Thermodynamics   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog

MENG 2700 - Thermodynamics

An introduction to the science of energy. The fundamentals of chemistry and physics are reinforced, and application of these fundamentals is made to practical engineering design. New material involving the laws of thermodynamics is introduced, and a wide variety of applications are made. Topics include the energy analysis of closed systems and control volumes, power generation and refrigeration cycles, and compressible flow. This class may give exams outside of regularly scheduled class hours.  

Prerequisite: CHEM 1050/1050L  or CHEM 1030/1030L ; PHYS 2110/2110L   

Credit Hours: 3

Term Offered: Spring, Summer