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HEAT TRANSFER - ChE 306    
                       
Fall 2010                    
                                                                                                                                                                        

Syllabus

Calendar      

Question of the Day   (interesting questions linked to heat transfer) 

Old (practice) Exams: #1 (Ch 1-5) (review sheet)  

                                    #2 (Ch 6-8) (review sheet)   

                                    #3 (Ch 9-11) (review sheet)

Exam Solutions #1 (Sept 15)  #2 (Oct 13)  #3 (Nov 17) (ignore open book 2c, it was deleted in the test I gave in class)

Review Questions (from Dec 3)

Heat Exchanger Project due Nov 22

Homework Assignments and Solutions*
HW Assignment (link to .pdf) Help Session Due Date Solutions Posted
1 (Ch 1-2) Thurs, 08/26, 5 pm,     SEC 3437 Friday, Aug 27th 1
2 (Ch 3) Thurs, 09/02, 5pm, SEC 3437 Friday, Sept 3rd 2 (corrected 09/08)
3 (Ch 4-5)     
        (problem 2: delete T3& T9)
Friday office hours 2 - 3 pm Monday, Sept 13 3
4 (Ch 6-7) Tues., 09/28, 5pm SEC 3437 Wednesday, Sept 29 4
5 (Ch 7-8)
problem 3 (assume air stays at inlet temp); problem 5/6 use Tmean to find xFD,h and xFD,t
Thurs, Oct 7th Monday, Oct 11 5
6 (Ch 9-10) during office hours
Monday Oct 25, 3:30-5
Wednesday, Oct 27 6
7 (Ch 10-11) Thurs, Nov 11,
5:30/6 PM
SEC 3437
Friday, Nov 12
problem 9 due
Monday, Nov 15
7
(prob 9)
8 (Ch 12-13)   No HW on Rad. 8

*Homework can be done in groups, but individual assignments must be turned in. You can use regular paper or engineering paper. Write neatly. Draw diagrams if appropriate. To turn in your assignment, fold the homework lengthwise and write your name on the back of the outside sheet. Stapling is encouraged (but there is no stapler in AIME 110). If you will miss class, you can have a classmate turn in your assignment, or turn it in to a homework folder on the bulletin board outside my office (3472 SEC) by Noon on the day it is due. Late homework is not accepted. If you have an excused absence for the day HW is due, the grade for that set can be dropped from your average. Solutions will be posted shortly after the assignment is due. Your homework average is calculated as total points earned / total points possible. There are 80 points on HW1, but each set may have a different value.

Quizzes

All will be announced prior to the quiz (no pop-quizzes)

Quiz Number Date of In-Class Quiz Solutions Posted
1 Wed., Aug 25 1
2 Wed., Sept. 1 2
3 Wed., Sept. 22 3
4 Friday, Oct. 1 4
5 Wed., Oct. 20 5
6 Wed., Nov. 3 6
7 Wed., Nov 10 7
PROBLEM-SOLVING QUIZ
(copy of grading rubric)
Wed., Dec 1
OPEN BOOK/CLOSED NOTES/CLOSED HW
Rubric Quiz

 

Elmo Lecture Notes (from Class *updated at least weekly)
these will be uploaded to E-learning (more server space)... go to elearning.ua.edu

Aug 18 Sep 3 Sep 24 Oct 11 Nov 1 Nov 19
Aug 20 Sep 8 Sep 27 Oct 15 Nov 3 Nov 22
Aug 23 Sep 10 Sep 29 Oct 18 Nov 5 Nov 29
Aug 25 (none) Sep 13 Oct 1 Oct 20 Nov 8 Dec 1
Aug 27 Sep 17 Oct 4 Oct 22 Nov 10 Dec 3
Aug 30 Sep 20 Oct 6 Oct 25 Nov 12  
Sep 1 Sep 22 Oct 8 Oct 27 Nov 15  

 

Supplemental Lecture Notes (from textbook)
(these supplement class lectures, and many times go into details beyond what is covered in class)

Ch 1 (a, b) Ch 6 (a, b) Ch 9 (a, b, c) Ch 12 (a, b, c)
Ch 2 (a) Ch 7 (a, b, c) Ch 10 (a, b) Ch 13 (a, b)
Ch 3 (a, b, c) Ch 8 (a, b, c) Ch 11 (a, b)  
Ch 4 (a, b)      
Ch 5 (a, b, c)      

Exam Dates

September 15         October 13           November 17       December 7 (8:00 - 10:30 am)

    Things You Already Know About Heat Transfer (Day 1)

 

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