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School of Engineering. Thermodynamics 1 (ENG1066). Dr Manosh Paul Dr John Howell. http://moodle2.gla.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1237. Glasgow History behind the Subject. Prof. Lord Kelvin discovered Thermodynamics Scale.

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thermodynamics 1 eng1066

School of Engineering

Thermodynamics 1 (ENG1066)

Dr Manosh Paul

Dr John Howell

http://moodle2.gla.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1237

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Glasgow History behind the Subject

  • Prof. Lord Kelvin discovered Thermodynamics Scale.
  • Prof. William Rankine founder of the subject and wrote first Thermodynamics book.
  • James Watt invented Steam Engine.
  • Robert Stirling invented Stirling Engine.
  • John LogieBaird - Inventor of the world's first television, "The father of television”.
  • Prof. Ian Donald first used diagnostic ultrasound in medicine.
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Course & Exam Formats

  • Exam Format:
  • Thermodynamics 1 (ENG1066)
  • Semester 2
  • Exam length: 1 hr 30 mins
  • Compulsory Question: 6
  • Course Format:
  • Total Lecture: 20
  • Tutorial Number: 3
  • Lab Number: 2
  • Course Credit: 10
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What to expect?

  • This course is designed to give students an introduction to engineering thermodynamics.
  • It concentrates upon basic principles, so that students can apply their understanding to a wide range of thermodynamics problems relevant to modern engineering.
  • To demonstrate the principles lecturers on the course will provide examples of relevance to aerospace, biomedical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineers.
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Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Thermodynamics
  • Heat, Mass & Power
  • Mechanisms of Energy Transformation
  • Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
  • Energy Conservation
  • Chemical Processes
  • Heat Engines and Pumps
  • Turbines, Compressors, Pumps, Windmills, Car and Jet Engines
  • Healthy Lifestyle
  • Heat Transfer from Human Body