# Thermodynamics and Particle Dynamics

## Code

SE-TER1

## Version

2.0

## Offered by

Supply Engineering

## ECTS

5### Prerequisites

BY-SCI2, CE-SCI2 or SE-SCI2 at VIA, or the topics Algebra, Differentiation, Integration, Differential equations and Particle dynamics

### Main purpose

The student will obtain knowledge of the basic theory within Particle Dynamics ( 2 ECTS ), Basic Thermodynamics ( 3 ECTS ) and be able to perform elementary dynamic and thermal calculations.

Furthermore, the purpose is to enable the student to read and interpret technical literature, in which mathematics, particle dynamics and thermodynamics are used.

### Knowledge

The students will get knowledge about:

The basis of thermodynamics, ideal gases and reversible processes, the second law of thermodynamics and entropy, real substances, steam power plants, refrigeration and heat pumps systems, heat transfer/heat exchangers.

Kinematics of a particle and kinetics of a particle, steady flow of a fluid stream and work and energy.

### Skills

After completing the course the student will be able to:

Analyze a particle dynamic system and/or a simple thermodynamic system and identify and select relevant theory so the student is able to perform serial mathematical calculations on variables and main capacities for the system.

Solve simple technical problems on the basis of fundamental calculus and dynamic or thermodynamic laws.

Follow simple procedures with different techniques of stating and solving dynamic or thermodynamic problems.

### Competences

After completing the course the student can:

Identify which parts of the acquired knowledge and skills that´s relevant to a given simple real-world particle dynamic or thermodynamic problem.

Relate the acquired knowledge and skills to create simple mathematical models of real-world particle dynamic or thermodynamic problems.

Use their acquired skills and knowledge to study more Dynamics and Thermodynamic courses on the Supply Engineering education.

Use a commercial mathematical and other software to solve and perform serial technical calculations.

### Topics

### Teaching methods and study activities

The expected total workload for the student is 137.5 hours.

The teaching will be lecturing and problem solving in class/www.

Students will prepare for class by reading sections of textbooks and solving problems initiated by the lecturer.

Homework assignment will be handed out.

### Resources

• Lauritsen/Gundtoft/Bredahl Eriksen: Thermodynamics, notes.

• Cool-Pack

### Evaluation

### Examination

Upload in WiseFlow of selected course assignments solved during course, approximately one week before the oral exam.

Type of examination:

Individual oral examination without preparation based upon course assignment(s) found by draw.

Duration: 20 min.

Internal examiner.

Allowed tools:

None

Re-exam:

Method will be equal to the ordinary exam.

### Grading criteria

Grading based on the Danish 7-point scale.

The exam account for 100 % of final grade.

### Additional information

Detailed explanation of the topics:

See Appendix SE TER 1 (uploaded on intranet)

### Responsible

Morten Carter

### Valid from

8/1/2022 12:00:00 AM

### Course type

### Keywords

Basic Thermodynamics, Particle Dynamics.