ENERGY SYSTEMS &THERMOFLUIDS 3.0/3.1Module introduction & Assessment overview      Keith Vaugh BEng (AERO) MEng
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TIMELINE
AIMThe practical and theoretical aspects and theThermodynamic Laws with an emphasis onthe processes, the environment and s...
} LEARNINGOUTCOMES
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniques            vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and            thermofluidic ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic andthermofluidic systemsDemonstrate an ab...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and                                     ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and                                     ...
Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and                                     ...
Required TextsTitle Fundamentals of Thermal Fluid SciencesAuthor Yunus A. Cengel, Robert H.Turner, John M. CimbalaPublishe...
THIS WILL BE ANOPEN BOOK EXAM!
Tackling my Exam   Questions
Approach to SolvingProblemsNeed to learn how to make better decisionsAbility to identify required solutions will eventuall...
InitialInformation
InitialInformation
Draw Diagram              to Show System   InitialInformation
Draw Diagram              to Show System   InitialInformation
Draw Diagram              to Show System   InitialInformation                    List Known and                    Unknown...
Draw Diagram              to Show System   InitialInformation                    List Known and                    Unknown...
Draw Diagram                       to Show System   InitialInformation                                List Known and      ...
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Draw Diagram                                       to Show System   InitialInformation                                    ...
Draw Diagram                                       to Show System   InitialInformation                                    ...
Draw Diagram                                       to Show System   InitialInformation                                    ...
Diagram RepresentingSituationSummarises multiple concepts to get the bigger pictureHelps clarify the problem in more detai...
Tackling the ProblemData List all known data Leave Labelled spaces to enter additional values Identify those needed for so...
Tackling the ProblemEquations List any equ. you think maybe of use Note equ’s applying to only one part of problem Tick it...
Tackling the ProblemDeriving a solution Write down full algebraic formula before using values Write values in same layout ...
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT    The conversion of energy from one form to another often    affects the environment and the air w...
Pollutants emitted during the combustion of fossilfuels are responsible for smog, acid rain, andglobal warming.The environ...
Source: http://www.energybulletin.net/node/37329
SOAP BOX ProjectEnergy: An engineers ethical responsibility                                     (not to be focused solely ...
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  • SSL1 Energy Systems & Thermofluids 2011

    1. 1. ENERGY SYSTEMS &THERMOFLUIDS 3.0/3.1Module introduction & Assessment overview Keith Vaugh BEng (AERO) MEng
    2. 2. elearning.ait.iewww.keithvaugh.comwww.facebook.com/keith.vaughwww.twitter.com/keithvaughwww.vimeopro.com/keithvaugh/ait
    3. 3. TIMELINE
    4. 4. AIMThe practical and theoretical aspects and theThermodynamic Laws with an emphasis onthe processes, the environment and society areexplored. Candidates develop theirunderstanding of the laws of Thermodynamicsthrough an integrated and applied approach. }The module contains theoretical, practical andempirical material.
    5. 5. } LEARNINGOUTCOMES
    6. 6. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems } LEARNINGOUTCOMES
    7. 7. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } LEARNINGOUTCOMES
    8. 8. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } Demonstrate an ability to identify problems, LEARNING formulations and solutionsOUTCOMES
    9. 9. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } Demonstrate an ability to identify problems, LEARNING formulations and solutionsOUTCOMES Have detailed understanding of the social, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional engineer and how to apply their knowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidic systems on the environment.
    10. 10. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } Demonstrate an ability to identify problems, LEARNING formulations and solutionsOUTCOMES Have detailed understanding of the social, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional engineer and how to apply their knowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidic systems on the environment. Work effectively in Teams
    11. 11. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } Demonstrate an ability to identify problems, LEARNING formulations and solutionsOUTCOMES Have detailed understanding of the social, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional engineer and how to apply their knowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidic systems on the environment. Work effectively in Teams Communicate effectively with the general public
    12. 12. Identify, interpret and apply the uniques vocabulary associated with thermodynamic and thermofluidic systems Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics } Demonstrate an ability to identify problems, LEARNING formulations and solutionsOUTCOMES Have detailed understanding of the social, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional engineer and how to apply their knowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidic systems on the environment. Work effectively in Teams Communicate effectively with the general public Demonstrate an ability to conduct comprehensive experimental studies
    13. 13. Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic andthermofluidic systemsDemonstrate an ability to apply knowledge ofbasic sciences and engineering to in the areas ofThermodynamics and Fluid MechanicsDemonstrate an ability to identify problems,formulations and solutionsHave detailed understanding of the social, globaland environmental responsibilities of theprofessional engineer and how to apply theirknowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidicsystems on the environment.Work effectively in TeamsCommunicate effectively with the general publicDemonstrate an ability to conductcomprehensive experimental studies
    14. 14. Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and }thermofluidic systemsDemonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of Final Terminal Exambasic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Continuous AssessmentThermodynamics and Fluid MechanicsDemonstrate an ability to identify problems,formulations and solutionsHave detailed understanding of the social, globaland environmental responsibilities of theprofessional engineer and how to apply theirknowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidicsystems on the environment.Work effectively in TeamsCommunicate effectively with the general publicDemonstrate an ability to conductcomprehensive experimental studies
    15. 15. Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and }thermofluidic systemsDemonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of Final Terminal Exambasic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Continuous AssessmentThermodynamics and Fluid MechanicsDemonstrate an ability to identify problems,formulations and solutionsHave detailed understanding of the social, globaland environmental responsibilities of theprofessional engineer and how to apply theirknowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidicsystems on the environment. } Soap Box Assignment (due week 6)Work effectively in TeamsCommunicate effectively with the general publicDemonstrate an ability to conductcomprehensive experimental studies
    16. 16. Identify, interpret and apply the uniquesvocabulary associated with thermodynamic and }thermofluidic systemsDemonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of Final Terminal Exambasic sciences and engineering to in the areas of Continuous AssessmentThermodynamics and Fluid MechanicsDemonstrate an ability to identify problems,formulations and solutionsHave detailed understanding of the social, globaland environmental responsibilities of theprofessional engineer and how to apply theirknowledge to reduce the impact of thermofluidicsystems on the environment. } Soap Box Assignment (due week 6) }Work effectively in TeamsCommunicate effectively with the general public Experiments (1 week later)Demonstrate an ability to conductcomprehensive experimental studies
    17. 17. Required TextsTitle Fundamentals of Thermal Fluid SciencesAuthor Yunus A. Cengel, Robert H.Turner, John M. CimbalaPublisher McGraw HillISBN 978 0 07 352925
    18. 18. THIS WILL BE ANOPEN BOOK EXAM!
    19. 19. Tackling my Exam Questions
    20. 20. Approach to SolvingProblemsNeed to learn how to make better decisionsAbility to identify required solutions will eventually let you downHard to step back after starting on detailSetting up is key so invest time and effort
    21. 21. InitialInformation
    22. 22. InitialInformation
    23. 23. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation
    24. 24. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation
    25. 25. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation List Known and Unknown Data
    26. 26. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation List Known and Unknown Data dat d for e nee a duc Re
    27. 27. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation List Known and Unknown Data dat d for e nee a duc Re Decide and List Assumptions
    28. 28. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation List Known and Unknown Data dat d for e nee ols s a to e ct valu duc Se find Re le to Decide and List Assumptions
    29. 29. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation List Known and Unknown Data Develop List of Equations dat d for e nee ols s a to e ct valu duc Se find Re le to Decide and List Assumptions
    30. 30. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation ich a ta wh Tick d found can be List Known and Unknown Data Develop List of Equations dat d for e nee ols s a to e ct valu duc Se find Re le to Decide and List Assumptions
    31. 31. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation ich a ta wh Tick d found can be List Known and Unknown Data Develop List of Equations dat d for e nee ols s a to e ct valu duc Se find Re ess le to Decide and List P roc Assumptions ra tive Ite
    32. 32. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation ich a ta wh Tick d found can be List Known and Unknown Data Develop List of Equations dat d for e nee ols s a to e ct valu duc Se find Re ess le to Decide and List P roc Assumptions ra tive Ite
    33. 33. Draw Diagram to Show System InitialInformation ich a ta wh Tick d found can be List Known and Unknown Data Develop List of Equations dat d for e nee Calculate ols s a to e ct valu duc Solution Se find Re ess le to Decide and List P roc Assumptions ra tive Ite
    34. 34. Diagram RepresentingSituationSummarises multiple concepts to get the bigger pictureHelps clarify the problem in more detailForces questions to be askedAllows additional information to be addedProvides reference to maintain or regain perspective on the uniqueproblem being addressed
    35. 35. Tackling the ProblemData List all known data Leave Labelled spaces to enter additional values Identify those needed for solution Update data listAssumptions List all assumptions systematically Review assumptions at end to ensure still reasonable
    36. 36. Tackling the ProblemEquations List any equ. you think maybe of use Note equ’s applying to only one part of problem Tick items which equ’s enable you to find Repeat until find all items needed to solve the problem
    37. 37. Tackling the ProblemDeriving a solution Write down full algebraic formula before using values Write values in same layout as algebraic formula Write brief description of what you are doing Add new assumptions to list Review assumptions to check if still valid May need to repeat some calculations
    38. 38. ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT The conversion of energy from one form to another often affects the environment and the air we breathe in many ways, and thus the study of energy is not complete without considering its impact on the environment. }
    39. 39. Pollutants emitted during the combustion of fossilfuels are responsible for smog, acid rain, andglobal warming.The environmental pollution has reached such highlevels that it became a serious threat to vegetation,wild life, and human health.
    40. 40. Source: http://www.energybulletin.net/node/37329
    41. 41. SOAP BOX ProjectEnergy: An engineers ethical responsibility (not to be focused solely on renewables)• 10 minute presentation PLUS report (3200 words)• use of illustrations, pictures, quotes, etc… is encouraged• all sources must be referenced• due - 12th of October - Uploaded to Moodle (powerpoint and report)• class presentation to be scheduled
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