## COURSE OBJECTIVES

To able students to demonstrate the application of the First Law, Second Law, conservation of mass and properties of substances to practical engineering systems

## COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)

CLO-1: Evaluate the variation in air flow rate, volumetric efficiency, isothermal efficiency with compressor pressure ratio: – With and without (C5)

CLO-2: Evaluate the thermal efficiency of a mini steam power plant and comparing the result with theoretical values including basic cycle and cycle with feedwater heaters. (C5)

CLO-3: Evaluate the Engine performance parameters at full and partial throttling. (C5)

CLO-4: Setup various experimental apparatus such as the Boyle’s Law, dead weight tester etc. accurately. (P3)

CLO-5: Sketch the graphs using variables involved in experiments using equipment such as Boyle’s law and dead weight tester. (P3)

## COURSE CONTENTS

1. Bourdon Gauge and Dead Weight Tester

• Experiment # 01
• Calibrate Bourdon pressure gauge using the dead weight tester.

2. U-Tube and Inclined Manometer

• Experiment # 02
• To determine the air pressure using U-tube and Inclined tube manometer and compare it with analogue pressure gauge

3. Temperature Measurement Bench

• Experiment # 03
• To measure temperature and compare time constant of following temperature measuring devices:
• Bimetallic Expansion Thermometers
• Vapor-Pressure Thermometer
• Thermistors
• Thermocouples

4. Change of State of Gases

• Experiment # 04
• To Verify the Boyle’s and Gay-Lussac’s law by keeping constant interval of pressure, volume or temperature.

5. Marcet Boiler

• Experiment # 05
• To demonstrate the relationship between the pressure and temperature of saturated steam in equilibrium.

6. Mini Steam Power Plant

• Experiment # 06
• To determine the efficiency of boiler and super heater of mini steam power plant.

7. Two Stage Air Compressor

• Experiment # 07
• Study two-stage reciprocating air compressor performance by considering intercooler effect on compression work.

8. Performance of Nozzle

• Experiment # 08
• To determine the nozzle thrust.
• Experiment # 09
• To determination of the critical pressure ratio (convergent-divergent pressure ratio) and demonstration of the choking effect.
• Experiment # 10
• To determine the efficiency of nozzle of two different types.

9. Mechanical Heat Pump

• Experiment # 11
• To find actual and Carnot C.O.P of Heat pump using vapor compression Cycle and find percentage difference between them.
• Experiment # 12
• To determine the heat lost by the refrigerant in the condenser and compare it with the heat gained by the cooling water using a Mechanical Heat Pump.

10. Combustion Laboratory Unit

• Experiment # 13
• To determine the efficiency of the combustion process using a combustion laboratory unit test and compare it with stoichiometric reaction result.

11. Engineering Equation Solver (EES)

• Experiment # 14
• Introduction to basic EES operations and EES interface.
• Experiment # 15
• Implement knowledge of EES to solve the Thermodynamic problems.