Mechanical Engineering
 

Intermediate Thermodynamics

Intermediate Thermodynamics
Review of first and second law analysis; exergy; equations of state and other thermodynamic relations; properties of mixtures and multiphase systems; chemical reactions and equilibrium.
ME EN
521
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesME EN 321
 RecommendedMe En 422.
 TaughtWinter even years
 ProgramsContaining ME EN 521
Course Outcomes: 

Energy Equation

Be able to use the energy equation to analyze and evaluate thermodynamic systems. Be able to creatively use the energy equation in engineering applications.

Exergy Equation

Be able to use the exergy equation to analyze and evaluate thermodynamic systems. Be able to creatively use the exergy equation in engineering applications.

Finding Thermodynamic Properties and Applying Equations of S

Understand how thermodynamic properties are found and be able to apply equations of state to determine properties.

Determining Equilibrium and Applying to Systems

Understand the principles for determining equilibrium and apply those principles in gas phase and two-phase two component systems.

Statistical Thermodynamics

Understand and be aware of principles of statistical thermodynamics.