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Class Notes for AMME2262 at University of Sydney

Thermal Engineering 1

AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Forced Convection, Phonon, Propulsive Efficiency

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 12) Brayton cycle: Ideal cycle for gasturbine engines

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture 11: Week 11

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 11) The (forward) Carnot (engine) cycle Operating between two different reservoirs Thermal efficiency increases with an increase in the average temperature at which heat is supplied toth...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture 13: Week 13

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 13)

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rankine Cycle, Thermal Engineering, Suction Pressure

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 10) The reversed Carnot cycle (Refrigerator) Evaporator: Absorbs heat from space (Constant pressure device) Compressor: Increase the pressure of the refriger...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Thermal Engineering, Isentropic Process

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 9) Entropy Isentropic process (reversible adiabatic process) Entropy balance (There is no conservation of entropy) Total entropyenteringTotal entropyleaving+Total entropygen...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermal Efficiency, Waste Heat, Thermodynamic Temperature

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 7) Introduction to Second law of thermodynamics (First law of thermodynamics: Energy can neither be created nor destroyed) The first law provides no information on: The quality o...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Clausius Theorem, Perpetual Motion, Thermal Engineering

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 8) Perpetual motion machines Any device that violates the first or the second law PMM1: A perpetual-motion machine that violates the first law by creating energy PMM2: A per...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture 5: Week 5

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 5) When energy is added to a system what influences the temperature rise of the system? Assuming the system contains a pure substance, is thermally insulated and does not have an mass in...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mass Balance, Thermal Engineering, Incompressible Flow

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 6) Conservation of Mass Mass, like energy, is a conserved property, and it cannot be created or destroyed during a process Closed systems: The mass of the system remain constant...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Polytropic Process, Chemical Energy, Kinetic Energy

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 4) Energy conversion efficiencies Efficiency is one of the most frequently used terms in thermodynamics, and it indicates how well an energy conversion or transfer process is a...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Helmholtz Equation, Compressibility Factor, Molecular Property

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 3) Properties per unit mole are denoted with an overbar Specific relationslaws for ideals gases between 2 states: NOT equation of state Boyles law o For a fixed amount of an ideal as kep...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Isochoric Process, Phase Diagram, Thermal Engineering

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 2) Properties are frequently presented in the form of precalculated tables Internal Energy Relates to the sum of all microscopic forms of energy related to the molecular structure and ac...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
AMME2262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Intermolecular Force, Thermodynamics, Chemical Energy

AMME2262: Thermal Engineering (WEEK 1) Learn the fundamental of thermodynamics applied to both open and close systems. First law of Thermodynamics: Conservation of energy principle, energy can be neither created nor destro...

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)
AMME2262
matthew dunn
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Magnetic Circuit, Electrical Network, Angular Velocity

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM Electrical Engineering GLOSSARY OF TERMS ...

Electrical Engineering
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Electricity & Magnetism - Reference Guides

This Guide is another one of the many products that effectively advances one’s knowledge of a distinct aspect of the physical sciences. The basic of the properties of electricity and electrical circuits are established in ...

Electrical Engineering
4400:307
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Semiconductor Device, Precision Rectifier, Envelope Detector

permacharts TM E le c t r o n ic sI Waveforms Diodes ...

Electrical Engineering
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Schmitt Trigger, Square Wave, Negative Feedback

permacharts TM E le c t r o n ic sII Operational Amplifiers (OP AMPS) ...

Electrical Engineering
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