[3 credit(s)] Prerequisites: associate-degree-level calculus, physics, and dynamics; or MTT 169 or equivalent, PHY 221 or equivalent, and MET 202 or equivalent. Co-requisites: MTT 300. The study of the classical thermodynamics approach to control volumes and control masses; properties and processes of liquids and gases; the zeroth, first, and second laws applied to control volumes and control masses. Fluid power systems. Refrigeration and heat pump systems. Power and refrigeration cycles.