MECH 344

Heat and Mass Transfer

Spring 2013

 Time: 8:00 – 8:50 am, M-W-F Updated 1/16/2013 Location: Clark Building, A102 Instr./TAs: Dr. John D. Williams/Mr. Drew Swanson Office Hrs: Dr. Williams; M,W 9:00a-10:45a, Internet Cafe A104, Engineering Mr. Swanson, T,Th 8a-9:30a, A103J, Engineering TAs' e-mails: TA’s email address- Phone: Dr. Williams- (970) 491-8564  TAs: Names and meeting places and times to be announced in class  Text: Incropera, F. P., DeWitt, D. P., Bergman, T.L. and Lavine, A.S., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 6th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2007. Grading: Course Objectives: Three midterm exams (15% each), pop quizzes (10%), final exam (30%), and homework (15%). To become very familiar with the various modes of heat and mass transfer important to mechanical engineers. To become proficient in the techniques used to model heat and mass transfer processes. T:\classes\MECH\MECH344 Topic General Introduction and Basics of Conduction One-Dimensional Steady-State Conduction One-Dimensional Steady-State Conduction Two-Dimensional Steady-State Conduction Transient Conduction (Exam Wednesday, Feb. 20th) Introduction to Convection, External Flow Internal Flow Free Convection, Boiling Spring Recess (no class) Boiling and Condensation (Exam Wed., March 27th) Heat Exchangers Radiation: Processes and Properties Radiation: Exchange Between Surfaces Radiation Continued Radiation Continued (Exam Wednesday, May 1rd) Review Final Exam, Thursday May 16, 11:50a-1:50p Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 12-13 Chapter 13 Chapter 13 Chapters 1-13 Reading Chapter 1-2 Chapter 3 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6-7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9-10

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If have trouble getting to class early. The following guidelines are suggested for you to obtain the maximum number of points possible on the homework: 1. Staple sheets together. few hours late: -50%.. If software programs like MS Excel. All tables and plots must have labels along with units. do not hesitate to speak with Mr. Upon return of the homework. few minutes late: -5%. The following grading criteria will be imposed. Please list the values or place them in the equation in the appropriate location. Also note the important department policies listed on the following pages. quiz. and Academic IntegrityThe relatively frequent in-class quizzes and exams (total of ~7-10 or more) are intended to help the student keep current with the material. MathCad. Although discussion of homework with your peers is allowed and even encouraged. Exams. Late work will not be accepted without penalty (e..g. If you still have questions. Quizzes.g. Show the values used in each equation.. In most cases only one randomly selected problem per week will be evaluated in detail to determine your homework grade. Rath or with Dr. Make-up quizzes and exams will be given only in the event of un-anticipatable and unavoidable circumstances. or tape into your homework submission. Show the answer to the problem by circling or highlighting your answer and include any necessary written explanation or conclusion. more than a day late: -100%) unless there are un-anticipatable and unavoidable circumstances. the other problems will be quickly checked for completeness. Show any tables or plots necessary to demonstrate an understanding of the problem. So make sure you thoroughly understand all of the homework problems you turn in. in order to (a) encourage thorough understanding of the material and (b) provide practice at clearly presenting information for future career situations. and pay attention during class. Hand writing of the homework is encouraged to help you develop a knack for solving problems on paper as will be expected on tests. A written explanation of your point of . paste. Conflict Resolution Regarding GradingAny disagreement with homework. 5. please compare your work with the solutions posted on RAM-CT to make sure that you understand the problems. or exam grading must be settled with Dr. you should turn in your homework the day before (e. It is likely that a makeup quiz or exam will be accomplished in an oral exam format where you will stand at a board and answer questions. after class: -20%. etc are used. Use engineering paper and only write on one side. Particularly important is the sub-section on Academic Integrity. by sliding it under my office door or handing it directly to the TA). Homework must be submitted before the beginning of class the day it is due. F in the course or expulsion from the university). In these cases.MECH344 Course Policies – Spring 2013 Homework GuidelinesAll homework will be turned in as individual effort. Any form of cheating will result in severe penalties (e. please print out critical parts of the material you generate and staple. cut. 3.g. the homework you turn in must be your own work. Your homework average for the semester is worth 15% of your final grade. NOTE: the Student Rights and Responsibilities section of the University General Catalog provides general policies of conduct. 2. Show any required derivations or analyses used to reach the solution. 4. Show the equations used to solve the problem. MatLab. Williams within one week after the graded material is returned. Williams during their office hours or if necessary during other times by phone or email. keep current on text book reading.

All lectures have learning objectives and important information that you will be responsible for knowing. Dr. for the TAs and during Dr. Williams’ office hours. As members of this community you are expected to be full participants in the educational process that results in accomplished mechanical engineers. GradingTraditional grading will be used with the standard scale A = 100-90. Email and RamCT Discussion PolicyGeneral questions made via email should be directed to your TA. Do not engage in conversation or other activities with other students. Williams will not provide help or answer questions during tests. practice problems. quizzes. All quizzes and tests are closed book. Do not read the newspaper or work the crossword puzzle. Williams during lectures. The class-wide emails may contain important information regarding homework. it “short circuits” the knowledge and skills necessary to practice the profession. Please make sure that your primary CSU email address is the one you check frequently. Williams. Please use professional and respectful email communications at all times. Please plan on an enjoyable and nonconfrontational discussion of heat transfer concepts during your appointment. and erasers. If you do not wish to actively listen to the lecture. Please plan on using this resource to assist mastery of the course material. working to create and understand knowledge in a profession with established professional ethics. tests. etc. which must be turned in with your test. Please ask questions related to the lecture and reserve other questions having to do with test dates. (http://ncees. C = 80-70. D = 70-60. Use common sense.” The section further notes that “Academic . Turn off cell phones and laptops. you are allowed to bring 2 pages of notes. A sliding scale will be applied as necessary. Testing PolicyStudents are expected to take tests prepared. pencils. Only FE approved calculators can be used. etc.contention must be provided prior to making an appointment to discuss the situation (with the exception of mistakes Lecture PolicyStudents are expected to show respect to other students and Dr. and he will be able to answer most of your questions quickly. Emails Related to MECH344 CourseAll class-wide email announcements will be sent via ARIESweb to your primary email address. Jordan Rath. and you will distract the professor and other students if you do not abide by the above expectations. the faculty of the department requires that each student exhibit academic integrity in all university related work. Jordan is very familiar with the heat and mass transfer course and its policies. at the email address listed above. Bring your own pens. Williams' help. Doing any less violates the core of our profession and our academic community. Jordan is also managing the RamCT Discussion Board for this class with Dr. homework due dates. academic integrity is defined as “doing and taking credit for one’s own work. Do not leave early. As such. please do not come to class. Jordan will direct any unanswered questions to Dr. In the Policies and Guiding Principles Section of the Colorado State University General Catalog. Be in the classroom on time. Williams makes on scoring). Department of Mechanical Engineering Student Academic Integrity Policy Our department is a broad community of scholars striving for excellence. For tests. and F < 60. Mr. Academic misconduct not only violates our professional ethics. B = 90-80.

tables …) except those which the instructor has explicitly authorized for that exam or quiz alone. and/or exam answers is considered “facilitation of academic misconduct” and is prohibited. Any action in a group or class situation (whether or not in relation to race. Please locate and review these sections. exam solutions. or such other sanctions as negotiated between the faculty member and the Student Conduct Services Hearing Officer. or offering or making available homework solutions is considered “facilitation of academic misconduct” and is prohibited. your GTA’s. equations. . These are cornerstones of the educational process. or explicitly approved by the current course instructor. network drives…) is plagiarism and is prohibited. Unauthorized possession or disposition of such materials is also prohibited. solutions manuals. books. and the Student Academic Integrity Policy of the Department. 3. and negatively affects the relationship between students and professors. course files…) is prohibited. Joint development of solutions in student study groups is allowed . disability. which is tasked by the state to investigate incidents of this nature. Note that all cases of academic misconduct are referred to Student Conflict Services which may result in more serious sanctions including disallowing repeat/delete for the course in question. color. academic misconduct may further occur in the following ways: 1. b. but will minimally result in loss of credit (including the possibility of negative credit) for the assignment(s) in question. You are expected to be aware of. and (iii) processes established and used when academic honesty is violated. e. national orientation. 4. You are prohibited from possessing or using any materials of any form (electronic devices. age.” This section of the catalog describes (i) academic honesty that all students in the university are expected to adhere to. You must not consult or possess previous examinations (even if publicly available) and/or their solutions unless they are either provided by. Academic misconduct eliminates the educational discovery process (the “aha” moment) necessary in understanding. and meet. 2. honest environments for our intellectual pursuits. retaliatory. a.misconduct undermines the educational experience at Colorado State University. However. Violations of these obligations will result in sanctions that minimally result in negative credit. Offering or making available exams. (ii) examples of academic misconduct. examinations and finals) must consist of your own personal work without consultation with others and without prohibited materials or processes. religion. sex. Examinations and Quizzes: Examinations (all quizzes. a.evidence suggests that groups greatly aid the educational process. internet sources. and you may check your answers with these sources if available. b. your instructor. As applied in our department. conducive learning environments and will not be tolerated. hostile or offensive environment is a violation of our educational community’s obligation to provide open. c. these obligations. d. For all problems given in a homework assignment: You may freely obtain help (but not explicit solutions) from tutors. Any perception of harassment will be reported to the Colorado State University Office of Equal Opportunity. Academic Honesty: The Mechanical Engineering Department demands that all students meet the academic honesty requirements described in the Policies and Guiding Principles Section of the Colorado State University General Catalog. all work turned in for credit must be explicitly written up by you. Allowing students access to your homework solutions. Consequences for Academic Misconduct: The consequences of academic misconduct include failing the course. joint work in a student group. Harassment-Free Academic Environment: The faculty of the Mechanical Engineering department is committed to providing open. marking the student’s transcript with “AD” to signify academic dishonesty. or in study groups of students in the same class. c. course and/or exam files. lowers morale by engendering a skeptical attitude about the quality of education. past students. Copying solutions/answers from any source (past or current students. Homework Assignments: Homework is given to ensure that you understand and can correctly apply course material. Consulting material containing solutions (solutions manuals. notes. safe. internet sources. or sexual orientation) resulting in the perception of an intimidating. harassing.

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