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COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Thermodynamics FZ   227 3 3 3 4

 Prerequisites and co-requisites Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Faruk KARADAĞ
Instructors
 Prof. Dr. YÜKSEL UFUKTEPE 1. Öğretim Grup:A Prof. Dr. YÜKSEL UFUKTEPE 2. Öğretim Grup:A

Assistants
Goals
The purpose of this course is to prepare the student first and second laws of thermodynamics to all kinds of engineering applications effectively
Content
Course goals, content, teaching methods, assessment methods, the introduction Introduction and basic concepts, thermodynamics and energy, systems and control volumes, change of state and Cycles Energy Conversion, energy transition by heat, energy transition by work, the first law of thermodynamics Properties of pure substances, phase-change operations, compressed liquid, saturated liquid, saturated steam, superheated steam, saturation temperature and saturation pressure Property diagrams for phase change processes, thermodynamic property tables, enthalpy, Perfect gas equation of state Energy analysis of closed systems: Moving boundary work, the energy balance, specific heats, internal energy of perfect gases, enthalpy and specific heat, Mass and energy analysis of control volumes: the principle of conservation of mass, heat and fluid flow energy energy analysis of continuous-flow open system Some of the continuous-flow open systems: Nozzles and diffusers, turbines and compressors, throttling valves, mixing chambers, heat exchangers, conservation of energy in time-varying open systems Introduction to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Thermal energy storage, thermal machines, thermal efficiency, the Second Law of Thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck statement Refrigeration systems and heat pumps, efficiency coefficient, Second Law of Thermodynamics: Clasius expression, recirculation equipment Reversible and irreversible changes Carnot cycle, Carnot Cycle

Learning Outcomes
1) The system and its environment, the system features, system stability
2) thermodynamic equilibrium
3) change of state and thermodynamics process, reversible and irreversible processes
4) the laws of thermodynamics
5) entropy

Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
Explain the basic concepts and principles in the field of physics.
X
2
Evaluate the developmets in the field of Physics by using scientific methods and techniques.
X
3
Combine the knowledge in the field of physics with the other scientific area.
X
4
Identify problems in the field of physics and for the solutions apply the analytical and simulative methods.
X
5
Explain the methods of producing scientific knowledge in the field of physics.
X
6
Reach the Information in the field of physics, for the purpose of classification, and uses.
X
7
Use the advanced theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in the field of physics.
X
8
Design experiments in the field of physics.
X
9
Inform the specialist or non-specialist groups, orally or in writing on issues related to physics.
X
10
Use the information technologies in Physics area for their purpose.
X
11
Take responsibility as a team or alone to overcome the problems encountered in the field of physics .
X
12
Plan and manage the activities for the professional developments of emplyees under his/her responsibilities.
X
13
Classify, use and critically evaluate the knowledg taken by his/her efforts.
X
14
Know that learning process is life-long and acts accordingly.
X
15
Both with colleagues, as well as off the field of builds relationships ethically use information, communication technologies. Define necessities in learning in scientific, social, cultural and artistic areas and improve himself/herself accordingly.
X
16
Have knowledge of a foreign language at least monitoring developments in the field of physics.
17
Know the importance of individual development.
X
18
Monitor the developments in the field of physics, learn and evaluate in terms of social ethics.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Course goals, content, teaching methods, assessment methods, the introduction research the related subject
2 Introduction and basic concepts, thermodynamics and energy, systems and control volumes, change of state and Cycles research the related subject Discussion
3 Energy Conversion, energy transition by heat, energy transition by work, the first law of thermodynamics research the related subject Discussion
4 Properties of pure substances, phase-change operations, compressed liquid, saturated liquid, saturated steam, superheated steam, saturation temperature and saturation pressure research the related subject Discussion
5 Property diagrams for phase change processes, thermodynamic property tables, enthalpy, Perfect gas equation of state research the related subject Discussion
6 Energy analysis of closed systems: Moving boundary work, the energy balance, specific heats, internal energy of perfect gases, enthalpy and specific heat, research the related subject Discussion
7 Mass and energy analysis of control volumes: the principle of conservation of mass, heat and fluid flow energy research the related subject Discussion
8 Midterm exam exam Testing
9 energy analysis of continuous-flow open system research the related subject Discussion
10 Some of the continuous-flow open systems: Nozzles and diffusers, turbines and compressors, throttling valves, mixing chambers, heat exchangers, research the related subject Discussion
11 conservation of energy in time-varying open systems research the related subject Discussion
12 Introduction to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Thermal energy storage, thermal machines, thermal efficiency, the Second Law of Thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck statement research the related subject Discussion
13 Refrigeration systems and heat pumps, efficiency coefficient, Second Law of Thermodynamics: Clasius expression, recirculation equipment research the related subject Discussion
14 Reversible and irreversible changes research the related subject Discussion
15 Carnot cycle, Carnot Cycle research the related subject Discussion
16-17 Final exam Testing