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Course Name
Turkish Termodinamik
English Thermodynamics
Course Code
UCK 212E Credit Lecture
Semester 4
4 4 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Melike Nikbay
Course Objectives Main objective of this course to prepare the students to effectively use the first and the second laws of thermodynamics in every kind of engineering applications
Course Description Concepts and definitions. Pure material and P-v-T properties. Work, heat, state and change of state. Quasi-equilibrium processes. Energy transfer by heat, work and mass. The first law of Thermodynamics for closed and open systems. Internal energy, enthalpy and specific heats. The second law of Thermodynamics for closed and open systems. Entropy. Steady-State and Steady-Flow processes. Uniform-State and Uniform-Flow processes. Exergy (availability) and irreversibility. Gas power cycles. Ideal Air-standard cycles. Vapor and combined power cycles. Refrigeration cycles.
Course Outcomes The expected outputs of the UCK 212 Thermodynamics class of the Aeronautical engineering and the Astronautical engineering departments students are shown below:
1.Understanding of Thermodynamics laws and the concept of material and their properties. (a1,c1,e1,h1,i1,j1,k1)*
2.Understanding of the application of the first law of Thermodynamics, work and heat concepts to the engineering problems. (a3,c2,e3,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
3.Understanding the second law of thermodynamics, principle of entropy and reality of cycles. (a3,c3,e3,f1,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
4.Understanding the principles of availability and work destruction. (a3,c3,e3,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
5.Understanding power cycles, the differences between ideal and real cases, and application basis of these to the engines of aircraft and space vehicles. (a3,c3,e3,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
6.Understanding of the basic principles of steam and combined power systems. (a3,c3,e3,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
7.Understanding of the basic principles of refrigeration systems. (a3,c3,e3,h2,i2,j1,k2)*
Pre-requisite(s) KIM101, FIZ102, FIZ106, MAT201, MAT101, MAT103
Required Facilities
Textbook Çengel Y. A. and Boles, M.A.: Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, McGraw Hill, 7th ed in SI units., 2011.
Other References 1. Sonntag, Borgnakke, Van Wylen: Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, 6th ed., Wiley 2004
2. E. Fermi, Thermodynamics, Dover Publishing, 1956
3. E. Schrödinger, Statistical Thermodynamics, Dover Publishing 1952
4. R. Feynman, Lectures on Physics, Addison Wesley, 1964
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