Dimitrios G. Maltezos, P.E.
Professor of Mechanical and
 Manufacturing Engineering Technology

MET 117 -
Manufacturing
Processes

MET 127 -
Advanced

Manufacturing
Processes


MET 210 -
Applied
Thermodynamics

MET 405 -
Dynamics

MET 411 -
Applied
Heat
Transfer

 

Contact:
Voice:  
(631) 420-2004
Fax:  (631) 420-2194

Office:
Room 180 - Lupton Hall
SUNY Farmingdale
Farmingdale, NY 11735

Email:
maltezdg@farmingdale.edu

 

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MET 411 - Applied Heat Transfer

Course Description

The main purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of problems related to heat transfer. The fundamental laws of conduction, convection, and radiation are studied using analytical and graphical methods. Applications to industrial heat transfer problems will also be covered, including heat exchangers and industrial furnaces.

Prerequisite: Completion of Departmental mathematics requirements. (3,0) credits.



Textbook

Introduction to Heat Transfer, 4th edition, Frank P. Incropera, John Wiley & Sons



Goals/Objectives

To introduce the students to the principals of Heat Transfer and the applications of heat transfer in the design and manufacturing areas.



Course Topics

  • Introduction to heat transfer
  • Heat transfer by conduction
  • Electrical analogy
  • Conduction with heat sources
  • Mid-term exam
  • Heat transfer by convection
    • Laminar flow
    • Turbulent flow
  • Free convection
  • Heat transfer by radiation
  • Heat exchangers
  • Industrial furnaces
  • Final test


Note: Homework problems will be assigned form textbook, and possible an additional take home test




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