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Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering ChE 346

Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering

ChE 346 Heat Transfer Spring 2015

Course Catalog

3 Credit hours (3 h lectures). Nature and Modes of Heat Transfer. Steady-State Heat Conduction. Unsteady-State Heat Conduction (Lumped Analysis). Principles of Convection. Empirical Relations for Natural and Forced Convection. Introduction to Boiling & Condensation. Heat Exchangers.

Text Book(s)

Çengel, Y. and Ghajar, A., Heat and Mass Transfer, 4 th ed., McGraw Hill, New York, 2011.

 

References

Books

1.

Holman, J. P. Heat Transfer, 9 th ed., McGraw Hill, New York, 2002.

2.

Incropera, F. P.and Dewitt, D. P., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 5 th ed., Wiley, New York, 2002.

3.

Carslaw , H.S., and Jaeger, J.C., Conduction of Heat in Solids, 2 nd ed., Oxford university Press, New York ,

1959.

Journals

 

- Chemical Engineering Magazine

- Process Heating

Internet

 

links

- http://highered.mcgrawhill.com/sites/0073398128/information_center_view0/supplements.html

 

Instructor

Instructor

Dr. Rami Jumah

Office Location

 

College of Engineering building, CH1 L2

Office Phone

 

720-1000 ext: 22364

E-mail

 

Class Schedule & Room

Lecture Time:

Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, sec. 1: 9:15 -10:15, sec. 2: 10:15-11:15

Room:

CH2 106

 

Office Hours

Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday:

Monday and Wednesday:

11:15 - 12:15 11:00 - 12:00

Teaching Assistant

TBA

Prerequisites

Prerequisites by course

CHE 343 Fluid Mechanics

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Mapping of Course Objectives to Program Outcomes

1. Be familiar with the concept of heat transfer [a]

2. Describe the three modes of heat transfer mathematically and physically [a,e ]

3. Solve heat conduction problems in steady-state and transient conditions [a,e,k ]

4. Apply convective heat transfer correlations to both forced and free convective heat transfer systems [a,e ]

5. Perform general energy analysis on heat exchangers [c,e,k]

6. Design double pipe, shell and tube, and cross-flow heat exchanger [c,e,k]

Relationship to Program Outcomes (score out of 5) A B C D E F G
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Topics Covered
Topics
Chepters in Text
Introduction and basic concepts
Chapter 1
Heat conduction equation
Chapter 2
Steady heat conduction
Chapter 3
Transient heat conduction
Chapter 4
Fundamentals of convection
Chapter 6
External forced convection
Chapter 7
Internal forced convection
Chapter 8
Natural convection
Chapter 9
Heat Exchangers
Chapter 11
Boiling and condensation
Chapter 10
Evaluation
Assessment Tool
Expected Due Date
Weight
Homework & Quizzes
One week after homework problems are assigned
10%
First Exam
According to the department schedule
25
%
Second Exam
According to the department schedule
25
%
Final Exam
According to the University final examination schedule
40
%
ABET Category Content
Engineering Science
2.5
Credits
Engineering Design
0.5
Credit

Prepared by: Dr. Rami Jumah

Last Modified: February 4, 2015

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