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Course Name
Turkish Termodinamik
English Thermodynamics
Course Code
GID 212 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 4
4 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Yusuf Onur Devres
Fatma Ebru Fıratlıgil
Course Objectives Thermodynamics can be defined as the science of energy and conversion of energy to each other. Every engineering application related with the interactions between energy and mass is subjected to thermodynamics to a certain extent. Energy and mass transfers are widely used in food processes. The courses which examine in detail these processes need fundamental knowledge in thermodynamics. The objectives of the course are as follows:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts related to energy and mass balance.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the term of efficiency.
3. Apply fundamental knowledge on humid air where it is used as a medium during drying and preservation of foodstuffs.
4. Understand of vapor power and refrigeration cycles that are employed in food industry.
5. Apply thermodynamics to evaluate the processes.
Course Description Basic concepts in thermodynamics; properties of pure substances, the first law of thermodynamics in open and closed systems, definitions and processes related with humid air (psychrometry), the entropy and its importance in thermodynamics, the second law of thermodynamics in open and close systems, vapor power and refrigeration cycles, application of heat pumps in food industry.
Course Outcomes 1.Demonstrate a basic knowledge of unit operations as applied to food processing.
2.Demonstrate an ability to apply theoretical concepts into practical problem solving.
3.Analyze problems from different viewpoint.
4.Learn from mistakes and practices and continue improvement.
5.Demonstrate responsibility for creating own learning opportunities.
6.Apply logic in solving problems.
7.Handle unknowns or open-ended questions effectively.
8.Demonstrate an awareness of how what is learned in the classroom applies to industry.
9.Generate many potential solutions to a given problem.
10.Apply appropriate engineering tools and methods to solve problems.
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