Course Name : ThermodynamicsII

Degree: Bachelor

Code

Year/Semester

Local Credits

ECTS Credits

Course Implementation, Hours/Week

Course

Tutorial

Laboratory

ENG 222

2/2

2,5

4

2

1



Department

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Instructors

Prof. Dr. Osman Kamil SAĞ

Contact Information

Pîrî Reis University, Faculty of Engineering TuzlaIstanbul
Phone: +90 216 581 00 50 Ext ; 1707
osmankamilsag@pirireis.edu.tr

Office Hours

Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday 14.00 – 16.30 P.M.

Web page

http://www.pirireis.edu.tr

Course Type

Compulsory

Course Language

English

Course Prerequisites

ENG 212

Course Category by Content, %

Basic Sciences

Engineering Science

Engineering Design

Humanities

%30

%40

%30

N/A

Course Description

First Law Analysis for a control volume,Second Law Analysis for a control volume,Irreversibility and Availability,Power and Refrigeration Systems, Air Standard Power Cycles,The Reciprocating Engine Power Cycles,Introduction to Refrigeration Cycles

Course Objectives

 To introduce the Continuity Equation, First and Second Law of Thermodynamics with steady state,steadty flow and uniform state,uniform flow assumptions for a control volume ( open systems) ;
 Irreversibility and Availability,
 Power and Refrigeration systems introducing Rankine Cycle with reheat,regeneration modifications taking into account pipe losses, turbine,and compressor efficiencies ,cogeneration
 To introduce Air Standard Power Cycles ,the simple Gas Turbine with a regenerator,reheating and recooling,air standard cycle for jet propulsion
 To introduce reciprocating engine power cycles including Otto,Diesel,Dual,Stirling,and Ericson cycles
 Introducing the Refrigeration cycles including the vapor compression refrigeration cycle, the deviation of actual cycles from ideal cycles,the Ammonia absorbtion refrigeration cycle,combinedcycle power and refrigeration cycles

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Course,students should be able to ;
 Learn the theoretical background and solve problems utilizing the Continuity Equation, First and Second Law of Thermodynamics for a Control Volume for both Steady State,Steady Flow ; and Uniform State ,Uniform Flow Assumptions;
 Understand and apply Irreversibility,and Availability
 Grasp the theory and the practical applications of an at least three/four stage Rankine Power and Refrigeration cycle with reheat,and regeneration taking into account turbine,power,and pipe losses ,and cogeneration
 Understand,and solve related design problems for an air standard power cycle,namely Brayton Cycle with at least three/four stage intercooling,reheating,and regeneration;
 The air standard cycle for jet propulsion
 Learn the theoretical background and solve problems of the reciprocating engine power cycles; namely Otto,Diesel, Dual,Stirling ,and Ericson cycles
 Understand the theoretical background and solve related problems regarding refrigeration cycles ; namely vapor compression refrigeration cycle,Ammonia absorption refrigeration cycle,air standard refrigeration cycle and combined – cycle power and refrigeration cycles

Instructional Methods and Techniques

Lecture, problem solving ,homework,quiz,interactive class room discussion

Tutorial Place

Class Room

Coterm Condition

N/A

Textbook

 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics , 8^{th} Edition
Borgnakke, Sonntag , 2015 John Wiley
 Klasik Termodinamik Esasları
Osman Kamil SAĞ
ITÜ Yayınları,1983
 Çözümlü Termodinamik Problemleri
Nilüfer Eğrican , Hamra Atılgan
Emin Ofset , 1985
 Termodinamiğin Temelleri (8. Baskıdan Çeviri)
Claus Borgnakke, Richard E. Somtag
Ali Güngör (Çevirmen)
Palme Yayıncılık 2014

Other References

 Thermodynamics/ An Engineering Approach
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A. Boles
7^{th} Edition, Mc Graw Hill 2013
 Mühendislik Yaklaşımı ile Termodinamik
Taner Derbentli (Tercüme)
Thermodynamics / An Engineering Approach
Yunus A. Çengel, Michael A.Boles
Mc. Graw Hill 1996
 Çözümlü Problemlerle Termodinamik
Prof.Dr. Ali Güngör
Palme Yayıncılık 2018

Homework & Projects

Students are encouraged to solve related problems and carry out engineering design work in and out of class room as well as in the form of design work projects in relation with the Engineering cycles.

Laboratory Work

N/A

Computer Use

Not compulsory ,but strongly recommended in problem solving

Other Activities

Homework and design work outside of the class room.










