ME 400 - Energy Conversion Systems
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Processes and systems for energy conversion, including power and refrigeration cycles, air conditioning, thermoelectrics and fuel cells; ideal-gas mixtures and psychrometrics. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: ME 200.
Detailed Course Description
Processes and systems for energy conversion, including power and refrigeration cycles, air conditioning, thermoelectrics, and fuel cells; ideal gas mixtures and psychrometrics. Prerequisite: ME 300 or consent of instructor. 3 undergraduate hours or 4 graduate hours.
1. Introduction and review of thermodynamics
2. Chemical reactions
3. Power cycles
4. Refrigeration cycles
6. Direct energy conversion
ME: MechSE or technical elective.
EM: Possible secondary field, with approval.