Mining and Minerals Engineering

CSM3376 - Modelling, Simulation and Control (2011)

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MODULE TITLEModelling, Simulation and Control CREDIT VALUE10
MODULE CODECSM3376 MODULE CONVENERUnknown
DURATION: TERM 1 2 3
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A practical introductory course in computer software used in the design of power conversion plant and machines. The basic aim of this module is to equip students with a basic appreciation and elementary capability of three advanced computer modelling and simulation design tools. It will not be possible to cover all the features and all of the capabilities of each of the tools that feature in the module. Rather, students receive instruction in the use of the software is tackling a rather specific design problem: that of modelling the effect of including a heat recovery system on within a fairly typical domestic property that has double glazing and cavity wall insulation.
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SYLLABUS PLAN - summary of the structure and academic content of the module
IES Virtual Environment Training 1. Installing and Operating IES Virtual Environment 2. Introduction of case study 3. Setting up the model – ModelIT module 4. Daylight simulation – SunCAST module 5. Introduction to the Apache module 6. Sources of reliable environmental data 7. Viewing and interpretation of Apache results 8. Modelling air and heat flow in buildings – Micropro module 9. Embedding a thermal control systems within the model 10. Evaluation of payback of double glazing & cavity wall insulation 11. Setting up the model for inclusion of a heat recovery system Solidworks Training 1. The Solidworks GUI 2. Basic sketching 3. Basic part modelling 4. Modelling a casting 5. Revolved features 6. Shelling and ribbing 7. Editing: Repairs 8. Design tables 9. Configuration of parts 10. Assembly modelling Heat recovery design tutorial Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics 1. Problem types: coupled heat and fluid flow 2. Boundary conditions 3. Initial conditions 4. Fluid properties 5. Description in terms of dimensionless numbers 6. Discretisation issues; utilising problem symmetry 7. Introduction to Saints2D 8. 2D Orifice problem 9. 2D Backward facing step problem 10. 2D Forward facing step problem 11. 2D forced convection problem 12. Demonstration of Gambit 3D and Fluent 3D
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ASSESSMENT
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - for feedback and development purposes; does not count towards module grade
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (% of credit)
Coursework 100 Written Exams 0 Practical Exams
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CREDIT VALUE 10 ECTS VALUE 5
PRE-REQUISITE MODULES CSM2253, CSM2276, CSM2288
CO-REQUISITE MODULES
NQF LEVEL (FHEQ) 3 (NQF level 6) AVAILABLE AS DISTANCE LEARNING No
ORIGIN DATE Thursday 15 December 2011 LAST REVISION DATE Thursday 15 December 2011
KEY WORDS SEARCH None Defined