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## ENVIRONMENTAL APPLIED PHYSICS

CODE 60357 2017/2018 6 credits during the 2nd year of 8715 Civil and Environmental Engineering (L-7) GENOVA ING-IND/11 Italian GENOVA (Civil and Environmental Engineering) 1° Semester This unit is a module of:

## OVERVIEW

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## AIMS AND CONTENT

### LEARNING OUTCOMES

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### TEACHING METHODS

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### SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Engineering thermodynamics: Introduction to energy issue: renewable and not renewable resources, energy needs and availability, environmental impacts. Energy transfer by heat. Energy transfer by work. State functions. Thermodynamic transformations. Ideal gas law and gas mixtures. Internal energy. First law of thermodynamics. Energy balance for control volumes. Second law of thermodynamics. Reversible and irreversible processes. Entropy. Pure substance. Thermodynamic planes: (p, T), (p,v), (T,S) (H, S), (p, H). Carnot theorem and cycle (direct and reverse). Energy conversion efficiency. Brayton cycle. Rankine cycle. Internal combustion cycles. Refrigeration cycle. Reverse cycle machines: refrigerator and heat pump. Refrigerants. Coefficient of performance. Absorption refrigeration system.
Heat transfer: Mechanisms of heat transfer. Thermal conduction. Fourier equation. Mono-dimensional problems. Thermal resistance. Transient thermal conduction. Forced convection. General principles and boundary layer. Dimensionless groups. Internal and external convection. Forced convention correlations. Natural convection. Forced and natural convention correlations. Radiative heat transfer. Black body. Planck’s and Wien’s laws. Emissivity and absorptivity. Legge di Kirchoff. Gray body. View factors. Lambert law. Radiation in black cavities. Radiation in gray cavities. Combined mechanisms of heat transfer. Overall heat transfer coefficient. Heat transfer in buildings.

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## TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

### Exam Board

DAVIDE BORELLI (President)

PAOLO CAVALLETTI

ANNALISA MARCHITTO

## LESSONS

### TEACHING METHODS

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### LESSONS START

19th of september

### Class schedule

ENVIRONMENTAL APPLIED PHYSICS

## EXAMS

### EXAM DESCRIPTION

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### ASSESSMENT METHODS

The modality to check the achievement of expected learning outcomes consists in the evaluation conducted during the exam, as well as in the sharing of the results of exercises performed during the course.

The written exam verifies the achievement of an adequate level of operational expertize such as to allow an effective practice in the field.

The theoretical comprehension of the subject is verified through oral questions regarding the different topics taught during the course.

### Exam schedule

Date Time Location Type Notes
11/01/2018 17:00 GENOVA Scritto
18/01/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
25/01/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
01/02/2018 10:00 GENOVA Scritto
08/02/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
15/02/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
08/03/2018 15:00 GENOVA Orale
05/04/2018 17:00 GENOVA Scritto
16/04/2018 15:00 GENOVA Orale
07/05/2018 15:00 GENOVA Orale
07/06/2018 10:00 GENOVA Scritto
14/06/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
28/06/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
09/07/2018 10:00 GENOVA Scritto aula G3A
19/07/2018 14:30 GENOVA Orale La prova si terrà alle ore 15 presso l'Auletta DITEC (via Opera Pia 15/A)
26/07/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
06/09/2018 09:30 GENOVA Scritto
13/09/2018 09:30 GENOVA Orale
11/10/2018 15:00 GENOVA Orale
30/10/2018 09:00 GENOVA Scritto
08/11/2018 15:00 GENOVA Orale Auletta DITEC
06/12/2018 09:00 GENOVA Orale
10/01/2019 09:00 GENOVA Compitino
10/01/2019 09:00 GENOVA Scritto
18/01/2019 09:00 GENOVA Orale
31/01/2019 09:00 GENOVA Orale
15/02/2019 09:00 GENOVA Orale
28/02/2019 09:00 GENOVA Orale

### FURTHER INFORMATION

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