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Details for the Course Syllabus for Course MMV031F valid from Spring 2017

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General
Aim
  • The course aims to provide the students knowledge and understanding concerning the mechanisms of heat transfer and the methods, analytical and empirical, which are used in the heat transfer subject to determine the amount of heat being transferred and the temperature field. The students should reach ability to apply the theory on engineering problems.
Contents
  • The course covers heat conduction, convection, thermal radiation, condensation, evaporation and heat exchangers.

    For heat conduction the general theory, extended surfaces and transient heating and cooling processes are included.

    For the convective heat transfer the basic equations, similarity laws, forced and natural convection are included. Laminar as well as turbulent cases are studied in internal (ducts) and external (tubes, immersed bodies) flows.

    Thermal radiation covers general theory, black and non-black bodies, grey bodies, view factors, radiative exchange between non-black surfaces as well as gas radiation.

    The chapter on condensation presents the basic theory on film condensation and influence of essential parameters and the geometry. Introduction to dropwise condensation is provided. The chapter on evaporation concerns boiling, empirical results, two-phase flow and heat transfer, convective boiling and condensation in tubes.

    The heat exchanger chapter describes various types of heat exchangers in engineering applications, presents theory and methods for sizing and rating of heat transfer equipment.
Knowledge and Understanding
  • For a passing grade the doctoral student must
  • be able to describe the fundamental mechanisms for heat transfer
    be able to explain the basic and important properties of the subject
    be able to perform analysis and synthesis of problems in heat conduction, convection, thermal radiation, condensation and evaporation
    be able to understand the basic heat exchanger theory
    be able toexplain and analyse internal and external laminar and turbulent heat transfer
    be able to understand under what conditions analytical or empirical methods are applicable
Competences and Skills
  • For a passing grade the doctoral student must
  • be able to analyse different heat transfer problems and suggest methods for analysis and synthesis
    be able to judge the uncertainties in the magnitude of heat fluxes and heat transfer coefficients
    be able to critically review chosen methods and results of calculations of heat transfer problems
    be able to participate in discussions and judgement of relevant problems of heat transfer
    be able to to present analysis and synthesis of basic questions of heat transfer both in a wriiten way and orally
Judgement and Approach
  • For a passing grade the doctoral student must
  • be able to actively take part in discussions and negotiations concerning relevant heat transfer problems
    orally and in written form present analysis and synthesis of basic issues concerning heat transfer
Types of Instruction
  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Laboratory exercises
  • Exercises
  • Project
  • Study visit
Examination Formats
  • Written exam
  • Written report
  • Written assignments
  • Failed, pass
Admission Requirements
  • MMVF01 Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics or FMFF05 Thermodynamics with Applications or similar
Assumed Prior Knowledge
Selection Criteria
Literature
  • Sunden, B.: Introduction to Heat Transfer. WIT press, 2012. ISBN 9781845646561.
Further Information
Course code
  • MMV031F
Administrative Information
  • 2016-11-14
  • Per Kristiansson

All Published Course Occasions for the Course Syllabus

2 course occasions.

Course code ▽ Course Name ▽ Division ▽ Established ▽ Course syllabus valid from ▽ Start Date ▽ End Date ▽ Published ▽
MMV031F Heat Transfer Energy Sciences 2019‑11‑14 Spring 2017 2020‑01‑20 (approximate) 2020‑03‑22 2019‑11‑14
MMV031F Heat Transfer Energy Sciences 2020‑11‑12 Spring 2017 2021‑01‑18 (approximate) 2021‑03‑10 2020‑11‑12

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