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Intro to thermodynamics and pure substances
These notes are a combination of lecture notes and notes from the textbook Thermodynamics: An engineering approach. There are 81 pages which include definitions, explanations, diagrams, keywords are highlighted and there are a few example calculations provided as well. The topics in these notes are the basics, pressure, fluids, pure substances and the first law.
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Intro to thermodynamics and pure substances
Last document update: agoThese notes are a combination of lecture notes and notes from the textbook Thermodynamics: An engineering approach. There are 81 pages which include definitions, explanations, diagrams, keywords are highlighted and there are a few example calculations provided as well. The topics in these notes are the basics, pressure, fluids, pure substances and the first law.
Heat Transfer Day 3
These lecture notes include two class problems on conduction. The first problem shows one way to find the heat flux of an object with a given temperature distribution. The second problem shows how doubling a window's thickness can impact its rate of heat loss. The class notes give the heat conduction (Fourier's) equation in one dimension and the definition of the gradient operator (upsidedown delta).
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Heat Transfer Day 3
Last document update: agoThese lecture notes include two class problems on conduction. The first problem shows one way to find the heat flux of an object with a given temperature distribution. The second problem shows how doubling a window's thickness can impact its rate of heat loss. The class notes give the heat conduction (Fourier's) equation in one dimension and the definition of the gradient operator (upsidedown delta).
Heat Transfer Class Notes Day 1
Brief and simple introduction to Heat transfer. Includes the following: a few definitions, comparison between Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, 1st law of Thermo, properties that depend on temperature and conversion factors for temperature units.
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Heat Transfer Class Notes Day 1
Last document update: agoBrief and simple introduction to Heat transfer. Includes the following: a few definitions, comparison between Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, 1st law of Thermo, properties that depend on temperature and conversion factors for temperature units.
Heat Transfer Day 5
There are two inclass problems; 1. Given a pond and its rate of heat generation per unit mass, the rate of heat generation for the whole pond is found (in variable form). 2. For a cylindrical container holding radioactive waste, heat is generated at a given rate per unit mass (indicated by e). Expressions for the heat generation rate of the whole container and the temperature at its outer surface are found. The inclass notes review the equations for convection and radiation. Also, a couple sou...
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Heat Transfer Day 5
Last document update: agoThere are two inclass problems; 1. Given a pond and its rate of heat generation per unit mass, the rate of heat generation for the whole pond is found (in variable form). 2. For a cylindrical container holding radioactive waste, heat is generated at a given rate per unit mass (indicated by e). Expressions for the heat generation rate of the whole container and the temperature at its outer surface are found. The inclass notes review the equations for convection and radiation. Also, a couple sou...
Heat Transfer Day 4
Includes two class problems; first shows the heat generation in an electrical wire and second shows the heat lost from a person to a room due to convection and radiation. The first law of thermo is applied to both problems and will continue to be a valuable approach. The class notes touch more on convection and radiation with their equations and the definitions of the variables in them.
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Heat Transfer Day 4
Last document update: agoIncludes two class problems; first shows the heat generation in an electrical wire and second shows the heat lost from a person to a room due to convection and radiation. The first law of thermo is applied to both problems and will continue to be a valuable approach. The class notes touch more on convection and radiation with their equations and the definitions of the variables in them.
Heat Transfer Day 2
Shows the first law of thermodynamics, total energy generation rate for a volume, heat flux and the three ways in which heat is transferred. First law (a.k.a. energy balance) is expressed two ways; first, as a change from an initial time to a final time and second, on a per unit time basis (derivative form). Mentions the three ways heat is naturally transferred between materials.
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Heat Transfer Day 2
Last document update: agoShows the first law of thermodynamics, total energy generation rate for a volume, heat flux and the three ways in which heat is transferred. First law (a.k.a. energy balance) is expressed two ways; first, as a change from an initial time to a final time and second, on a per unit time basis (derivative form). Mentions the three ways heat is naturally transferred between materials.