Prof Kostic's Selected Lecture Notes/Presentations:

Read 1st * Lab Safety Rules** Back to KOSTIC Homepage
Project Instructions* Handouts Etc.** Class/HW/Lab/Exam Policies*** (1997 M. Kostic)

[Other Slide presentations] and [Some Suggestions for Problem Solving]

IMPORTANT NOTE: Class notes are not complete and are not substitute for attending lectures or reading assignments. Not all class notes will be posted on the web or distributed otherwise. Also, to reduce downloading time the graphics is at lower resolution, without animations and explanations like in my real presentations):

Let's get acquainted-First Things First!*[PDF format is convenient for printing].
Unit Conversions and Constants

MEE 340 & 540: Fluid Mechanics:
Main equations *** Fluid Kinematic Properties - motion & deformation (in PPT)
General Conservation Laws (PPT)
Reynolds Transport Theorem vs. Material/Lagrange Derivative ( in PPT)

MEE 350 & 351: Thermodynamics I & II (Applied):
Introduction to Thermodynamics
Main Thermo Formulas, Etc. * in PDF * see
General Conservation Laws (PPT)
Thermo Properties/Relations
Chemical Reaction and Combustion
Chemical Equilibrium
Compressible Flow in Nozzles and Diffusers

MEE 390&490: Experimental Methods I&II:
Basic Concepts of Measurement Methods (also Animated Part)
Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Signals * Sampling and FFT
Measurement System Behavior
Probability and Statistics
Uncertainty/Error Analysis
Computerized Data Acquisition-DAQ
Temperature Measurements
Pressure and Velocity Measurements
Flow Rate Measurements
Strain Measurements
Midterm Exam Sample:: Problems, Solution and [Problem 1 Diagram].
Sample of MEE 390 Final Exam

MEE 452: Design of Thermal Systems:
Engineering Design-Concepts & Methods (also in PDF format for printing)
Engineering Design-An Exmple (also in and PDF format for printing)
Piping Systems-Part A (also in and PDF format for printing)
Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchanger Analysis: Example 3-2
Prime Movers: Pumps and Fans
Thermal System Simulation (also in and PDF format for printing)
Design Economy, Optimization, Reliability and Safety

(also in and PDF format for printing)

Other General Handouts: [Click Here!]