Presentation on theme: "217 – Sunday - from 10:30 to 1:20 Lecture: E 217 – Sunday - from 10:30 to 1:20 232 –Sunday - from 8:30 to 10:20 Tutorial: E232 –Sunday - from 8:30 to 10:20."— Presentation transcript:
217 – Sunday - from 10:30 to 1:20 Lecture: E 217 – Sunday - from 10:30 to 1:20 232 –Sunday - from 8:30 to 10:20 Tutorial: E232 –Sunday - from 8:30 to 10:20 Instructor: Prof. Dr. Mohamed Gamal Wasel Office Hours Place: E228 Office Hours Time: Monday from 10 30 to 2 30 Wednesday from 8 30 to 10 30 Assistant : Eng. Noha Alaa Eldin (Lecturer Assistant ) Room Room : E 211 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Office Hours: Tuesday from 8:30 to 2:30 Prerequisites : ME 231 Heat Tansfer (1) Course code ME 233 Course title : Heat Transfer 2
Course Aim: Course Objectives: This course -with the previously taught course (Heat Transfer (1) ME231)- is concerning with heat transfer as a basic science that deals with the rate of transfer of thermal energy. The objectives of this course are: 1. To cover the basic principles of heat transfer. 2. To present a wealth of real-world engineering applications to give students a feel for engineering practice. 3. To develop an intuitive understanding of the subject matter by emphasizing the physics and physical arguments. In engineering practice, an understanding of the mechanisms of heat transfer is becoming increasingly important since heat transfer plays a crucial role in the design of vehicles, power plants, refrigerators, electronic devices, buildings, and bridges, among other things. Even a chef needs to have an intuitive understanding of the heat transfer mechanism in order to cook the food “right” by adjusting the rate of heat transfer. Course Description: *Natural Convection Heat Transfer. *Thermal insulation: Selection and Design * Multidimensional Transient heat transfer problems * Numerical methods in heat conduction * Radiation Heat Transfer in enclsures * Effect of gas presence on Radiation H.T. in enclosures * Boiling and Condensation * Mass transfer by diffusion and convection * Simultaneous Heat & Mass Transfer......
Intended Learning outcomes: A- Knowledge and understanding: a1-i Define different types of insulation materials and their thermal properties. a1-ii Describe 2D & 3D heat conduction problems. a1-iii Identify forms of boundary and initial conditions. a1-iv Describe boiling regimes & curve. a1-v Define condensation heat transfer: Film & Drop- wise condensation. a1-vi Identify radiation View Factor and its relations. a1-vii Identify radiation Heat Transfer between black bodies. a1-viii Describe radiation H. T. between diffuse, gray surfaces. a1-ix Define radiation effects on temperature measurements. a1-x Identify radiation exchange with emitting and absorbing gases. a1-xi Define radiation properties of participating gases. a1-xii Identify heat transfer by convection. a1-xiii Identify mechanisms of mass transfer by diffusion and convection a8-i Summarize the steps of the numerical methods and show why we use the numerical methods. a8-ii List the advantages and the limitations of numerical method.
b- Intellectual skills b1-i Select the right insulation for a particular application considering the most economical material. b1-ii Adopt the R-value of insulation. b1-iii Detect the most important parameters affecting the simplification of multi-dimensional problems. b5-i Determine the insulation optimum thickness. b5-ii Calculate the forms of the reduced 3D heat conduction equation analytically. b5-iii Detect radiation heat transfer in two surfaces enclosures. b5-iv Determine radiation heat transfer in multiple surfaces enclosures. b5-v Determine heat transfer by convection. b5-vi Adopt different engineering applications involve phase change (mass transfer) and diffusion of vapor into surrounding gases along with H. T. b5-vii Solve simultaneous heat and mass transfer problems and predicting different transfer rates b10 Analyze the stages of boiling heat transfer.
c- Professional and practical skills c1 Analyze the different special forms of Heat conduction equation analytically. c5 Perform formulation of 2D &3D differential heat Equations under steady & unsteady conditions. c7-i Select handling boundary conditions numerically. c7-ii Select stability criterion of the explicit method. c7-iii Select methods of solving radiation heat transfer in enclosures. c9-i Classify condensation Regimes. c9-ii Classify effects of vapor velocity & presence of condense-able gases on condensation inside Condensers. c9-iii Distinguish between emissivity and absorbability of participating gases and gas mixtures. c9-iv Classify gases as participating and nonparticipating medium. c9-v Classify relations and correlations for convection heat transfer. c9-vi Classify relations and correlations for mass transfer rate of some situations commonly encountered in practice c9-vii Differentiate between heat and mass transfer c9-viii Distinguish between mass transfer and fluid bulk motion c9-ix Analyze mass transfer requirements c9-x Differentiate between chemical composition & movement of chemical spices from high concentration region to the lower one c9-xi Distinguish between the mechanisms of simultaneous heat and mass transfer c9-xii Analyze heat transfer correlations for Pool and Film boiling and for Film Condensation. c9-xiii Explain peak and minimum boiling heat fluxes. c9-xiv Distinguish between Natural Convection, Nucleate, and Transition & Film boiling.
d- General and transferable skills d4 Work both individually and as a member of team. d5 Use information and communications technology. d8 Be an independent learner.
WeekLectures 1 * Natural Convection Heat Transfer. 2 6 th OCTOBER - Vacation 3 * Thermal insulation: Selection and Design 4 * Multidimensional Transiant heat transfer problems 5 & 6 * Numerical methods in heat conduction 7 & 8 * Radiation Heat Transfer in enclosures 9 9th Week Exam ( mid Term Exams) 10 * Effect of gas presence on Radiation H.T. in enclosures 11 & 12 * Boiling and Condensation. 13 & 14 * Mass Transfer
Teaching and learning methods Lectures Seminars-presentations Laboratory work. Tutorial –problem solving Reports Student assessment methods I- Class Works: Drop Quizzes. Solving Assignment Problems Reports & Presentations. Practical Works II- Written Exams: Mid-term written exams. Final written exams.
List of references 1- Course notes Based on selected chapters collected from many text books. 2- Essential books (text books) "Heat and Mass Transfer, A Practical Approach", Third Edition, by Yunus A. Cengel 3- Recommended books 1- "Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer", by Frank P. Incropera and David P. De Witt 2- "Heat Transfer", by J.P. Holman, McGraw-Hill, 2003. 4- Periodicals, Web sites, … etc * International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer * ASME Journal of Heat Transfer * Applied Energy *http://www.pua.edu.eg