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Module Aim and Indicative Content

ENG5098  aims to introduce students to basic thermodynamics and fluid mechanics concepts through lectures, labs and tutorials. Topics will include: ideal gas model, heat pumps and refrigeration cycles, Rankine cycle, fluid statics, flow in pipes and dimensional analysis.


Module Assessment

This module is assessed as 40% coursework and 60% exam to be held in January (exact dates confirmed in late December). Exam retakes are to be held in July.

The coursework element will consist of four 'in-class tests' which will help students identify their areas for improvement long before the exam period.

For those who require guidance on best revision practises please see https://www.bcu.ac.uk/exams-and-revision.


Module Team

This module is led by Dominic Flynn (Dominic.Flynn@bcu.ac.uk) who is your first point of contact for module related queries. For course-related queries, please contact either Tony Hayward (Tony.Hayward@bcu.ac.uk) for Mechanical Engineering or Jens Lahr (Jens.Lahr@bcu.ac.uk) for Automotive Engineering.


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