[Summary of Lecture] The course focuses on the evaluation methods and improvement of energy processes and operations. Based on the fundamentals of heat transfer, students learn how to evaluate the efficiency of various energy processes and to improve heat transfer rate. The course also deals with energy processes in which chemical reactions and phase changes takes place.
[Aim of Lecture] This lecture aims for students to have an ability to evaluate the efficiency of various energy processes and how to utilize energy effectively and to improve heat transfer rate by the analyses based on thermodynamics and heat transfer mechanisms.
[Target of Lecture] Target of this lecture is to understand methodology to utilize energy effectively and to improve heat transfer rate by the analyses based on thermodynamics and heat transfer mechanisms which are required for energy operations in chemical engineering.
energy processes, evaluation and improvement of efficiency, energy transformation
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The first part of the lecture is the explanation of topic scheduled. Towards the end of class, students tackle exercise problems related to the topic taught on that day. Before coming to class, students should read the course schedule and check what topics will be covered. Required learning should be completed outside of the classroom for preparation and review purposes.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Basics of heat transfer||To be able to understand the basics of heat transfer phenomena.|
|Class 2||Energy equations and Basics of Heat Conduction||To be able to understand energy equations as well as heat conduction.|
|Class 3||Optimization of heat transfer (heat conduction) (1)||To be able to analyze heat conduction using energy equations and to design heat conduction system to optimize heat transfer rate.|
|Class 4||Optimization of heat transfer (heat conduction)(2) Fin & Boundary Conditions||To be able to design fins heat conduction to optimize heat transfer rate.|
|Class 5||Unsteady state heat conduction||To be able to understand unsteady state heat conduction.|
|Class 6||Convective heat transfer analyzed with energy equations||To be able to analyze convection using energy equations.|
|Class 7||heat transfer in boundary layer flow and in pipe(1)||To be able to understand Forced convection heat transfer including boundary layer flow and flow in pipe|
|Class 8||heat transfer in boundary layer flow and in pipe(2)||To be able to estimate heat transfer rate at boundary layer flow and flow in pipe.|
|Class 9||Optimization of heat transfer (convection) (1)||To be able to understand heat transfer by conduction and convection, and to estimate heat transfer rate.|
|Class 10||Optimization of heat transfer (convection) (2)||To be able to understand heat transfer by conduction and convection, and to estimate heat transfer rate.|
|Class 11||Basics of Radiation heat transfer||To be able to understand basics of radiation heat transfer.|
|Class 12||Radiation heat transfer between gray bodies||To be able to estimate heat transfer rate between gray bodies|
|Class 13||Exergy||To be able to understand the concept of exergy.|
|Class 14||Evaluation of energy transformation processes||To be able to evaluate energy transformation processes.|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
Siro Yoshikawa, “Basics of transfer phenomena (In Japanese)”, Kagakudojin, ISBN-13: 978-4759815917, Textbooks entitled such as chemical engineering and heat transfer. Also materials are distributed accordingly.
Students will be assessed on their understanding of the methodology to utilize energy effectively and to improve heat transfer rate, based on their scores of report and exercises.
No prerequisites are necessary, however enrollment in the related courses is desirable.