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# Study guide 101

Timi Koya
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Intro to Econometrics
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Boul
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Date Created: 08/18/16
8­22­16 ME 231 – Section B – Carver 0268 (1:10 – 2:00 PM ­ MWF) Assignment Sheet – F 2016 Required course materials: Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 8e, M.J. Moran, H. N. Shapiro, D. D. Boettner, and M. B. Bailey, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Hoboken, 2014. IT: Interactive Thermodynamics, V 3.1, developed by Intellipro, Inc., to accompany Fundamentals of  Engineering Thermodynamics. Session Date Reading Topics 1 Aug 22 1.1­1.2 definitions, system description 2 24 1.3­1.5 units, volume, pressure 3 26 1.6­1.7 temperature, equilibrium, problem solving, design 4 29 2.1­2.2 kinetic and potential energy, work 5 31 2.3­2.4 system energy, heat transfer 6 Sep 2 2.5 closed system energy balance Sep 5 No Class – Labor Day 7 7 2.6 energy balances for cycles 8     9 3.1­3.2 fixing states, p­v­T relations 9 12 3.3­3.5 studying phase change, retrieving thermodynamic properties 10  14 ­ ­ ­ evaluating pressure, specific volume, and temperature 11 16 3.6­3.10 using property data and energy balances, liquid/solid properties 12 19 3.11 compressibility factor 13 21 3.12­3.13 ideal gas equation of state, ideal gas model 14 23 3.14 energy balances with ideal gases 15 26  3.15 polytropic process of ideal gases 16 28 ­ ­ ­ review 17 30 ­ ­ ­ Exam I 18 Oct 3 4.1­4.3 mass rate balances for control volumes 19 5 4.4 energy balances for control volumes 20   7 4.5­4.10 analysis of control volumes at steady state 21 10 4.11 analysis of integrated systems 22 12 4.12 transient control volume analysis 23 14 ­ ­ ­ transient control volume analysis 1 8­22­16 24 17 5.1­5.4 second law, reversible and irreversible processes 25 19 5.5­5.7 second law analysis of cycles 26 21 5.8­5.10 maximum performance of cycles  ME 231 – Fall, 2016 – Assignment Sheet (continued) Session Date Reading Topics 27 Oct     24 ­ ­ ­ review 28 26 ­ ­ ­ Exam II 29 28 6.1­6.5 evaluating entropy 30       31 6.6­6.8 internally reversible processes, closed system entropy balance 31 Nov     2 ­ ­ ­ applying the closed system entropy balance 32  4 6.9­6.10 entropy rate balance for control volumes 33 7 6.11­6.12 isentropic processes, isentropic efficiencies 34 9 6.13 internally reversible processes: control volumes 35 11 7.1­7.4 exergy and the closed system exergy balance 36 14 7.5 exergy analysis of control volumes at steady state 37 16 ­ ­ ­ review 38 18 ­ ­ ­ Exam III Thanksgiving Break November 21 ­ 25 39 28 8.1­8.2 vapor power systems, Rankine cycle 40 30 8.3­8.4 superheat, reheat, regeneration 42 Dec    2 8.5­8.6 other aspects of vapor cycles  42 5 ­ ­ ­ exergy case study 43 7 ­ ­ ­ review: Chapters 1­4 44 9 ­ ­ ­ review: Chapters 5­7 Final Exam: Thursday, December 15, 12:00 – 2:00 PM Plan to complete each reading assignment by the date listed.  Please bring your textbook to class, as  we often will need to refer to the book during class. 2

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