|Numbering Code||G-ENG04 5B054 LJ74||Year/Term||2021 ・ First semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||Lecture|
|Target Year||Target Student|
IBA CHIEMI (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
OGURA DAISUKE (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||Lectures will be given on how to determine the capacity of various equipment used for air conditioning and how to design the system consistent with architectural planning. From the viewpoint of optimal design, evaluation criteria and constraints such as economy and thermal environment, physical and mathematical modeling of them, search for feasible solutions, and various optimization techniques are also described. As the basis of the above, the concept of heat and moisture balance, heat transfer around heat exchanger, transfer systems such as pipes, ducts and pumps, and theory of mass transfer with phase change such as absorption refrigerators will be explained.|
|Course Goals||Understanding the concept of thermal/mass balance and optimal design in building equipment systems|
|Schedule and Contents||
Introduction, 1 class
Provides an overview of the lecture content and procedure.
Design problem, 2 classes
The definition of the building equipment system, the concept of equipment planning, the concept of evaluation including economy, and the necessity of the optimal planning method are explained.
Components of building thermal system, 3 classes
Basic information of thermal systems such as heat exchanger, fan, pump, refrigerating equipment and cooling tower is provided.
Equation fitting, 2 classes
A method of equation fitting from data such as temperature, pressure, and flow rate in the components of the thermal equipment system will be described.
Optimization problem, 2 classes
Formulation as an optimization problem for equipment systems.
Optimization techniques, 2 classes
Various optimization methods including the calculus method will be described.
Exercises and calculation, 2 classes
Exercises will be provided to promote better understanding of the content of the lecture.
Evaluation of achievement, 1 class
Achievement on above items will be evaluated.
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||
Evaluation will be based on report (60%) and class performance (40%).
Evaluation for class performance includes presentations and submission of assignments in the lecture.
Reports and presentations are evaluated based on the achievement of the target.
|Course Requirements||The participants are required to study Environmental engineering in Architecture I (40090) , Building equipment system (40180) etc., prior to join this course.|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||Give instructions as needed.|
Design of Thermal Systems (Third Edition), W. F. Stoeker, McGRAW-HILL BOOK Co, 1989
Other material will be distributed as needed.
|References, etc.||Give instructions as needed during the lecture.|