ONSHORE STUDENTS: Eastop T D, McConkey A 1993, Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologies, 5th, Longman.
ONSHORE STUDENTS: G.F.C. Rogers and Y.R. Meyhew 2005, Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Fluids, SI Units, 5th (ISBN: 0631 197036), Blackwell Publishing.
OFFSHORE STUDENTS: Eastop T D, McConkey A 1993, Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologies, 5th, Longman.
OFFSHORE STUDENTS: Rogers, GFC and Mayhew, YR 2005, Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Fluids, Si Units, 5th, Blackwell Publishing
Energy Conversion and Management The aim of this course is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of energy management and energy conversion processes and cycles and the ability to apply these fundamentals to the analysis of engineering systems. The energy management component will focus on energy recovery methods; energy management in industry and buildings and environmental implications. The energy conversion component will review the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics and will use these in the analysis of non-flow, flow and combustion processes and heat engine and refrigeration cycles. The major assignment involves carrying out an energy audit to assess energy saving potential in the students’ place of work.