ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles
Summer Quarter 2013-2014

Class Date Day Topics Assignment Due
Lecture 1 6 Jun F Abstraction in engineering, basic terminology;
Unit conversion
 
Lecture 2 9 Jun M Introduction to conservation of mass;
Tackling the unsteady term
Set 1 (1.4, B.1)
Lecture 3 10 Jun T Tackling the transfer terms - stationary boundaries;
Mass flux due to variable velocity profile
Set 2 (Supplement, 3.38 (a) & (b), 3.9 (a) & (c))
 Lecture 4 12 Jun R Tackling the transfer terms - moving, inclined boundaries;
Examples of conservation of mass - closed versus open systems, steady versus unsteady systems
Set 3 (3.4, 3.30, 3.33)
Lecture 5 13 Jun F Introduction to conservation of linear momentum - mass versus force transfers;
Tackling the mass transfer term - notion of inertial frame
Set 4 (3.31, 3.35, Supplement)
Lecture 6 16 Jun M Pressure as an example of normal force;
Friction as an example of tangential force
Set 5 (5.24, 5.5, 5.21)
Lecture 7 17 Jun T Relative motion - inertial versus non-inertial frames Set 6 (5.6, 5.9, 5.18)
Lecture 8 19 Jun R Impulse and finite-time form of conservation principle Set 7 (5.17, 5.26, Supplement)
Lecture 9 20 Jun F Exam 1 (Lectures 1 - 6)  
Lecture 10 23 Jun M Introduction to conservation of angular momentum - mass versus momentum transfers, review of vector (cross) product; Set 8 (5.16, 5.23, Supplement)
Lecture 11 24 Jun T Examples of conservation of angular momentum - steady versus unsteady systems; closed versus open systems;
Slipping versus tipping
Set 10 (6.4, 6.6, 6.11)
Lecture 12 26 Jun R Tipping in multiple-body problems;
Work-energy principle - kinetic, potential energies
Set 11 (6.22, 6.24, 6.28)
Lecture 13 27 Jun F Mechanical energy balance with springs;
Mechanical energy balance with impact
Set 12 (6.31, 7.42, 7.66)
Lecture 14 30 Jun M Introduction to conservation of energy - mass, work, and heat transfers;
Work transfer at non-flow boundaries
Set 13 (7.46, 7.69, Supplement)
Lecture 15 1 Jul T Work transfer at flow boundaries;
Substance models
Set 14 (7.9, 7.12, 7.13)
Lecture 16 3 Jul  R Exam 2 (Lectures 7, 8, 10 - 13)
Lecture 17 7 Jul M Steady-state devices;
Thermodynamic cycles
Set 15 (7.19, 7.52, 7.54)
Lecture 18 8 Jul T Introduction to accounting of entropy;
Substance models for entropy change
Set 17 (7.37, 7.67, 7.71)
Lecture 19 10 Jul R Applications of accounting of entropy - steady versus unsteady systems; closed versus open systems Set 18 (8.2, 8.15, 8.18)
Lecture 20 11 Jul F Final Exam (Lectures 14, 15, 17 - 19)  
       
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Prof. Calvin Lui
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