Environmental Control Engineering, Adv.
|Numbering Code||G-ENG04 5B222 LJ74||Year/Term||2021 ・ First semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||Lecture|
|Target Year||Target Student|
|Instructor name||HARADA KAZUNORI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)|
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||
Lecture will be given on the elements of environmental formation in normal and fire conditions. The prediction methods of air flow, radiation and air quality is given. Discussion will be made on how to apply them to building design.
|Course Goals||The participants are to acquire basic concept of environmental control and to be ready for conducting research on heat and air quality studies.|
|Schedule and Contents||
Introduction (1 week)
The history of numerical analysis in environmental control is presented.
Numerical methods in heat conduction in solids (5 weeks)
A numerical method for heat conduction equation is introduced. At the end of this term, practice will be made on calculation methods in order to understand the basic concepts.
Numerical methods in fluid flow (5 weeks)
Control volume method is lectured as a basic method of calculation of fluid flow. At the end of the term, practice on SIMPLE algorithm is carried out.
Combined analysis and turbulence (3 weeks)
The concept of combined analysis of heat and fluid flow is introduced. It is understood that the turbulence models are also implemented in similar ways.
End-term examination and evaluation of achievements (1 week)
Checking degree of understanding.
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||Scores are evaluated by an end-term examination.|
|Course Requirements||Knowledge on Environmental Engineering in Architecture I [U-ENG24 24009 LJ74] and II [U-ENG24 24010 LJ74] is assumed.|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||Guidance will be given during the course.|
Hand-out's will be provided.
|References, etc.||To be specified during the course.|