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Engineering Sciences 183

Spring 2017

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 am. Cruft Hall 309

Course description:

The macroscopic description of the fundamentals of heat transfer and their

application to practical problems in energy conversion, electronics and living systems

with an emphasis on developing a physical and analytical understanding of conductive,

convective and radiative heat transfer. Emphasis will be given to problem solving skills

based on applying governing principles, mathematical models and physical intuition.

Topics included in the course will be: steady state heat conduction in 1,

2 and 3D; transient heat conduction in 1D and 3D; introduction to convective heat

transfer, forced convection as well as free convection; heat exchange analysis and design;

elements of radiative heat transfer. There will be an emphasis on mathematical

description of heat transfer and methods of solution, as well as using commercially

available computer software, such as COMSOL.

The course will consist of four components: (i) classroom lectures (ii) problem

sets and (iii) semester-long, multi-disciplinary team projects.

The collaborative team projects are an essential and integral part of the course.

They are paper design projects that utilize knowledge of the underlying heat transfer

principles gained from the classes, the textbook and problem sets to tackle contemporary

problems in which heat transfer plays a major role.

Prerequisites

Physics 11a or Physics 15a

Applied Mathematics 21a or Mathematics 21a (previously)

Applied Mathematics 21b or Mathematics 21b (previously or concurrently)

Prerequisites by topic

Calculus

Elementary differential equations

Elementary linear algebra (co-requirement)

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Desired but not essential: Familiarity with one of the common computational software

packages, eg MATHLAB or COMSOL. Introduction to COMSOL will be given in one

of the early classes and both the software packages are freely available to all registered

students.

Course website: Information about the course, details of the teaching staff and

organizational details as well as problem and solution sets will be posted on the course

web site at: https://canvas.harvard.edu/courses/22943

Textbook: Although complemented by other materials, the class content will closely

follow the content of the textbook:

Fundamentals of Heat Transfer, by T.L. Bergman, A. S. Lavine, F. P. Incropera and

D. P. Dewitt. Wiley. See announcement page on class web site (above)

Other useful texts are:

Principles of Heat Transfer (eighth edition) by F. Kreith and R. M. Manglik,

Cengage Brain. ISBN13: 978-1-305-38710-2.

Heat and Mass Transfer (second edition) by K. C. Rolle, Cengage Learning

A Heat Transfer Textbook (4th edition) by J.H. Lienhard IV and J.H. Lienhard V is

available free of charge at http://web.mit.edu/lienhard/www/ahtt.html.

1.

Concepts of radiation, conduction and convection

2.

Radiation intensity and black body radiation

3.

Surface emission, absorption and reflection. Kirchhoffs law

4.

Steady state heat conduction in various geometries.

5.

Analog with electrical circuits and methods of methods of solution.

6.

Heat transfer in the body. Heat transfer in thermoelectrics.

7.

Transient heat conduction.

8.

Convective heat flow and boundary layers.

9.

Internal and external flows.

10. Free convection.

11. Influence of phase changes: boiling and condensation, solidification

Instructor:

303 Cruft Hall

tel.: 496 0424

email: Clarke@seas.harvard.edu

Office hours: to be determined

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Teaching Fellows:

Lectures

TBD

There will be weekly sections offered by each teaching fellow. In the sections, we will

cover examples illustrating the concepts taught in class and answer questions related to

problem sets and exams. While attendance is optional, it is strongly encouraged.

Time TBD, Location TBD

Laboratories

The course will include several laboratory demonstrations. The majority will be carried

out during the regularly scheduled class times.

Laboratories:

0. Introduction to COMSOL.

1. Radiative heat transfer, black-body radiation and emissivity. IR imaging of radiative

heat transfer.

2. Transient heat conduction in one dimension and measurement of thermal diffusivity

of materials.

3. Characterization of thermoelectrics

4. Quantification of convective heat transfer from a semiconductor device

Instructional labs: Elaine Kristant, G11 and David Clarke

Tests, Quizzes and Examinations

At the beginning of each class, there will be a short, informal test of the reading material

assigned for the class. In addition, two mid-term exams will be scheduled for the regular

lecture periods, one approximately one-third through the course and the other

approximately two-thirds through the course. There will not be a final exam.

There are no make-up examinations for the mid-term exams. If notification of an

unavoidable absence from an exam is given to the instructor before the exam, the weights

of the homework and the final examination may be re-adjusted to compensate for the

absence.

Problem sets

Homework will be assigned approximately on a weekly basis and will be due by the

beginning of the lecture on Tuesday of the following week. Solutions will be typically

handed out at the second class following the due date. The relatively low proportion of

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final grades associated with the problem sets is not due to their lack of importance but

rather as an encouragement to learn the subject from each other by working together. It

is very likely that the better you learn from doing the problem sets, the better you will do

in the formal exams and in the team projects.

Guidelines for submission:

1. Hand in your work on white, lined or gridded 8.5" x 11" sheets. Typed solutions

are highly encouraged.

2. In the top left corner, put your name, the problem set number, the due date, and

the course name.

3. Put your answers in numerical order as assigned.

4. Problem sets will be graded both for correctness and for clarity: the graders are

not required to guess the intended meaning of poorly written answers.

5. Your work should be neat and orderly; make large, clear and clearly labeled

diagrams.

6. Formulae and numbers alone aren't sufficient; a written explanation should

accompany each solution describing the reasoning you used in answering the

questions. You will lose marks if you do not include this explanation.

Collaborating on problem sets:

1. Collaboration in planning and thinking through homework problems is permitted

but you should prepare your own solutions. You are allowed and encouraged to

work with other students currently taking ES183 in discussing, brainstorming, and

walking through solutions to homework problems, but when you are through

interacting, you should write up your solutions independently.

2. If you have collaborated with students in the course in the planning and design of

solutions to homework problems, list the names of your collaborators at the end of

your paper.

3. Under no circumstances may you use solutions sets to problems that are available

on any web site or other electronic medium.

1. Problem sets must be turned in by 10 AM on Tuesday each week, unless

otherwise announced.

2. Give your problem sets to one of the TFs.

Late problem sets:

1. Homework handed in late will be penalized 20% per weekday unless prior

permission is obtained from the instructor. Homework handed in one week late

will not receive any credit. Extensions are granted only in exceptional cases, such

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confirmation of the extension must be stapled to your problem set if you are to

receive any credit beyond that outlined earlier.

2. Your submissions must still be original work; copies of the official solutions or

the solutions of others are not acceptable.

3. Everybody gets one "free" deadline extension, for which they can still obtain full

credit for a problem set turned in up to one week late.

Getting graded problem sets back:

1. Problem sets are returned during class.

2. If you miss class, pick up your graded problem set from your TF within two

weeks of the due date.

Administration of grades:

1. Keep your graded problem sets; they are your only proof of completion of work.

2. After two weeks from the due date you can no longer get re-grades.

3. Once the final has been taken, problem set grades can no longer be changed.

Requests for re-grades:

Requests for correction of grading mistakes in examination books must be made

when the work is returned to you. Once an examination book is removed from the

room in which it is returned to you, grades can no longer be changed. For homework

sets, requests must be made within two weeks of issuance of the assigned grade.

Clerical errors will be corrected immediately. If an exam or a homework assignment

is submitted for re-evaluation, the entire exam or assignment will be re-graded from

scratch. The resulting score can go either up or down. The score will not be changed

unless it results in a change of 5% or more of the maximum point total for each

examination, or a 10% on homework assignments.

Determining your final grade

The final grade is calculated from your grades for the midterm examinations, the team

projects, and the problem sets, with the following weights:

1st Midterm Exam:

20 %

nd

2 Midterm Exam:

20 %

Team project:

35 %. NB. Includes assessment of team working skills

Problem sets:

25 %

ABET info

ABET Category content: Engineering Science 80%, Engineering Design 20%.

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Students needing academic adjustments or accommodations because of disability should

be in contact with Harvards Accessible Education Office. They will provide a letter that

you should present to the instructor. You should also speak directly to the instructor by

the end of the second week, namely by 3rd February.

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