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# BASIC ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

Course Syllabus
Course Code

BTHERM

Course Name

Engineering Thermodynamics

Course Description

This course deals with the study of the fundamental principles of heat as a form of energy and its
transformation in a macroscopic level or classical approach. The study involves the investigation
of the governing laws of thermodynamics, ideal gas concepts (processes and cycles) and other
concepts that bears relation to heat energy conversion such as: basic unit of measurement,
properties of substance, property relationships etc

Course Credits

2 units

Course Prerequisite

## Chemistry and Physics 2

Course Corequisite
Objectives

General
The student will acquire a strong foundation on laws and concepts of thermodynamics.
Specific
After successfully completing the course, the students should be able to:
Define Thermodynamics and articulate its definition
Distinguish Classical from Statistical Thermodynamics
Understand the governing laws of Thermodynamics
Define properties of substance and understand the property relationships
Solve property relationship problems
Apply the concept of Work, Energy and Heat in solving engineering related
problems
Perform ideal gas process analysis
Perform ideal gas cycle analysis

Textbook

Fairies, V. M. and Simmang, C. M.. 1981. Thermodynamics 6th. Philippines, MacMillan Publishing
Co., Inc.

References
Granet, Irving., 1996. Thermodynamics and Heat Power
Cengel, Y. A. and Boles, M. A., 1998. Thermodynamics and Engineering Approach. McGraw-Hill
Book Co.
Tadique, F. G., 2004. Thermodynamics 1. Philippines.

Instructional Strategies
Lecture-Discussion, Seatwork/Boardwork, Assignments, Drill Problems, Research Work, Design Proposal, Quizzes,
Final Examinations

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Long Exam
Class Participation
Reporting
Final Examinations
Total

40%
15%
25%
20%
100%

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Required Percentage
97 to 100
93 to 96
89 to 92
84 to 88
80 to 83
75 to 79
70 to 74
Repeat : Below 70%
Failed due to : Excessive Absences, Cheating

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COURSE OUTLINE
Major Topic : Concept of Thermodynamics
Specific Objective/s:
To understand the concepts of thermodynamics
To differentiate the units used for mass, force and weight
Suggested Activities:
Week No.
1

Module No.
1

1
1

2
3

Subtopics
Discussion of classroom policies, course requirements, grading
systems, and course outline
The classical and statistical definition of Thermodynamics
The basic principles and concept of thermodynamics
System of Units: Mass, Force, and Weight
Newton's 2nd law of motion
mass and weight

## Major Topic : Systems of Unit

Specific Objective/s:
To enumerate the different units used in thermodynamics
Suggested Activities:
Exercises
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
density, specific volume and specific weight
7
2
pressure and temperature
Fluid Mechanics, Temperature
2
8
Conservation of Mass and Types of Mechanical Energy
2
9
Work Fluid Pressure
2
10
Major Topic : Zeroth Law
Specific Objective/s:
To know the definition of Zeroth law
Suggested Activities:
Examples of Zeroth Law
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Zeroth Law of thermodynamics
13
3
Zeroth Law Process and Cycles
Exercises
3
14
Quiz 1
3
15
Coverage: Modules 3 to 15
3
16
Major Topic : Work, Energy and Mass
Specific Objective/s:
To differentiate work , energy and mass
Suggested Activities:
Sample problems on work, energy and mass
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Work Concept
4
19
Work due to constant and variable force, Springs
4
20
First law of Thermodynamics, Forms of Energy, Conservation of
4
21
mass and energy
Heat
4
22
Engineering related problems
5
25
Exercises
5
26
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Quiz2
5
27
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Coverage: Modules 19 to 27
Major Topic : Types of Systems
Specific Objective/s:
To know the meaning non-flow and steady flow system
Suggested Activities:
Sample Problems
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Non-flow
systems
(Closed)
6
31
6
32
Sample Problems
6
33
6
34
Sample Problems
Major Topic : Behavior of Gases
Specific Objective/s:
To know the different gas laws
Suggested Activities:
Problems on gas laws
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Midterm Exam
7
37
7
38
Coverage: Modules 3 to 36
Equation of state, The ideal gas
7
39
Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Ideal Gas Law
7
40
Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure
8
43
Application of Ideal Gas Equation
8
44
Entropy and Entropy change
8
45
Isometric Process, Isobaric Processes
8
46
Major Topic : Processes of Thermodynamics
Specific Objective/s:
To know the different processes of thermodynamics
Suggested Activities:
Problem solving on processes
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Quiz3
9
49
9
50
Coverage: Modules 40 to 48
Isothermal Process
9
51
Isentropic Process
9
52
Polytropic Process
10
55
Sample Problems
10
56
10
57
Quiz4
Modules 52-60
10
58
Major Topic : Cycle Analysis
Specific Objective/s:
To know the definition of Cycle
Suggested Activities:
Sample Problems
Week No.
Module No.
Subtopics
Definition, Elements of a cycle
11
61
Cycle Analysis Tool
11
62
Carnot's Cycle Analysis
11
63
Air standard Carnot's cycle
11
64
Three process cycle analysis
12
67
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Week No.
14

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70
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74
75
76

## Introduction to Internal Combustion cycle

Otto and Diesel Cycle analysis
Cont.: Otto and Diesel Cycle analysis
Exercises on Cycle Analysis Tool
Exercises on Cycle Analysis Tool
Quiz5
Coverage: Modules 61-72
FINAL EXAMINATIONS

## Note : Each module is a 30 minute classroom instruction

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