Provides a computational study in the practical application of thermodynamic and fluid systems concepts. Includes a brief case study of a fluid system and an on-site visit to an operational fluid system plant. Lecture 1 hour per week.
GENERAL COURSE PURPOSE
This course will provide the student a basic understanding of the application of thermodynamic and fluid systems
ENTRY LEVEL COMPETENCIES
This course is taken concurrently with MEC 255. Requires proficiency in solving multi-variable algebraic expressions, engineering statics problems, and using dimensional analysis. Prerequisite is MTH 115 and demonstrated proficiency with logarithmic functions.
The student will understand applications of thermodynamic and fluid systems concepts and be able to explain differences between theoretical calculations and real applications.
MAJOR TOPICS TO BE INCLUDED