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 Course module: 202000109
 202000109Engineering Thermodynamics 1 & Modelling and Programming 2
 Course info Schedule
Course module202000109
Credits (ECTS)4
Course typeStudy Unit
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact persondr. G.G.M. Stoffels
E-mailg.g.m.stoffels@utwente.nl
Lecturer(s)
 Lecturer dr. C. Acar Lecturer dr.ir. G.T. Havinga Examiner dr. G.G.M. Stoffels Contactperson for the course dr. G.G.M. Stoffels
Starting block
 1B
RemarksPart of module 2 B-ME
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
 Aims
 body { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } table { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } Learning objectives Engineering Thermodynamics 1 After the course, the student will be able to: explain thermodynamic concepts, processes and definitions. distinguish different kinds of thermodynamic energies and mathematically describe how these can be transformed into each other. declare and explain the behavior of fluids and gasses at different temperatures and pressures and draw and interpret phase diagrams. apply the concept of entropy in analyzing thermodynamic systems. explain the laws of thermodynamics, apply these to thermodynamic systems and interpret the effects. recognize a complicated (combined) thermodynamic system to produce work and/or heat/cold and explain the configuration. analyze the thermodynamic aspects of a complicated (combined) thermodynamic system from the viewpoint of the first law of thermodynamics. interpret the results of the analysis of a thermodynamic system, evaluate them and suggest adaptions to the system to improve it. Learning Objectives Modelling and Programming 2 After the course, the student will be able to: write functions with multiple inputs and outputs. use MATLAB built-in functions for plotting 3D data. define and use structure variables. draw Sankey and Grassmann diagrams using MATLAB. use the debugging mode to debug scripts and functions solve thermodynamic problems and draw thermodynamic diagrams using XSteam
 Content
 body { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } table { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } This is a part of module 2, ME 2 Energy and Materials of the Bachelor Mechanical Engineering.. See here for the compete description of the module.            Content Engineering Thermodynamics 1 Thermodynamics is a fascinating and exciting subject that deals with different forms of energy and their transformations, including work and heat/cold. It can be seen as the science of energy. The application area is very broad, ranging from chemical reactions and microscopic organisms to common household applications, like heating and cooling, as well as transportation vehicles and aircrafts or industrial installations like power plants for the generation of power and heat. Engineering thermodynamics is the application of thermodynamics to solve technical problems in the area of mechanical engineering. In practice, engineers use thermodynamics for the design of systems and installations used to transform energy into a different kind of energy. Think about steam power plants to produce electricity and heat, gas turbines for aircraft propulsion, internal combustion engines for cars, and systems for cooling or heating, but also more complex systems with various functions such as the combined production of heat/cooling and electricity. The course starts with the introduction of the thermodynamic conceptual framework, different forms of energy, and an introduction to the concept of entropy. The first law (energy conservation) and the second law (entropy growth) of thermodynamics, are discussed. After all the tools have been reviewed, thermodynamic cycles for the production of labor (electricity) and heat/cold are being built. Aimed is towards a rapid application of the matter so that can be started with the project. The theoretical background and the formal meaning or derivation of formulas and concepts follows in the next module, where the course of Engineering Thermodynamics will be continued. Content Modelling and Programming 2 In this part of the Modelling and Programming line, writing functions, using structures and plotting 3D data is discussed. Also, practicing to debug errors in the code will be covered. The course has a link with the Thermodynamics course, and therefore the package XSteam will be introduced, which can be used to solve thermodynamic problems. MATLAB will also be used to draw flow diagrams (Sankey and Grassmann) that are needed in the project Analysis of an Energy System Non-ME students can take this course if they meet the entry requirements. For non-ME students it is also possible to do only the Engineering Thermodynamics 1 part for3 ec, 2022001388 - Engineering Thermodynamics 1 – PB that is also taken by ME pre-master students.
Assumed previous knowledge
 Calculus 1AModeling and Programming 1
 Module
 Module 2
 Participating study
 Bachelor Mechanical Engineering
Required materials
Book
 Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach, Y.A. Cengel, M.A. Boles and M. Kanoglu. Mc Graw Hill (will also be used in module 3) ISBN: 978-9-81-315787- 3
Canvas
 Thermo Lecture slide and video’s
Canvas
 Thermo Study Problems & Answers, Thermo quiz
Canvas
 ModPro Material
Recommended materials
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Instructional modes
Assessment
 Presence duty Yes

Assignment
 Presence duty Yes

Lecture
 Presence duty Yes

Practical
 Presence duty Yes

Tutorial
 Presence duty Yes

Tests
 Bonus Exam Engineering Thermodynamics 1 Assignment Modelling and Programming 2
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