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Course Details

Title Heat Transfer
Field of Study Natural science
Professor Se-Jin Yook (ysjnuri@hanyang.ac.kr)
Type Academic course
Delivery Type Hybrid Track (2 weeks online + 2 weeks offline): Real-time
Credits 3
Contact hours 45
Schedule Afternoon
Course code MEE4001
Course number 18020
Description

The transport mechanisms of heat can be classified as conduction, convection, radiation and combination of these. With the concept on transport mechanisms of heat, the method of setting-up energy balance equation for given engineering systems and the mathematical solution of each energy balance equation would be studied. The applications of energy balance equations to the design of heat transfer equipment would also be studied. This course is designed mainly for mechanical engineering major students.

Objective

a) to cover the basic principles of heat transfer,
b) to present a wealth of real-world engineering applications to give students a feel for engineering practice, and

c) to develop an intuitive understanding of the subject matter by emphasizing the physics and physical arguments

Preparations

Prerequisite courses are Fluid Dynamics, and Thermodynamics

Materials
Evaluation
Assignment
10%
Attendance
10%
Final
40%
Midterm
40%
Lesson Plan
Class 1: Basic concepts of heat transfer
Class 2: Heat conduction equation
Class 3: Steady heat conduction
Class 4: Numerical methods in heat conduction
Class 5: Fundamentals of convection
Class 6: Velocity and thermal boundary layers
Class 7: Midterm exam
Class 8: External forced convection
Class 9: Internal forced convection
Class 10: Natural convection
Class 11: Heat exchangers
Class 12: Fundamentals of thermal radiation
Class 13: Radiation heat transfer
Class 14: Radiation heat transfer
Class 15: Final Exam
Last Updated April 15, 2021
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