Subject Name

Energy and Fluid Flow II

Opening Semester

4th Semester

Units

3-1-1

Lecturers

Prof. Isao Satoh, Rm.307, Ishikawadai No.1 Bldg.
Associate Prof. Tetsuya Suekane, Rm.701
Associate Prof. Takushi Saito, Rm.308
Prof. Tsunamitsu Nakahara, Rm.304
Prof. Keiji Kyogoku, Rm.303

[Aim and Goal]

Following the course "Energy and Fluid Flow I," this course is to provide the knowledge of transport phenomena of heat and fluid flow and the skills for applying it to engineering fields through integrated style lessons combining lectures, exercises and experiments. The contents are focused on the similarities and differences between heat transfer and fluid flow, and on the principles and characteristics of equipment related to the heat and fluid flows.

Goal of this course is that the student can apply the knowledge of heat and fluid flow provided in this course to practical engineering problems and design heat transfer/fluid flow equipment.

[Contents]

  • Thermal Engineering: Heat Transfer
    1. Basics of Heat Transfer (Heat Conduction, Convective Heat Transfer, Radiation Heat Transfer)
    2. Temperature Distribution in the Heat Transfer Media
    3. Heat Exchangers and Extended Surfaces
  • Energy Engineering
    1. Utilization of Energy Existing in Fluids
    2. Fluid Machinery
    3. Equipment for Thermal Energy Conversion
  • Conclusion

[Valuation and Criteria]

  • Valuation:
    • Exercises
    • Reports of Experiments
    • Midterm and Final Examinations
  • Criteria:
    • To Understand at least 80% of the keywords contained in the items of this course.
    • Applicability of the knowledge to the practical engineering problems.

[Text and References]

Handouts will be passed out in each lectures. Following literature are recommended as references.

  • Hideo Ohashi: Fluid Machinery, Morikita Pub. (in Japanese)
  • Ooba and Kamiyama: Fluid Machinery, Maruzen (in Japanese)
  • Mori, Isshiki and Kawada: Introduction to Thermodynamics, Yokendo (in Japanese)

[Condition for Registration]

The student have had to earn the credits of the lecture "Energy and Fluid Flow I," or equivalent.