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10302 工程

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Textbooks
Advanced Engineering Mathematics (2nd edition), Michael
D.Greenberg, 滄海書局

Quizzes (x3, 25%)
Midterms (x2, 50%)
Final (25%)

Content
The subject of Engineering Mathematics is comprised of five  parts within two semesters:
1. Ordinary Differential Equations
2. Linear Algebra
3. Multivariable Calculus and Field Theory
4. Fourier Methods and Partial Differential Equations
5. Complex Variable Theory

In Engineering Mathematics II, we focus on “Multivariable Calculus and Field Theory”, “Fourier Methods and Partial Differential Equations”, and “Complex Variable Theory” to cover the rationale and of particular the engineering applications. The detailed schedule of this semester is listed below:

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【指定用書】

1. Lecture notes
2. Christopher Hammond, "The Basics of Crystallography and Diffraction" second edition

【參考用書】
1. B.D. Cullity and S.R. Stock," Elements of X-ray Diffraction", 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, 2001.
2. Eugene Hecht “Optics”. (Chapter 10)

3. John M. Cowley, “Diffraction Physics”. (Chapter 2)

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Can you imagine that your computer is not connected to any network? Can you imagine that your computer is a network through some wireless technology? Is a hand held mobile phone a phone or a computer? Can our TV become a computer?
Can you design a computer in which all of the peripheral devices are connected to the computer through wireless communication?
In this course we will introduction the six topics to Non-Electrical-Engineering Students

 1. An Overview of Computer Communication 1.1 Analog and Digital Signals 1.2 Two Kinds of Media: Electrical and Electromagnetic 1.3 Carrier and Modulation 1.4 The Real Time and Non-real Time Transmission Problems 1.5 The Multiplexing Receiving Problem 1.6 The Multiplexing Transmission Problem 1.7 The Basic Concepts of Antenna Design
 2. Conversions Between Analog and Digital Information 2.1 Pulse Code Modulation 2.2 Minimum Sampling Rate-Nyquist Rate 3. Fourier Representations for Signals 3.1 FourierSeries 3.2 Fourier Transform 3.3 FT Representations for Periodic Signals 3.4 The Fast Discrete Fourier Transform 3.5 The Physical Meaning of the Fourier Transform 4. Analog Modulation Techniques 4.1 AmplitudeModulation 4.2 Double Sideband Suppressed-Carrier (DSB-SC) 4.3 Single Sideband Modulation (SSB) 5 Digital Modulation Techniques 5.1 Baseband Pulse Transmission 5.2 Amplitude-Shift Keying (ASK) 5.3 Binary Phase-Shift Keying (BPSK)

 6 Multiple Access Communications 6.1 Frequency-Division Multiple Access(FDMA) 6.2Time-Division Multiple Access(TDMA) 6.3 Code-Division Multiple Access(CDMA) 6.3.1Two-User CDMA System 6.3.2K-user CDMA system 6.4Carrier Sense Multiple Access 6.5The Multiplexing Transmission Problem

Introduction to Communications for Non-Electrical-Engineering Students by
Mao-Ching Chiu ,Chia-Tung Lee , Eric S.Li ,Jung-Shan Lin and Tai-Ping Sun

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【課程介紹】
Course Description
本課程分兩學期授課,上學期先介紹熱力學三大定律及各種熱力學函數,例如熱容量, entropy,焓及自由能等;並討論單相氣體及凝態系統之熱力學性質o從統計熱力學解釋 entropy之微觀意義,以及partition function與自由能之關係式,並特別舉例說明其應用於熱容量之理論推導o下學期則討論理想與真實溶液之性質,雙元相圖與自由能之關係,化學反應之平衡觀念,特別以固態材料系統為對象,探討其化學反應及相轉變所需考量之熱力學觀念。

【指定用書】
Text Book
 * D.R. Gaskell: "Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials," 5th ed.

【參考書籍】
References
 * R.T. DeHoff, "Thermodynamics in Materials Science," McGraw-Hill, 1993. * R.A. Swalin, "Thermodynamics of Solids," 2nd ed., John Wiley&Sons, 1972.

【教學方式】
Teaching Method
課堂講解

【教學進度】
Syllabus
【第1週】
Ch.1 Introduction and Definitions of Terms (I):
1. What do we learn from “Materials Thermodynamics”?
2. Classical versus Statistical Thermodynamics,
3. Thermodynamics versus Kinetics.
4. Thermodynamic systems of materials,
5. Thermodynamic variables,
6. Concept of state,
7. How to distinguish a state function.

【第2週】
Ch.1 Introduction and Definitions of Terms (II):
8. Equation of state of an ideal gas.
Ch.2 First Law of Thermodynamics:
1. Energy conversion,
2. Relation between heat and work,
3. First law of thermodynamics,
4. Internal energy (U) and Enthalpy (H),
5. Heat capacity.
7. Reversible Isothermal Process,
8. Calculation examples for monatomic ideal gas.

【第3週】
Ch.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics (I):
1. Spontaneous Process and Reversible Process,
2. Entropy and Degree of Irreversibilty,
3. Entropy and Reversible Heat,
4. Reversible Isothermal Compression of Ideal Gas,

5. Reversible Adiabatic Expansion of Ideal Gas.
6. Properties of Heat Engine,
7. Thermodynamic Temperature Scale,

【第4週】
Ch.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics (II):
8. Second Law of Thermodynamics.
9. Maximum Work for Reversible Process,
10. Criterion for Equilibrium,
11. Combined Statement of 1st and 2nd Laws.

【第5週】
Ch.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics (III):
12. Calculation Examples.
Ch. 4 Auxiliary Functions (I):
1. Defined Functions of H, A, G and their
differential equation.
2. Enthalpy and constant pressure heat,
3. Helmholtz Free Energy.

【第6週】
Ch. 4 Auxiliary Functions (II):
4. Gibbs Free Energy,
5. Summary of Criteria for Equilibrium,
6. Coefficient Relations,
7. Maxwell Relations,
8. Reciprocal and Ratio Relation,

【第7週】
Ch. 4 Auxiliary Functions (III):
9. Derived equations: 1st, 2nd , 3rd TdS equations;

Gibbs-Helmholtz Equation; cp-cv; and other
important equations for ideal gas.
10.General Strategy for Deriving Thermodynamic
Relations,

【第8週】
Ch. 4 Auxiliary Functions (IV):
11. Application to an Ideal Gas,
12. Application to Solids and Liquids,
13. Calculation Examples.

【第9週】
Mid-term exam;
Ch.5 Statistical Thermodynamics (I):
1. Physical Significance of U and S,
2. Entropy and Disorder on an Atomic Scale,
3. Macrostate and Microstate

【第10週】
Ch.5 Statistical Thermodynamics (II):
4. Determination of the Most Probable Microstate,
5. Partition Function and Boltzmann Equation
for Entropy,
6. Heat Flow and Entropy Production,
7. Configurational Entropy and Thermal Entropy,
8. Calculation Examples,
9. Calculation of S, A, U, Cv from Partition Function.

【第11週】
Ch.5 Statistical Thermodynamics (III):
10. A model with Two Energy Levels,
11. Internal Energy and Heat Capacity of a Crystal,
12. Internal Energy and Heat Capacity of
Monatomic and Polyatomic Ideal Gases.

【第12週】
Ch.6 Heat Capacity, Enthalpy,
Entropy as a function of T (I):
1. Heat Capacity,
2. Hp(T), Hp(T) and Q (Heat of Reaction),
3. S(T) and the 3rd Law of Thermodynamics,
4. Experimental Verification of 3rd Law.

【第13週】
Ch.6 Heat Capacity, Enthalpy,
Entropy as a function of T (II):
5. Influence of P on H and S,
6. Calculation Examples.

【第14週】
Ch.7 Phase Equilibrium
in One Component System (I):
1. Thermodynamic Equilibrium,
2. G(T), G(T) at constant P=1 atm,
3. G(P), G(P) at constant T,
4. Phase Equilibrium Between Solid and Liquid,
5. Phase Equilibrium Between Condensed phases
and Vapor.

【第15週】
Ch.7 Phase Equilibrium
in One Component System (II):
6. Phase Diagram in One Component System,
7. Solid-Solid Equilibrium (Allotropy),
8. Calculation Examples.

【第16週】
Ch.8 Behavior of Real Gases (I)
1. Ideal Gas versus Real Gas,
2. P-V-T Relationships of Gases,
3. Deviation from Ideality and Equations of State
for Real Gases,
4. Van der Waals Gas,
5. Other Equations of State for Nonideal Gases.

【第17週】
Ch.8 Behavior of Real Gases (II)
6. Thermodynamic Treatment of Nonideal Gases,
7. Calculation Examples.

【第18週】
Final Exam.

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Calculus.

This course gives
an introduction to the essentials of linear algebra. There will be four one-hour lectures per week.

G. Strang, Introduction to Linear Algebra, 4th ed. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 2009.

 ＊ G. Strang, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 4th ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson, Brooks/Cole, 2006. ＊ S. H. Friedberg, A. J. Insel, and L. E. Spence, Linear Algebra, 4th ed.;Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2003. ＊ L. E. Spence, A. J. Insel, and S. H. Friedberg, Elementary Linear Algebra: A Matrix Approach, 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2008. ＊ S. J. Leon, Linear Algebra with Applications, 8th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2010.

Solving linear equations
Vector spaces and subspaces
Orthogonality
Determinants
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
Linear transformations
Complex vectors and matrices

Homework 20%, two midterm exams 50%, and final exam 30%.

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【課程介紹】
Course Description
本課程先複習熱力學三大定律及各種熱力學函數，例如熱容量,entropy,焓及自由能等，從統計熱力學解釋entropy之微觀意義;熱力學函數的基本數學;介紹熱力學之平衡觀念及單元系統的相轉變o再討論氣體的混合，討論理想與真實溶液之性質，雙元相圖與自由能之關係，化學反應之平衡觀念，特別以固態材料系統為對象，探討其化學反應及相轉變所需考量之熱力學觀念o

【指定用書】
References
 * "Introduction to the thermodynamics of materials", D.R. Gaskell; 5th Ed.

【參考書籍】
References
 * R.A. Swalin,"Thermodynamics of Solids", 2nd ed., 1972 * ﻿R.T. DeHoff:"Thermodynamics in Materials Science", 1993 ﻿

【教學方式】
Teaching Method
* 課堂講授,討論,考試

【教學進度】
Syllabus
【第1週】
Ch.1~8 Review of fundamental Thermodynamics(I):
1.Scope of Materials Thermodynamics
2.Laws of Thermodynamics
3.Definitions of thermodynamic functions
and some important parameters
4.Variation of V, S, H, G as a function of T, P.

【第2週】
Ch.1~8 Review of fundamental Thermodynamics(II):
1.Calculation of S, H, G and S, H, G
for temperature changes at constant P
2.Application of Gibbs-Helmholtz Eq.,
Clapeyron Eq., Clausius-Clapeyron Eq
3.G(T,P) for a single phase substance
and two-phases equilibrium.

【第3週】
Ch.1~8 Review of fundamental Thermodynamics(III):
1.Thermodynamics of ideal and real gases
2. Thermodynamics of mixing of ideal gases:
definitions of partial molar quantities,
calculations of
Smix, Umix, Hmix, Gmix

【第4週】
Ch.9 Behavior of solutions(I):
1.Raoult’s law and Henry’s law
2.Activity of a component in solution
3.Gibbs-Duhem equation
4.Relation between G and  of binary solution
5.Relation between ai,and ,GM
6.Method of graphical determination of   from  GM

【第5週】
Ch.9 Behavior of solutions(II):
1.Properties of ideal solution
2.Nonideal solution
3.Application of Gibbs-Duhem equation (1-2).

【第6週】
Ch.9 Behavior of solutions(III):
1.Apllication of Gibbs-Duhem equation(3)
2.Regular solution
3.Non-regular solution

【第7週】

Ch.9 Behavior of solutions(IV):
1.Quasi-chemical model of solutions
2.Calculation examples.

【第8週】

Ch.10 Binary phase Diagrams
and
GM (XB) curves(I):
1.GM (XB) curve of a homogeneous solution
2. GM (XB) curve of a regular solution
3.Citerior for phase stability in regular solution.

【第9週】

1.Mid-term exam
2. Ch.10 Binary phase Diagrams
and
GM (XB) curves(II): Standard states
and two-phases equilibrium.

【第10週】
Ch.10 Binary phase Diagrams
and
GM (XB) curves(III):
1.Isomorphous phase diagram
2.Binary phase diagrams with liquid
and solid exhibiting regular solution

【第11週】
Ch.10 Binary phase Diagrams
and
GM (XB) curves(IV):
1.Eutectic phase diagrams
2.Monotectic phase diagram
3.Calculation examples.

【第12週】

Ch.11 Reactions involving gases(I):
1.Reaction equilibrium in gas mixture
and equilibrium constant
2.Effect of temperature on Kp
3.Effect of total pressure on Kp.

【第13週】

Ch.11 Reactions involving gases(II):
1.Reaction equilibrium in SO2-SO3-O2 system
2.To keep a constant pO2 through gas mixture
of SO
2/SO3, CO/CO2, H2/H2O.

【第14週】
Ch.11 Reactions involving gases(III):
Calculation examples.

Ch.12 Reactions involving gases
and pure condensed phases(I):
1.Reaction equilibrium in a system containing
pure condensed phases and gas phases.
2.Variation of “Standard Gibbs free energy change” with T.

【第15週】

Ch.12 Reactions involving gases
and pure condensed phases(II):
1.Ellingham Diagrams
2.Stability of metals and metal-oxides.

【第16週】

Ch.12 Reactions involving gases
and pure condensed phases(III):
1.Effect of phase transition
2.Stability of oxides in H2/H2O gas mixtures
3.Nomographic scale of H2/H2O

【第17週】

Ch.12 Reactions involving gases and
pure condensed phases(IV):

1.Stability of oxides in CO/CO2 gas mixtures
2.Upper limit of (pCO/pCO2) at a fixed T
3.Calculation examples.

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Review
Neutron Diffusion and Moderation,
Nuclear Reactor Theory (2 hours)

Chapter 7  The Time Dependent Reactor  (12 hours)
7.1Classification of Time Problems
7.2Reactor Kinetics (4.5 hours)
7.3Control Rod and Chemical Shim (2.5 hours)
7.4Temperature Effect on Reactivity (1.5 hours)
7.5Fission Products Poisoning (2 hours)
7.6Core Properties during Lifetime (1.5 hours)

Chapter 8  Heat Removal from Nuclear Reactors (11 hours)
8.1  General Thermodynamic Consideration (1 hour)
8.2  Heat Generation in Reactors (1.5 hours)
8.3  Heat Flow by Conduction (1.5 hours)
8.4  Heat Transfer to Coolant (2 hours)
8.5  Boiling Heat Transfer (2.5 hours)
8.6  Thermal Design of a Reactor (2.5 hours)

Midterm Examination,  April 24th, Wednesday, 7:00 pm

Chapter 4  Nuclear Reactors and Nuclear Power (10 hours)
4.1Fission Chain Reactions
4.2Nuclear Reactor Fuel (2 hours)
4.3Non-Nuclear Components of Nuclear Power Plants (1.0 hours)
4.4Components of Nuclear Reactors (1.0 hours)
4.5Power Reactors and Nuclear Steam Supply System (4 hours)
4.6Nuclear Fuel Cycles (2 hours)

【指定用書】
John R. Lamarsh, Anthony J. Baratta,

“Introduction to Nuclear Engineering”, 3rd Edition, Prentice, Inc. 2001

【參考用書】
1.S. Glassstone& A. Sesonake, “Nuclear Reactor Engineering”,
4th Ed. Chapman & Hall, 1994
2.E.E. Lewis, “Nuclear Power Reactor Safety”, 1977

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【Week1】
Chap 1: Introduction

【Week2】
Chap 2: Wave Particle Duality

【Week3】
Chap 3 Schrodinger Enquation

【Week4】
Chap 4 Special cases for Schrodinger

【Week5】
Chap 5 energy Band in Crystal

【Week6】
Chap 6 Electrons in a Solid

【Week7】
Chap 7 Electrical Conduction in Meal and Alloy

【Week8】
Chap 8 Semiconductor

【Week9】
Chap 9 Ionic Conductivity

【Week10】
Chap 10 The optical constant

【Week11】
Chap 11 Atomic Theory of Optical Properties

【Week12】
Chap 12 Quantum Theory of Optical Properties

【Week13】
Chap 14 Magnetism

【Week14】
Chap 15 Magnetism- Classical theory

【Week15】
Chap 16 Quantum Theory of Magnetism

【Week16】
Chap 17 Thermal Property of Solid
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Lectures:
1.    Outline
2.    Embedded software development
3.    Introduction to MSP430
4.    Timers and clocks
5.    MSP430 instruction set architecture
6.    Interrupt
7.    Analog-to-digital conversion
8.    Low-power
optimization
9.    Linux basics
10.   Makefile

Labs:

•    Lab 1: LaunchPad and setup
•    Lab 2: Clock system
•    Lab 3: Timer and interrupt
•    Lab 4: Analog-to-digital converter
•    Lab 5: Serial communication
•    Lab 6: Low-power optimization
•    Lab 7: Development board setup
and cross-compiling
•    Lab 9: Non-OS embedded application
•    Lab 10: Linux kernel and root file system
•    Lab 11: Kernel modules and drivers
•    Lab 12: Communication between LaunchPad and development board

【參考用書】
1.David E. Simon, An Embedded Software Primer, Addison Wesley, 1999.
2.Wayne Wolf,Computers as Components: Principles of Embedded Computing System Design, Morgan Kaufmann, 2001.
3.Peter Marwedel, Embedded System Design, 2nd edition, Springer, 2006.

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This course is to introduce the basic concepts on electromagnetics, covering topics of transmission line, electrostatics, magnetostatics, time-varying field, plane waves etc. To be consistent with the modern trend of electrical engineering

1.General Information
This course is to introduce the basic concepts on electromagnetics, covering topics of transmission line, electrostatics, magnetostatics, time-varying field, plane waves etc. To be consistent with the modern trend of electrical engineering, I bring forward the transmission line to the beginning of the lecture. The content of transmission line is mostly adopted from the textbook by Ulaby. However, the same concepts are also given in the textbook by Cheng.  This course will be lectured mostly in English and slightly in Chinese for clarity.

2.Textbook
David K.Cheng, Field and Wave Electromagnetics 2nd Ed., Addison Wesley,1989.

3.Reference book
Fawwaz T.Ulaby, Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics 6th Ed, PEARSON Prentice Hall, 2007. (新月圖書，東華書局代理)

Homework 20% (late homework not accepted)
Weekly quiz (open books,notes)* 20%(will become the weighting factor for final score adjustment)
two midterm exams 20% x 2
one final exam 20%
* weekly quiz includes those lectured, to be lectured, or assigned in homework.

5.Course Handouts
Bound copies will be available at 水木書苑 shortly before the beginning of the semester.. Updates can be found on http://www.hope.nthu.edu.tw. The password to access the course website will be announced by the teaching assistant.

6.Course Contents
Introduction, transmission line, vector  calculus, electrostatics, magnetostatics,
time-varying field, electromagnetic waves, EM wave at boundaries, radiation and antenna (if time allows0.