#### THERMODYNAMICS

###### Domain: Environmental Engineering • Field of study: Environmental Engineering
 Type of course: Compulsory Language of instruction: Romanian Erasmus Language of instruction: English Name of lecturer: Ildiko Camelia Tulbure Seminar tutor: Ildiko Camelia Tulbure Form of education Full-time
 Form of instruction: Lecture Number of teaching hours per semester: 42 Number of teaching hours per week: 3 Semester: Summer Form of receiving a credit for a course: Grade Number of ECTS credits allocated 4

#### Course aims:

 Delivering theoretical and methodological basic notions related to thermodynamic systems used for shaping heat transfer in different situations;
 Students customisation to the specific terminology used in Thermodynamics;
 Presenting general calculation methods of processes related to heat transfer in pipe flows and in plane flows;
 Presenting some thermodynamic systems used in environmental engineering;
 Understanding the usage way of thermodynamic systems for heat transfer;

#### Course Entry Requirements:

Physics, Mathematics, Fluid Mechanics

#### Course contents:

 Introduction, goals and objectives of this course;  Thermodynamic states and processes, thermodynamic state parameters;  Thermodynamic systems;  Real gas, perfect gas;  First law of thermodynamics;  Perfect gas state transformation;  Second law of thermodynamics;  Exergy and anergy. Entropy. Entropy law. Entropic charts;  Fuels combustion;  Steams and humid air;  Cyclic processes. Carnot cycle. Motor cycle. Generator cycle. Examples of theoretical thermodynamic cycles and their materialisation;  Mass transfer. Examples;  Heat transfer. Examples;  Conclusions and applications in modelling of environmental pollution and in environmental engineering

#### Teaching methods:

Giving lectures, presenting real case studies, explaining industrial processes based on heat transfer, conversation, exemplification, applying hands-on methods

#### Learning outcomes:

 usage of basic thermodynamic notions in solving environmental pollution problems;  gaining basic notions for further analysing and designing thermodynamic processes;  good expertise retrieval and systematic knowledge on the basis of deeper insights within the study of environmental pollution and protection subjects.  basic notions for approaching environmentally friendly technologies (with small environmental impact)  Notions needed for analysis and assessment of whole life-cycles of different products with the goal of mitigating environmental impacts

#### Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:

Oral examination – 60%; continuous assessment by preparing reports and delivering results of practical work in the laboratory – 20%; implication in solving problems during seminars – 20 %