Completion of 240 credit points
|1.||Analyse the heat transfer in steady heat conduction for plane, cylindrical and spherical surfaces;|
|2.||Analyse the heat transfer for forced heat convection in laminar and turbulent flows and for internal and external surfaces;|
|3.||Generate CFD models of simple, verifiable geometries with predictable results and of complex geometries with unknown flow fields;|
|4.||Critically evaluate the validity of CFD results and interpret their meaning; and|
|5.||Model heat removal systems using CFD and interpret results indicating necessary adjustments.|
|Exercise||The ability of analysing steady heat conduction problems.||15%|
|Test||Test on the understanding of the theory of Heat Transfer||35%|
|Assignment||Application of CFD for solving electro and mechanical problems||25%|
|Test||Theory on Computational Fluid Dynamics and in class CFD simulations||25%|
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