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MECH 216. Thermodynamics II. 1 Credit.

Offered Spring Semester Only; Lecture hours:3,Lab:2
A continuation of MECH 213 with a focus on applications of thermodynamic principles including an extension of power and refrigeration cycles, psychometrics, reacting mixtures and combustion, and other selected topics. Prerequisites: MATH 211, MECH 213, MECH 222, or the permission of the department.

Mechanical Engineering (MECH)

The discipline of mechanical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals predominantly with the conversion, transmission, and storage of mechanical and thermal energy; the generation, transmission, and control of forces; the production and regulation of mechanical motion; and the optimal use of materials in the design and fabrication of the requisite machines and mechanisms.