Course Title: Thermodynamics 3
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2010
Course Code: OENG5198
Course Title: Thermodynamics 3
School: 130T Engineering (TAFE)
Campus: City Campus
Program: C6016 - Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Principal Technical Officer)
Course Contact : Program Manager
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4468
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Phone :- 99254667
Nominal Hours: 60
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
The following modules (or equivalents) should be preferably completed prior to, or in conjunction with, this module:
 EA 001 Calculus
 EA 714 Thermodynamics 1
 EB 711 Thermodynamics 2
The purpose of this module is to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to effectively carry out the engineering calculations needed for the selection and performance appraisal of the equipment associated with internal combustion engines, steam power stations, gas turbines and air conditioning plant. The module builds on to concepts learnt in Thermodynamics 1 & 2 and also facilitates articulation to Degree courses in Engineering (Mechanical & Manufacturing).
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
VBG877 Thermodynamics 3
On completion of this module the learner should be able to:
1. Apply the First Law of Thermodynamics to simple non-flow and steady flow engineering applications (Review of basic concepts).
2. Apply the First Law of Thermodynamics to solve engineering problems relating to reversible and irreversible processes for perfect gases and vapours (Review of basic concepts).
3. Perform the necessary engineering computations required to evaluate the performance and efficiency of practical Reciprocating Air-Compressors.
4. Apply the Second law of Thermodynamics to simple non-flow and steady flow engineering applications.
5. Perform the necessary engineering computations required to evaluate the performance and efficiency of practical Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines and hence select suitable equipment.
6. Perform the necessary engineering computations required to evaluate the performance and efficiency of practical Steam Plants and hence select suitable equipment.
7. Perform the necessary engineering computations required to evaluate the performance and efficiency of practical Gas Turbine Plants and hence select suitable equipment.
8. Perform the necessary engineering computations required to evaluate the performance and efficiency of practical Air-Conditioning Plants and hence select suitable equipment.
Details of Learning Activities
Class room lecturing, problem solving with different data"s and parameters and Applying mathmatical steps. Students will be educated to thing and analyse the data available and find the solution. Refer the steam tables, entropy and enthalpy chart to analyse the steam characters.
|session no and date||topics||learning out come|
|1-08-09-2010||Introduction to subject, assessement method briefing, reference books and first law of thermodynamics||1|
|2--15-09-2010||Apply the First Law of Thermodynamics to solve engineering problems relating to reversible and irreversible processes for perfect gases and vapours (Review of basic concepts).||2|
|5-06-10-2010||Introduction to second law of thermodynamics, concept of entropy and problem solving.||4|
|6-13-10-2010||Rankine cycle steam powerplant, reheat and regenerative cycle.||6|
|8-27-10-2010||I.c engines and Airconditioning plant.||5 and8|
|Please note the teaching scedule and exam are tentative dates. It may vary the date of exam and session teaching topics.|
Engineering Thermodynamics by Michael J. Moran and Howard N. Shapiro
In S-drive under Mechanical and manufacturing folder- Thermo-3 folder, All the class handouts, problem and solutions are available.
Class handouts and exercise are provided in the class.
Overview of Assessment
Assessment for this module will consist of the following:
Progressive written tests/assignments
End of module written exam
Assessment will be as follows.
1. one Assignment : - 20 Marks.
2. Main exam ( In MSAC or Storey Hall) :- 80 Marks. (please note that it will be a closed Book Exam)
Students please note that Exam will be Closed Book exam. Formula and Answering sheet will be provided in the exam hall.
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