COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Thermodynamics II ME   210 4 3 3 5

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. Orhan BÜYÜKALACA
Instructors
Prof.Dr.ORHAN BÜYÜKALACA1. Öğretim Grup:A
Prof.Dr.ORHAN BÜYÜKALACA2. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To teach the basic principles of Classical Thermodynamics. To educate students to define, formulate and solve basic thermodynamics problems related to closed and open steady flow or unsteady uniform flow systems.
Content
Properties of matter. Thermodynamics of closed systems. First law analysis. Thermodynamics of open systems. Second law analysis.

Learning Outcomes
1) Students gain a command of basic concepts, theories and principles in mechanical engineering
2) Student become equipped with the basic knowledge of math, science and engineering
3) Students are able to design and carry out experiments in the basic fields of mechanical engineering, and interpret the results and the data obtained from the experiments
4) Students become equipped with a variety of skills and knowledge regarding engineering techniques
5) Students are able to design a system, component or process in order to meet the needs of various engineering problems within technical, economic, environmental, manufacturability, and sustainability limits.
6) Students independently review and learn the applications in an enterprise, make a critical assessment of the problems faced with, formulate problems and propose solutions by selecting the proper technique
7) Students take initiative in identification, design, development and use of a product or production process.
8) Students become aware of the necessity of lifelong learning and continuously self-renew
9) Students use English effectively for technical or non-technical topics orally or in wirtten form.
10) Students become effective in using computer, computer-aided drafting, design, analysis, and presentation
11) Students have good communicatino skills with a tendency to work in teams, and are able to work effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary team
12) Students become aware of the technical and ethical responsibilities, as well as being inquisitive and innovative
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Student become equipped with the basic knowledge of math, science and engineering
X
2
Students gain a command of basic concepts, theories and principles in mechanical engineering
X
3
Students are able to design and carry out experiments in the basic fields of mechanical engineering, and interpret the results and the data obtained from the experiments
X
4
Students become equipped with a variety of skills and knowledge regarding engineering techniques
X
5
Students are able to design a system, component or process in order to meet the needs of various engineering problems within technical, economic, environmental, manufacturability, and sustainability limits.
X
6
Students independently review and learn the applications in an enterprise, make a critical assessment of the problems faced with, formulate problems and propose solutions by selecting the proper technique
X
7
Students take initiative in identification, design, development and use of a product or production process.
X
8
Students become aware of the necessity of lifelong learning and continuously self-renew
X
9
Students use English effectively for technical or non-technical topics orally or in wirtten form.
X
10
Students become effective in using computer, computer-aided drafting, design, analysis, and presentation
X
11
Students have good communicatino skills with a tendency to work in teams, and are able to work effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary team
X
12
Students become aware of the technical and ethical responsibilities, as well as being inquisitive and innovative
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Definition of Entropy, entropy balance in closed and open systems Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
2 T ds relations, entropy change of pure substances Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
3 Isentropic processes Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
4 Reversible steady flow work, minimizing the compressor work, isentropic efficiencies of steady flow devices Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
5 Classification of thermodynamic cycles, gas power cycles, air-standard assumptions Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
6 Otto, Diesel, Sterling cycles Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
7 Ericson and Brayton cycles Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
8 Turbojet, turbofan and turboprob engines Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
9 Vapor and combined power cycles, Rankine cycle Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
10 Mid-term exam Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
11 Ideal reheat Rankine cycle and ideal regenerative Rankine cycle Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
12 An introduction to refrigeration, ideal and actual vapor compression refrigeration cycles, refrigerants, heat pump systems Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
13 Innovative vapor compression refrigeration systems Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
14 Gas refrigeration cycles and absorption refrigeration cycles Reading of lecture notes Lecture
Question-Answer
15 Final exam Reading of lecture notes Testing
16-17 Final exam Reading of lecture notes Testing

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