NEM2201 - Thermodynamics 1
|1.||Analysis the various concepts of refrigeration, and determine the performance of ideal and actual refrigeration systems;|
|2.||Deep understanding of the various concepts of air-conditioning processes, and analysis the energy and mass balances in air-conditioning systems;|
|3.||Review and analysis of the various cycles related to petrol engines, diesel engines, gas turbines, and jet engines and determine their performances under ideal and real engineering conditions;|
|4.||Review and analysis of the various cycles related to steam power cycles, determine their performance in large power stations, and recommendations of performance improvement existing power stations; and|
|5.||Acquire the knowledge and skills in develop the combustion equations and determine the air to fuel ratio and flame temperature.|
|Test||Class Test 1; calculations, sketches||25%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Experiment and Report on Refrigeration; calculations, sketches||20%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Experiment and Report on Air Conditioning; calculations, sketches||25%|
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