Learning Outcome(s)
This course discusses about the energy resources, type and classification of energy, energy conversion, energy consumption, basic concept of energy conversion, power resources and classification of energy conversion enginess. The students understand the energy source, type of energy conversion engine, conversion and conservasion of energy system, and also capable to perform a basic calculation of energy conversion engine performance and critical consideration of energy conversion. Topic: Definition of energy and energy resources, type and energy classification, law and equation in energy conversion, energy profile (resources, reserves and the world’s and Indonesia’s energy needs), basic concept of energy conversion system, power resources and classification of energy conversion engine, fuel in energy conversion, renewable energy, non-renewable energy, classification of combustion engine, calculation for internal combustion engine performance, steam power plant, fluid machinery, cooling engine classification, thermodynamic cycle of cooling engine, energy conversion method in vehicle, industry and building.
Basic Thermodynamics, Basic Fluid Mechanics, Heat and Mass Transfer
1. Kreith, F, Goswami, DY, Energy Conversion (Mechanical Engineering), CNC Press, 2007 2. Kreith, F, Goswami, DY, Energy management and Conservation Handbook, CNC Press, 2007 3. Patrick, D.R., et.al, Energy Conservation Guidebook, 3rd ed. Fairmont Press 2014 4. Dincer, I., Rosen, Thermal Energy Storage: Systems and Applications 2nd ed, Wiley, 2010 5. Panduan Praktikum Prestasi Mesin Konversi energi, Departemen Teknik Mesin versi 2003. Depok 2003.

Learning Outcome(s)

Fluid meachanic are one of the applied mechanical science branch that will be used to investigate, analyse, and learn the nature and the behavior of fluids. Fluid that will be explored could be a moving or stationary fluid. Fluid Mechanics course intends to complement the ability of a student to be able to apply the basic laws of fluid mechanics in practical engineering calculations of fluid mechanics and be able to analyze the behavior of the fluid and developing knowledge in the field of fluid mechanics.


Fluid and its nature, fluid statics, the relative balance, concept and basic equations of fluid flow, dynamic of flow, the equation of fluid motion (Newton, Euler, Navierstokes), Basic Equation of Fluid Dynamics (Continiuty, Energy and momentum), dimentional analysist and hydraulic similarity, ideal fluid flow, viscous flow, viscous flow: transition from laminar into turbulent flow, fully developed turbulent flow, flow around submerged objects, general characteristic of outside flow, concept and characteristic of layer in closed flow, measurement and visualization of flow, pressure measurement concept, flow and capacity, flow measurement devices ( Pitot tube, Venturi, orifice, Nozzel, HWA, LDV), Flow visualization method.



1. Munson, B.R., Fundamentals of Fluid Mecha-nics 7th Ed, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2012 

2. Smits, A.J., A, Physical Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2000 

3. Kumar, SCPL.L., Engineering

Learning Outcome(s)
The objectives of this course is that the student can understand and able to apply the process and method (algorithm) of engineering numerical method in computer-based computation and to understand the parameters that influence the speed and accuracy of calculation.

Introduction to numerical method and programming: simple mathematical modeling, programming and software, structural programming, modular programming, iterative method; Function: function and function value, Taylor and Maclaurin series, approximation and error; Root of equation: graphical method, Bisection method, False-Position method, Newton – Raphson method, Secant method, Bairstow method; Linear algebra equation system: Gauss elimination, Gauss-Jordan elimination, Decomposition and transformed matrices; Curve – Fitting: Least – Square regression, Interpolation; Numerical Integral: Trapezoid method, Simpson method, Double Integral; Differential equation: Finite Divided Difference, Euler method, Runge – Kutta method; Ordinary Diffrential Equation System

Pre-requisite(s): -


  1.  Chapra, Steven C. and Canale, Raymond P. Numerical Methods for Engineers 6th edition. New York: McGrawHill, 2010. 
  2. Kreyszig, Erwin. Advanced Engineering Mathematics 10th edition. Danvers: John Wiley & Sons, 2011. 
  3. Sedgewick R., Phillippe F, An Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms, Addison Wesley.
  4. Cheney W., Kincaid D., Numerical Mathematics and Computing, Cole Publishing