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Assignments
Refer to the course syllabus for
grading and homework policies. Remember that, where
applicable, the solution to
each problem must at least contain:
 A brief statement of the
problem
 A list of all important
assumptions made in solving the problem
 The general form of the
equations used to solve the problem
 An equation with the
pluggedin numbers and the highlighted solution
Failure to include one of these
elements will result in lost credit for the problem.
Date out /
due 
Problems 
Solutions 
1 Sep / 8 Sep 
HW1 (PDF):
Course administration and concept questions. 

3
Sep / 15 Sep 
HW2 (PDF):
Problem solving, conservation of mass, temperature. 

10 Sep / 17 Sep 
HW3 (PDF):
Zeroth law, temperature, fluid statics, buoyancy. 

17 Sep / 24 Sep 
HW4 (PDF):
Properties of pure substances 

24 Sep / 6 Oct 
HW5 (PDF):
Property tables, ideal and real gasses 

6 Oct / 8 Oct 
HW6 (PDF):
Heat, work, and energy 

8 Oct / 15 Oct 
HW7 (PDF):
First law of thermodynamics 

15 Oct / 22 Oct 
HW8 (PDF):
Steady flow devices 

22 Oct / 29 Oct 
HW9 (PDF):
Second law of thermodynamics 

29 Oct / 10 Nov 
HW10 (PDF):
Entropy 

10 Nov / 12 Nov 
HW11 (PDF):
Entropy and ideal gases 

12 Nov / 19 Nov 
HW12 (PDF):
Isentropic devices and power cycles 

19 Nov / 1 Dec 
HW13 (PDF):
Brayton cycle, Rankine cycle, fluid flow 

1 Dec / 3 Dec 
HW14 (PDF):
Pipe flow, Refrigeration 

Quizzes
Problem statements and solutions
for the inclass pop quizzes are provided in the following table.
Group project
The group project is now
available for download and will be due on December 1, 2003, by
5:00 p.m. in WERC Rm. 235H. Be sure to download the project
files here and follow the required format in preparing your final
reports.
Reports for the final class
projects are available together in the
Class Project
Proceedings (PDF).
