|Transport Phenomena 2017|
Policy and Grading
Reading and Lectures
Lectures by chapt.
Gallery of Fluid Motion
Transport Phenomena - Fall 2017
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 include aerodynamics, geophysical flows, manufacturing, and biological systems.
Meeting timesThe course meets
M, 10:50-12:30, AC326
Th, 10:50-12:30, AC326
Office hoursAfter class, until 1:00 for quick questions
Additional times TBD
Otherwise by appointment-send me a meeting request
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 formatReadings, youTube lectures, and short homework problems will be your primary homework activity. Class time will be used for working problems in groups and hands-on experiments.