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BMM 3513

Heat Transfer
COURSE OUTLINES

Subject Lecturers

Dr. Obed Majeed Ali, Sr. Lecturer


(Section 01)
Dr. Abdul Adam Abdullah, Sr. Lecturer
(Section 02)
Wan Azmi bin Wan Hamzah, Lecturer
(Section 03)
Subject Coordinator for Semester 2 / 2014-15
Wan Azmi bin Wan Hamzah

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Course Synopsis
The basic modes of thermal energy transfer viz.,
conduction, convection and radiation are introduced with
emphasis on understanding the fundamental concepts to be
used in analysing and solving real-life problems. The
applicability of 1-D heat conduction in various geometries,
the validity of one dimensional heat conduction in fins, the
distinction between steady and unsteady states, the
concept of boundary layer, the analogy between fluid flow
and convective heat transfer, the distinction between free
and forced convection, the properties of materials which are
responsible for energy transfer by radiation, the principles
in the design of heat exchangers with emphasized on
fundamental concepts and design methods.

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Course Outcomes (CO)


By the end of semester, students should be able to:
CO1: To understand the fundamental concept of
conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer.
CO2: To analyse and evaluate problem related to onedimensional heat flow and in different geometries.
CO3: To analyse and evaluate problem in single phase
forced and free convection heat transfer.
CO4: To analyse and evaluate problem related to
simple radiation heat transfer.
CO5: To design and apply the heat transfer problem
for application in the system of heat exchangers.

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Method of Assessment
Assessme
CO1 CO2
nt
Assignmen
ts &

Quizzes
Mid
Semester

Exam
Final Exam

Total

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CO
Distributi
CO4 CO5
3
on

30 %
30 %

40 %
100%

Week 1~9
Activity

Mid Sem
Exam
3 questions
Quiz 1
Quiz 2

Assignment - 1
Assignment - 2

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Syllabus /
Teaching
Plan

When

Duration

CO1, CO2

Week 8
17 April 2015 (Friday)
4.00 5.30 pm

90 mins

CO1 (Week 2)
CO2 (Week 5)

Conducted in class
Fill in blanks/ multiple choice /
short answers / definitions

CO1 (Week 2)
CO2 (Week 5)

Submission one week after

10 mins
10 mins

Week 10~14
Activity

Quiz - 3
Quiz - 4
Quiz - 5

Syllabus /
Teaching
Plan

When

CO3 (Week 10)

Conducted in Class
CO4 (Week 12) Fill in blanks/ multiple choice /
short answers / definitions
CO5 (Week 14)

Assignment - 3 CO3 (Week 10)

Duration

10 mins
10 mins
10 mins

Submission one week after

Assignment - 4 CO4 (Week 12)


Assignment - 5 CO5 (Week 14)

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Final Examination
Duration of exam: 3 hours
Consists of 5 questions covering ALL
COs. However, CO1 and CO2 assess
for fundamental question ONLY
Each question carries 20 marks
Open book final exam (Cengel
Textbook)
Pass mark in the subject is 40
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References
1. Cengel, Y.A., 2007. Heat and Mass Transfer: A
Practical Approach. 3rd Edition. McGraw-Hill.
2. J. P. Holman, 2010. Heat transfer, 10th Edition,
McGraw Hill
3. Incropera, F.P., DeWitt, D.P., Bergman T.L.,
Lavine A. S. 2007. Introduction to Heat Transfer.
5th Edition. Wiley Asia & Sons.
4. P.K. Nag, 2007. Heat and Mass transfer, 2nd
Edition, McGraw Hill
5. Leinhard, J.H., 2006. A Heat Transfer Textbook.
3rd Edition. Phlogiston Press.
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