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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE-PILANI- HYDERABAD CAMPUS INSTRUCTION DIVISION, FIRST SEMESTER 2013-2014 (COURSE HANDOUT PART

II) Date: 01/08/2013


In addition to part-I (general handout for all courses in the time-table), this handout provides the specific details regarding the course. Course No.: Course Title: Instructor-in-charge: Instructors: 1. BITS F111 THERMODYNAMICS AMIT KUMAR GUPTA Asma Ahmed, Phaneendra Kiran Chaganti, AMIT KUMAR GUPTA, Ramesh Babu Adusumalli, R Sanjay Kumar, Ram Shankar, Srikanta Dinda, M Swagatika, B Sreenivasulu, Khalid Anwar

Course Description: Concepts and laws of thermodynamics, macroscopic thermodynamic properties, application to closed and open systems, microscopic approach to entropy, equations of state, thermodynamics of non reacting mixtures. Scope and Objective: Thermodynamics deals with energy, matter, and the laws governing their interactions. It is essential to learn its usefulness in the design of processes, devices, and systems involving effective utilization of energy and matter. The course emphasizes on the fundamentals and concepts of the laws of thermodynamics as applied to control mass and control volume systems. Irreversibility and availability are powerful tools in the design of thermodynamic systems. Text Book: Claus Borgnakke, & Richard E. Sonntag, Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, John Wiley & Sons, 2009, 7th Edition. Mathur T.N.S., Entropy & 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, Notes-EDD, 2006. Adopted from book by Van Wylen & others Thermodynamics Tables, Figures and Charts, Notes-EDD, 2007.

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Course Plan: Learning Objectives To familiarize some concepts & definitions 1-3 4-5 6-7 8-10 11-13 Topics to be covered Chapter/ Section

Lecture Nos.

14-16

17-18

19-21

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Introduction, thermodynamic systems, properties & state, process & cycle, force, energy, pressure, 1, 2 specific volume, zeroth law. To understand the properties of pure Phase equilibrium, independent properties, 3.1 3.3, substances equations of state, compressibility factor. 3.6, 3.7 To understand the use of Thermodynamic Tables of thermodynamic properties & their use. Tables to get the properties of pure 3.4 substances To understand the concepts behind Definition of work and its identification, work 4.1 4.5 thermodynamic work done at the moving boundary. To understand the difference between the Concept of heat, comparison of heat and work. 4.6 4.8 thermodynamic work and heat To understand the concepts behind the First First law for a cycle as well as for a change of law applied to control mass and formulation state; internal energy & enthalpy; specific heats, 5.1 5.3, of equation of first law for control mass internal energy, enthalpy & specific heat of ideal 5.5 5.7 gases. To understand the process of application of First law as a rate equation; problem analysis & 5.4 & 5.8 first law equation to engineering problems solution technique, examples. To understand the concepts behind the first Conservation of mass in control volume; first law law applied to control volume and for control volume; S.S. process; examples of S.S. 6.1 6.5 formulation of equation of first law for processes, transient processes. control volume To understand the process of application of Problem analysis & solution technique; examples. 6.1 6.5 first law equation for control volume to

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Lecture Nos.

Learning Objectives

Topics to be covered

Chapter/ Section

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28-32

33-35

36-37

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engineering problems To understand the need for Second Law of Limitations of first law & need for the second law; Thermodynamics and its basic concepts reversible process; heat engine, heat pump, refrigerator; Carnot cycle; energy-conversion efficiency and COP, Kelvin-Planck & Clausius statements, The ideal gas Carnot cycle, the thermodynamic temperature scale. To understand the physical principles Concept of entropy; the need and definition of behind entropy and formulation of second entropy; entropy of a pure substance; entropy law for control mass change of a reversible & irreversible processes; principle of increase of entropy, thermodynamic property relation; problem analysis & solution technique. To understand the formulation of second Second law for control volume; S.S. & transient law for control volume processes; reversible S.S.S.F. process; principle of increase of entropy To understand the process of application of Understanding efficiency and related problems; second law for control volume to problem analysis & solution technique. engineering problems To understand the physical principles Available energy, reversible work & irreversibility behind Irreversibility and availability for control mass and control volume processes; second law efficiency. To understand the thermodynamic General considerations and mixtures of ideal considerations of non reacting mixtures gases

7.1 7.5, 7.7 7.9

8.1 8.12

9.1 9.4

9.5

10.1 10.3 13.1

Evaluation Scheme: Evaluation Component Test-1 Test-2 Comprehensive Exam Duration 60 min 60 min 3 hours Weightage (%) 25% 25% 50% Date & Time Nature of Component CB OB CB

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EDD Notes on Thermodynamics Tables, Figures and Charts will be allowed in the closed book tests also. However, it should not be defaced by writing formula, equations, etc.

Chamber Consultation Hour: To be announced by the respective instructors. Notices: All notices concerning this course will be displayed only on the LTC notice board. Besides this, students are advised to visit regularly CMS (institutes web based course management system) for latest updates.

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Make-up Policy: Make-up for the tests shall be granted only for genuine cases. Requests for the make-up tests, duly forwarded by the respective tutorial section instructors, should get reach the IC well before the tests. For cases related to illness, proper documentary evidence is essential. No makeup is allowed for quiz. Instructor-in-charge BITS F111

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