This unit applies thermodynamic principles to more advanced systems. Students will develop an advanced understanding of energy conversion systems, with emphasis on energy efficiency. Systems studied will include liquefaction, compression, air conditioning and combustion. Advanced Second Law analysis is used to better understand limits to energy efficiency.
|Unit name||Maritime Systems|
|College/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Australian Maritime College
|Discipline||National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics|
|Coordinator||Doctor Javad Mehr|
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
|Location||Study period||Attendance options||Available to|
- International students
- Domestic students
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- Explain the basic principles of hydraulic systems and perform calculations for common hydraulic components used in maritime industry.
- Explain the principles of reciprocating gas compressors. Make calculations of power and efficiency for multi-stage compressors.
- Explain thermodynamic cycles of various liquefaction systems including a refrigeration system. Describe the factors that affect their performance and carry out performance calculations.
- Describe the thermodynamics of moist atmospheric air. Calculate cooling and heating loads for air conditioning processes.
- Explain the basic principles of combustion processes, including exhaust emissions. Estimate flame temperatures with dissociation.
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- Available as a Commonwealth Supported Place
- HECS-HELP is available on this unit, depending on your eligibility3
- FEE-HELP is available on this unit, depending on your eligibility4
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|Assessment||Class Tests (20%)|Lab 1 - Refrigeration Laboratory. (15%)|Examination - invigilated (externally - Exams Office) (50%)|Lab 2 - Engine Laboratory. (15%)|
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Required readings will be listed in the unit outline prior to the start of classes.
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