Fluid Mechanics is a fundamental course in mechanical engineering. The objective of the course is to introduce the mechanical engineering students an understanding of the physical mechanisms involved in fluid flows. The topics covered include dimensions and units, fundamental concepts in fluids, fluid static, control volume, conservation of mass and...
The Thermal-Fluid Systems course is designed to give students proficiency in fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics, as well as the mathematical and computational tools needed to work in these disciplines. It is also designed to provide students the opportunity to pursue in-depth study in each of these broad disciplines,...
Thermodynamics is the study of energy and its transfers though work. It is the link between heat and mechanical exertion. Once students have a solid grasp on thermodynamic concepts, they should be able to understand why certain mechanisms work the way they do, determine how much work they can put...
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Experimental and Simulation (using CyclePad software)of: Performance of multi-stage reciprocating air compressor, Performance of spark ignition (SI) and compression ignition (CI) engines, Exhaust-gas analysis, Air conditioning system (cooling and de-humidification), Performance of gas turbine.
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The objective of the ME 3870 course is to run relatively simple thermo-fluids experiments, obtain the data and analyze the information. Students are expected to be able to perform temperature, pressure, flow rate, thermal conductivities and thermal performance through experiments. This course help students to improve understanding of the principles...
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