. Understand the basic concepts of fluid mechanics and properties such as viscosity and surface tension 6. Solve fluid statics problems 7. Apply the Bernoulli and energy equations 8. Apply the conservation of linear momentum to control volumes Policy for Quizzes Quizzes will be based on helping you study for both the Fundamental of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineering (PE) exams ( I recommend that you use an approved calculator similar to what you will use for your certification exams for all your work since this will help you learn how to use all the features of your calculator. These calculators include Casio: All fx115 models. Any Casio calculator must contain fx115 in its model name, Hewlett Packard: The HP 33s and HP 35s models, and Texas Instruments: All TI30X and TI36X models. ABET Program Outcomes Impacted This class significantly addresses the following ABET objectives: (a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering (b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data (e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

4 Academic dishonesty All graded materials must represent the student s individual work. Scholastic dishonesty is the attempt of any student to present as his or her own work of another, or any work which he has not honestly performed, or attempting to pass any examination by improper means. Scholastic dishonesty is a serious offense and will not be accepted. Academic misconducts will be handled according to the current university policy. Reasonable Accommodation Policy: If you need classroom accommodation, please contact The Center for Accommodations and Support Services (CASS) at , or by to or visit the office located in UTEP Union East, Room 106. For additional information, please visit the CASS website at Department of Mechanical Engineering Safety Statement The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at El Paso is committed to a model of excellence in education that includes providing a safe and healthy environment for its students, staff, faculty and the general public. Our goal is to maximize education and research training that can only occur if you, the individual, minimize hazards and risks. This can be done by: Providing adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from any and all activities; Consulting with employees on matters affecting their health and safety Providing and maintaining safe laboratories and equipment; Ensuring safe handling and use of substance; Ensuring all employees are competent to do their task and have adequate training; and Maintaining clean, safe and healthy working conditions The principal investigator or individual in charge of each laboratory is ultimately responsible for safety in that respective lab. This includes training and ultimate release of the laboratory. Within the Department, we hold every employee (staff, faculty, student) responsible for implementing our safety practices and our departmental safety policy. We hold every employee (staff, faculty, student) responsible for providing leadership within our department to establish effective environmental safety and occupational health standards.

5 TENTATIVE CLASS SCHEDULE MEETING TIME: MW pm MEETING LOCATION: Physical Science Building 208 Week Dates Chapter(s) Read Sections 1 01/19 01/21 UNIVERSITY CLOSED JANUARY 19 MLK DAY SelfStudy Problems Scheduled and DUE Nothing due this week 1 Intro /26 01/28 2 Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics , 241, 243, 247 Chapter 2 Cont. 3 02/02 02/04 3 Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis , 258, 260, , 313, 315, 316, 317, 328, 335, 336, 337, 338 Quiz 1 01/28 Covering Ch. 2 Chapter 3 Cont. 4 02/09 02/11 Finish Chapter , 348, 349, 358, 366, 367, 370 Understand Tv, Pv, and PT Diagrams Quiz 2 02/04 Covering Ch. 3 4 Properties of Pure Substances , 433, 438, 439, 442, 443, 444 Quiz 3 02/11 Covering Ch. 3

6 5 02/16 02/18 Test Review 1 Chapters 24 Week 14 Readings Week 14 SelfStudy Problems 6 02/23 02/25 4 Properties of Pure Substances , 459, 460, 463, 464, 465, 475, 476, 478, 481, 482, 483 TEST 1 02/18 Chapters 2 4 Chapter 4 Cont. 7 03/02 03/04 Finish Chapter , 489 Quiz 4 02/25 Covering Ch. 4 5 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems , 58, 5 9, 512, 5 16, 530, 5 32, 533, 5 35 Quiz 5 03/04 Covering Ch. 4 SPRING BREAK MARCH 9 MARCH /16 03/18 5 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems , 556, 565, 566, 568, 569, 578, 579, 585, Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes , 614, 6 15, 620, 6 28, 636 Quiz 6 03/18 Covering Ch. 5

7 9 03/23 03/25 Test Review 2 Chapters 4 and 5 Week 68 Readings Week 68 SelfStudy Problems 10 03/30 04/01 University Closed March 31 Cesar Chavez Birthday 6 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes Finish Chapter , 648, 660, 671, 675, 677, 693, 6107, 6108 TEST 2 03/25 Chapters 4 and 5 Quiz 7 04/01 Covering Ch. 6 University Closed April 3 Good Friday 11 04/06 04/08 Course Drop Deadline April 6 Chapter 7 Second Law of Thermodynamics Chapter 7 Cont /13 04/15 Finish Chapter , 720, 721, 722, 742, 743, 777, 778, 779, 790, 791, 794, 796 Quiz 8 04/08 Covering Chap. 6 Chapter 10 Introduction and Properties of Fluids 13 04/20 04/22 Test Review 3 Chapters 6 and Week 1012 Readings 1012, 10 28, 1041, 1043 Week 1012 SelfStudy Problems Quiz 9 04/15 Covering Ch. 7 TEST 3 04/22 Chapters 6 and 7

8 14 04/27 04/29 Chapter 11 Fluid Statics , 1110, 1114, Chapter 12 Bernoulli and Energy Equations 15 05/04 05/06 Finish Chapter , 12 17, 1226, 1231, 12 32, , 12 50, 1251, 1252, 12 54, 1255, 1260, Quiz 10 04/29 Covering Ch. 11 Nothing due this week Chapter Momentum Analysis of Flow Systems 16 FINAL EXAM (TEST 4) Friday May 15 th 100 pm345 pm 1319, 13 20, 1325, 1332

9 MECH 2311 YouTube Videos Table of Contents Topic Chapter(s) Lecture Link Number Introduction Basic Concepts Thermodynamics Energy, Energy Transfer, and Analysis Properties of Pure Substances Chapter 2 Chapter ZWgYO0Fg Chapter 3 Chapter Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Part 3 Chapter 4 Part 4 Chapter 4 Part

10 Topic Chapter(s) Lecture Link Number Energy Analysis of a Closed Chapter System Chapter Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes Second Law of Thermodynamics Properties of Fluids Fluid Statics Bernoulli and Energy Equations Momentum Analysis of Flow Systems Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter

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