RPP Heat Transfer Sem I 20182019

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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING
ENGINEERING
LECTURE PLAN
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Name and Code of Course
HEAT TRANSFER / BDA 30603
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Synopsis
This course aims to introduce the physics of heat transfer processes
by the mechanisms of conduction, convection and radiation and
also to expose students to modern examples of engineering
systems and design considerations that depend upon heat transfer.
Topics in this course include mathematical analysis of idealized
cases for steady and unsteady conduction, analytical and semiempirical methods in convection, heat exchanger analysis and
radiation exchange.
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Name(s) of academic staff
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Semester and Year offered
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Credit Value
6
Pre-requisite (if any)
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Course Learning Outcome(s)
Dr. Mohammad Kamil bin Abdullah (S1 & S2)
Prof. Madya Dr. Norzelawati binti Asmuin (S3 & S5)- Coordinator
Dr. Normayati binti Nordin (S4)
Dr. Mohd Faizal bin Mohideen Batcha (S6)
Semester
1
Year
3
Credit
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
3
3
0
0
FLUID MECHANICS II
CLO 1: Conduct an investigation according to an appropriate
principles, theories and formulas related to heat transfer (PLO 4, C3).
CLO 2: Analyze heat transfer problems based on related theories,
techniques and formulas (PLO 1, C4).
CLO 3: Perform a good team
assignments/project (PLO 5, A3).
through
given
Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes
1. Conduct an investigation
according to an appropriate
principles,
theories
and
formulas related to heat
transfer (PLO 4, C3).
√
PLO 5
PLO 4
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO’s)
Programme
Learning
Outcomes
(PLO’s)
PLO 1
8
working
Teaching
Methods
Assessment
KPI
Lecture/
PBL/
Group
Discussion
Group Project
100% of the
students get
≥ 40% marks
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2. Analyze
heat
transfer
problems based on related
theories,
techniques
and
formulas (PLO 1, C4).
√
3. Perform a good team working
through given assignments/
project (PLO5, A3).
√
Lecture/
PBL/
Group
Discussion
Tests/
Individual
Assignments/
Final
Examination
100% of the
students get
≥ 40% marks
PBL/
Group
Discussion
Group Project
100% of the
students get
≥ 40% marks
*Indicate the primary causal link between the CLO and PLO by ticking “√” the appropriate box.
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Transferable Skills (if
applicable)
Skill(s)
How
to
instill
/develop the skills
Assessment
Method
(Skills learned in the course of
study which can be useful and
utilised in other settings)
Content outline of the course/module and the student learning time (SLT) per topic
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Introduction
1.1 Heat Transfer Applications
in Life
1.2 Applications in Engineering
1.3 1st and 2nd Law of
Thermodynamics
1.4 Spontaneous and Driven
Processes
1.5 Equilibrium and Steady
State
CLO1
CLO2
2.5
2-3
Conduction I
2.1 Modes of Heat Transfer
2.2 Thermal Conductivity
2.3 Heat Transfer Coefficient
2.4 Radiation Properties
2.5 1-D Steady Conduction
2.6 Uniform Heat Generation
2.7 Composite Bodies
2.8 Thermal Resistance
Concept
2.9 Heat Transfer from Curved
Surfaces
3.0 Critical Thickness of
Insulation
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
6
0.5
Independent
Learning (NF2F)
CLO
Others (e.g.
SCL)
Course Content
Practical
Week
Tutorial
Guided Learning (F2F)
Guided Learning
(NF2F)
Teaching and Learning Activities
Lecture
10
Total
SLT
3
6
12
18
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4-5
Conduction II
3.1 Fins Theory
3.2 Fins Design, Performance
Criteria and Fin Arrays
3.3 2-D Steady Conduction –
Conduction Shape Factor
3.4 1-D Unsteady Conduction
– Lumped System
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
5
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
8.75
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
2
CLO1
CLO2
8
1
6
12
18
27
1
3
6
1
18
24
Test 1 (24 October 2018)
Dewan Peperiksaan F2
(Atas)
6-8
Forced Convection
4.1 Fluid Flow, Convective
Heat Transfer and Friction
4.2 Boundary Layer Concept
4.3 Basic Equations
4.4 Use of Non-Dimensional
Numbers
4.5 Laminar Flow & Turbulent
Flow
4.6 Flow over a Flat Plate
4.7 Combined Boundary Layer
4.8 Flow over Bluff Bodies
4.9 Flow through Pipes
4.10 Flow Development
4.11 Reynold Analogy &
Colburn Analogy
0.25
Mid Semester Break
(4 – 10 November 2018)
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Natural Convection
5.1 Natural Convection
5.2 Grashof Number
5.3 Mixed Convection
5.4 Free Convection
Test 2 (4 December 2018)
Dewan Peperiksaan F2
(Bawah)
10 - 12
Heat Exchangers
6.1 Overall Heat Transfer
Coefficient
6.2 Co-flow, Counterflow and
Crossflow
6.3 Log Mean Temperature
Difference
6.4 Types of Heat Exchangers
6.5 LMTD – Design of Heat
Exchangers
6.6 Effectiveness of a Heat
Exchanger
6.7 Heat Exchanger Rating
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13 - 14
Radiation
7.1 The Phenomenon of
Radiation
7.2 Radiation Properties
7.3 Black Body & Grey Body
7.4 Spectral and Directional
Dependence
7.5 Total Hemispherical
Property
7.6 Radiation View Factor
7.7 Radiation Exchange
between Surfaces
7.8 Radiation Resistance
Network
CLO1
CLO2
CLO3
4.75
0.25
1
12
18
37
1
4
72
114
Revision Week
(23 – 29 December 2018)
Final Examination
(30 December 2018 – 19
January 2019)
TOTAL
Continous Assessment
CLO
Percentage
(%)
F2F
NF2F
Total
SLT
1. Test 1
CLO2
15
1.5
-
1.5
2. Test 2
CLO2
15
1.5
-
1.5
3. Individual Assignments
CLO2
5
-
-
-
4. Group Project
CLO1
CLO3
15
-
-
-
TOTAL
50
3.0
Final Assessment
CLO
Percentage
(%)
F2F
NF2F
Total
SLT
1. Final Examination
CLO2
50
3.0
-
3.0
TOTAL
50
3.0
TOTAL SLT
120
*F2F = face to face, NF2F=Non Face to Face
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Identify special requirement of
resources to deliver the course
(e.g., software, nursery,
computer lab, simulation room)
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Main references supporting
the course and
Additional references
supporting the course
1. Cengel, Y. A. and Ghajar, A., (2015). Heat and Mass Transfer:
Fundamentals & Applications, 5thEdition. (SI Units), McGraw Hill,
New York.
2. Bergman, T. L., Lavine A. S., Incropera, F. P. and DeWitt, D.
P., (2011). Introduction to Heat Transfer, 6thEdition, John Wiley &
Sons, New Jersey.
3. Holman, J. P., (2010). Heat Transfer, 10th Edition, McGrawHill, New York.
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Other additional information
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Course Attendance /
Regulations
1. Students must attend not less than 80% of the contact
hours for every course including Compulsory Attendance
Course (Hadir Wajib – HW) and Attendance Only Course
(Hadir Sahaja – HS).
Pelajar mesti hadir tidak kurang dari 80% masa pertemuan
yang ditentukan bagi setiap kursus termasuk kursus Hadir
Wajib (HW) dan kursus Hadir Sahaja (HS).
2. Student who does not fulfill (1) of the above is not allowed
to attend further lectures and is not allowed to sit for any
further assessment. Zero mark (0) will be given to student
who fails to comply with (1). As for Compulsory Attendance
Course (Hadir Wajib – HW), student who fails to comply
with (1) will be given Failure Attendance (Hadir Gagal – HG).
Pelajar yang tidak memenuhi perkara (1) di atas tidak
dibenarkan menghadiri kuliah dan tidak dibenarkan menduduki
sebarang bentuk penilaian selanjutnya. Markah sifar (0) akan
diberikan kepada pelajar yang gagal memenuhi perkara (1).
Manakala untuk kursus Hadir Wajib (HW), pelajar yang gagal
memenuhi perkara (1) akan diberi Hadir Gagal (HG).
3. Student must follow and obey all the University dress rules
and regulations and must discipline themselves to avoid
any disciplinary action.
Pelajar perlu mengikut dan patuh kepada peraturan berpakaian
Universiti yang berkuatkuasa dan menjaga disiplin diri masingmasing untuk mengelakkan dari tindakan tatatertib diambil
terhadap pelajar.
4. Student must obey safety regulations during the learning
and teaching process.
Pelajar perlu mematuhi peraturan keselamatan semasa
pengajaran dan pembelajaran.
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Prepared by:
Verified by:
Name: Prof. Madya Dr. Norzelawati binti Asmuin
Name: Prof. Madya Dr. Bukhari bin Manshoor
Position: Course Coordinator
Position: Head of Energy and Thermofluid
Engineering Department
Date: 30 August 2018
Date: 30 August 2018
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