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Academic Year 2024Year School/Graduate School School of Engineering Lecture Code K5205010 Subject Classification Specialized Education Subject Name 伝熱学I Subject Name

（Katakana）デンネツガク １ Subject Name in

EnglishHeat Transfer I Instructor MATSUMURA YUKIHIKO Instructor

(Katakana)マツムラ ユキヒコ Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 2nd-Year, Second Semester, 3Term Days, Periods, and Classrooms (3T) Thur1-4：ENG 219 Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style

(More Details)Mainly lecture Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week Language of Instruction B : Japanese／English Course Level 3 : Undergraduate High-Intermediate Course Area（Area） 25 : Science and Technology Course Area（Discipline） 09 : Mechanical Engineering Eligible Students Engineering Category 1, FY2013 students or older. (around 140 students) Keywords heat transfer and temperature, conduction of heat, linear and turbulent flow, convection heat transfer Special Subject for Teacher Education Special Subject Class Status

within Educational

Program

(Applicable only to targeted subjects for undergraduate students)Criterion referenced

Evaluation

(Applicable only to targeted subjects for undergraduate students)Program of Mechanical Systems Engineering

（Abilities and Skills）

・Acquring basis of mechanical system engineering steadily and developing the applied skill.

Program of Material Processing

（Abilities and Skills）

・Acquiring basis of mechanical system, material creation and processing engineering steadily, and being able to apply

Program of Energy Transform Engineering

（Abilities and Skills）

・Acquring basis of mechanical system engineering steadily and developing the applied skill.Class Objectives

/Class OutlineWhile thermodynamics treats systems at equilibrium where temperature is homogeneous, heat transfer treats systems with non-equilibrated temperature and discusses temperature distribution and its time change or rate of heat transfer. In this lecture, conduction of heat and convection heat transfer are studied, which are the modes of heat transfer.

1) Understand the framework of heat transfer and learn fundamental knowledge of heat transfer and temperature (B-2)

2) Derive fundamental equations from Fourier's Law and learn fundamentals of conduction of heat (B-2)

3) Learn boundary layer approximation, which is the basic concept of convection, and deepen the understanding of convective heat transfer (B-2)

Class Schedule lesson 1 Fundamental of Heat transfer [Chapter 1 P1-P8]

lesson 2 Thermal conduction (Equation of thermal conduction) [Chapter 2 (2.1-2.2) P9-P15]

lesson 3 Thermal conduction (1D, steady, no heat generation) [Chapter 2 (2.3) P15-P20]

lesson 4 Thermal conduction (1D, steady, heat generation; overall heat transfer) [Chapter 2 (2.4-2.5) P20-P26]

lesson 5 Thermal conduction (Fin; 2D, steady, no heat generation) [Chapter 2 (2.6-2.7) P26-P32]

lesson 6 Thermal conduction (1D, unsteady, no heat generation) [Chapter 2 (2.8) P32-P37]

lesson 7 Thermal conduction (Numerical solution) [Chapter 2 (2.9) P37-P42]

lesson 8 Fluid mechanics (Continuity eq., Eq. of motion, Bernoulli's theorem) [Chapter 3 (3.1-3.3) P43-P49]

lesson 9 Fluid mechanics (Eq. of energy, boundary layer) [Chapter 3 (3.4-3.7) P49-P57]

lesson 10 Forced convection (Plate, laminar, strict) [Chapter 4 (4.1) P58-P65]

lesson 11 Forced convection (Plate, laminar, approximate) [Chapter 4 (4.2) P65-P72]

lesson 12 Forced convection (Tube, laminar, constant temp.) [Chapter 4 (4.3) P72-P79]

lesson 13 Forced convection (Tube, laminar, constant flux; fundamental of turbulence) [Chapter 4 (4.4-4.5) P79-P83]

lesson 14 Forced convection heat transfer (Turbulence and analogy) [Chapter 4 (4.6-4.7) P83-P88]

lesson 15 Forced convection heat transfer (Practical eqs.) [Chapter 4 (4.8) P88-P94]

Final exam is conducted. To deepen understanding, homework is given for every class. Its solution is explained at the beginning of the next class, and the students are to check the solution by themselves, and re-submit it. Submission is not mandatory, but it is considered when the score of the final exam does not reach the acceptable level.

Text/Reference

Books,etc.Textbook: Kikuchi and Matsumura, "Dennetsugaku" Kyoritsu Shuppan (2006). Edition larger or equal to 2 should be purchased. Its cover color is brighter than the first version, and it had publishing date later than Mar. 15, 2009. PC or AV used in

Class,etc.(More Details) Textbook and handouts Learning techniques to be incorporated Suggestions on

Preparation and

ReviewStudy textbook well.

Requirements Each student has to read the textbook by the lecture to understand the content, and questions are answered during the lecture (flipped classroom). Each students has to read the textbook pages of the next lecture and has to submit preparation memo in the specified format (A4, handwritten, 1 page) by the previous day. Final exam is conducted. To deepen understanding, homework is given for every class. Its solution is distributed in the next class, and the students are to check the solution by themselves, and re-submit it. It is considered when the score of the final exam does not reach the acceptable level. Grading Method Achievement is evaluated by the final exam. The evaluation is made by this achievement and students with the score higher than 60 % gets the credit. The evaluation is made by preparation memo (20 %) and final exam (80 %). When this score does not reach 60 %, submission situation of homework is considered up to 20 %. Practical Experience Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it Message http://home.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/mec/1rui/

Office hour exists. Visit the laboratory when you have questions.

(A)-(E) at the end of each item for the purpose of the lecture above expresses the studying and education target of Category 1. (See detail for the following URL.)

http://home.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/mec/1rui/

Other Homepage will be used.

https://www.hpthermo.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/heat/ht1/

Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.

Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.