MET 314LAB - Applied Thermodynamics Laboratory
Practical application of thermodynamics systems teaching First and Second Law of Thermodynamics principles. Lab work includes usage of state-of-the-art instrumentation and data systems. This couse is two hours per week with an associated lecture that is four hours per week.
Prerequisites: MATH 173 with a grade of C or higher and (PHYS 112 or PHYS 182) with a grade of C+ or higher and (CHEM 111 or CHEM 181).
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Interpret the practical aspects of thermodynamics by relating theory to various applications of energy conversions systems.
- Analyze refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
- Examine terminology in the energy conversion technical field in order to read, discuss and comprehend the relevant literature.
- Predict and measure the performance of energy conversion systems.
- Plan and conduct energy conversion experiments.
- Perform computerized data analysis and be able to present and explain experimental results with clarity.
- Write various types of test reports common in the engineering field.
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Fall Locations: Ellensburg
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