The course describes in a practical way what non-equilibrium thermodynamics is and how it can contribute to engineering fields. It explains how to derive proper equations of transport from the second law of thermodynamics or the entropy production. The obtained equations are more precise than used so far and can be used to understand the waste of energy resources in central process units in the industry.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: TU Delft
|1.1 Why is this field important- Lecture 1||00:38:00|
|2.1 The heart of the theory- Lecture 2||00:43:00|
|2.2 Why is this field important- Lecture 2 Slide||00:10:00|
|2.3 Exercise 1-Introduction||00:05:00|
|3.1 Understanding entropy production- Lecture 3||00:35:00|
|3.2 Understanding entropy production- Lecture 3 Slide||00:12:00|
|3.3 Exercise 2- Entropy production||00:08:00|
|3.4 Exercise 3- Transport equations||00:05:00|
|4.1 Coupled transport of heat and mass- Lecture 4||00:24:00|
|4.2 Coupled transport of heat and mass- Lecture 4 Slide||00:05:00|
|4.3 Exercise 4- Transport of Heat and Mass||00:05:00|
|5.1 Coupled transport of charge and mass- Lecture 5||00:26:00|
|5.2 Coupled transport of charge and mass- Lecture 5 Slide||00:15:00|
|5.3 Exercise 6- Transport of Mass and Charge||00:05:00|
|6.1 Coupled transport of heat and charge- Lecture 6||00:39:00|
|6.2 Coupled transport of heat and charge- Lecture 6 Slide||00:20:00|
|6.3 Exercise 5- Transport of Heat and Charge||00:05:00|
|7.1 How to find the optimal process unit- Lecture 7||00:34:00|
|7.2 How to find the optimal process unit- Lecture 7Slide||00:20:00|
|8.1 Optimal units in chemical processes- Lecture 8||00:33:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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