|Transport Phenomena 2014|
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Transport Phenomena - Fall 2014
DescriptionThis course introduces the basic physics and applications of the transport of heat, mass, and momentum. Topics in fluid dynamics include kinematics, conservation laws, dynamic similarity, and laminar flow solutions. Topics in heat transfer include conduction, internal and external convection, free convection. Applications in aerodynamics, geophysical flows, manufacturing, and biological systems will be discussed.
Meeting timesThe course meets
Mon, 9:00-10:40, AC328
Thr, 9:00-10:40, AC328
InstructorsBrian Storey, Milas Hall 267
BookYou will receive a copy of my printed course notes. These will be sold "at cost" for printing and shipping.
Class formatThe course will revolve around a weekly homework structure. Typically new homework will be assigned/due on Mondays. You will be expected to read before coming to class so that we can use class time for working through problems, examples, and homework.