Trasmissione del Calore
Applied Heat Transfer Renato Ricci
Basic knowledge of Calculus, Mechanics and Fluidynamics
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The course allows to the students to obtain the advanced knowledge about heat transfer topics in order to design advanced and traditional heat exchangers.
By means of the integration of expertise gathered in the undergraduate courses (Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer) the students complete their knowledge in the heat transfer area.
The students will obtain a deeper knowledge of mechanical engineering sciences with particular emphasis to last developments in this specific area. The ability to design complex heat sinks will be also obtained
CAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
In order to face complex design problems in the field of heat transfer the student should be able to correctly analyze the main thermal-fluid dynamics phenomena involved in the design and development of heat exchangers and heat sinks. Moreover the students will be able to use and/or develop specific design tools.
At the of the course the students will be talented to: 1. design a traditional or compact heat exchanger; 2. design an heat sink; 3. analyze a complex heat transfer phenomenon
The knowledge and the expertise aforementioned will provide an increment to students free learning abilities
Multi dimensional Conduction heat transfer. Control Volume numerical methods in steady and unsteady state. The heat sinks heat transfer modlelling by means of MATlab platform. Forced convection heat transfer. Natural convection heat transfer. Radiation heat transfer. The infrared thermography in laboratory applications. Heat pipes. Design of compact heat exchangers.
Development of the examination
LEARNING EVALUATION METHODS
Interactions with students during the lessons
LEARNING EVALUATION CRITERIA
Evaluation of the learning state
LEARNING MEASUREMENT CRITERIA
Problem solving skills
FINAL MARK ALLOCATION CRITERIA
Level of knowledge and analytical capacity
Lessons notes available on www.termofluido.univpm.it
- Ingegneria Meccanica (Corso di Laurea Magistrale (DM 270/04))