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# IIT MMAE 321 - MMAE 321 Applied Thermodynamics – REQUIRED ME program

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Contribution to Professional Component: Engineering science 80% Engineering design 20%Prepared by: Francisco Ruiz, June 2002, last revision Spring 2008MMAE 321 Applied Thermodynamics – REQUIRED ME programCatalog Data: Analysis of thermodynamic systems, including energy analysis; analysis and design of power and refrigeration cycles; gas mixtures and chemically reacting systems; chemical equilibrium; combustion and fuel cells. Prerequisites: MMAE 320, MATH 251. Corequisite: MMAE 310. (3-0-3)Textbook: Thermodynamics - w/DVD, Cengel & Boles, 6th, 2008, McGraw HillObjectives: In this course, we deal with practical engineering systems where the concepts learned in MMAE-320,Thermodynamics, are applied. We discuss further consequences of the 1st and 2nd laws of Thermodynamics and the concept of exergy, which derives from these. Engine cycles and air-conditioning are presented, as well as the particularities of real gases and mixtures, combustion, and equilibrium. Compressible flow (which is in the textbook) is left for a specialized course.Prerequisites by topic: MMAE-320 ThermodynamicsLearning Objectives:Sat the end of the course, students should be able to:1. use the concept of availability to analyze engineering systems, both closed (cylinders) and open (steady state flow systems)2. analyze different types of cycles used in refrigeration and power generation; determine what is needed to optimize a cycle, given the available components3. calculate the properties of gas mixtures, starting from those of the components4. use the psychrometric chart and the thermodynamic tables for the analysis of air conditioning systems5. calculate heats of reaction and flame temperatures in combustion processes6. deduce the general equations for chemical equilibrium, and apply them to combustion processesSchedule: 1 hr 15 minutes, twice each week.Contribution to Professional Component: Engineering science 80% Engineering design 20%65Relationship of Course to ABET Outcomes:ABETCriterion Program Outcome Status3a Apply knowledge of math, engineering, science 33b Design and conduct experiments -3b Analyze and interpret data 13c Design system, component, or process to meet needs 23d Function on multi-disciplinary teams -3e Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems 33f Understand professional and ethical responsibility 13g Communicate effectively 13h Broad education -3i Recognize need for life-long learning -3j Knowledge of contemporary issues -3k Use techniques, skills, and tools in engineering practice 2Prepared by: Francisco Ruiz, June 2002, last revision Spring

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