MJ3116 Engineering Thermodynamics 7.5 credits
Education cycleThird cycle
Main field of study
Grading scaleP, F
At present this course is not scheduled to be offered.
Intended learning outcomes
To broaden as well as deepening understanding in the field of thermodynamics and facilitate training in modeling and problem solving related to engineering thermodynamics.
Course main content
The laws of thermodynamics, systems & general relationships, Classical thermodynamics with applications in energy technology, and Cycles. Control volumes and Units, Pure substance behavior, Energy transfers, Energy equation for a control mass, Energy equation for a control volume, Classical second law of thermodynamics, Entropy for a control mass, Entropy equation for a control volume, Exergy analysis, Power and refrigeration systems-with phase change, Power and refrigeration systems-gaseous working fluids, Ideal gas mixtures, Thermodynamic property relations, Combustion, Phase and chemical equilibrium, compressible flow.
Course is given in the form of 8 seminars. During these seminars students present thermodynamic theory and various concepts are discussed thoroghly.
Students can chose to be examined by developing a conference or a journal publication. Each topic project should be reviewed by another student. Presence during the seminar is compulsory.
The undergraduate course in Applied thermodynamics MJ1112 or similar. Undergraduate courses in heat transfer and fluid mechanics.
Fundamentals of thermodynamics,Claus Borgnakke R.E Sonntag, Seventh Edition, John Wiley and Sons.
Other books may be considered.
- SEM1 - Seminars, 5.0, grading scale: P, F
- SEM2 - Seminars, 2.5, grading scale: P, F
Requirements for final grade
Accepted journal or conference paper, approved lecture presentation, passed report and presentation at seminar 6-8 and active participation during all course activities.
Per Lundqvist (email@example.com)
Per Lundqvist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Course syllabus valid from: Spring 2019.
Examination information valid from: Spring 2019.