Course No: MECH.5260-061; SIS Class Nbr: 11864; SIS Term: 3030
Course Status: Open
Course focuses on the development of a fundamental understanding of transport processes from a multi-scale and multi-physics perspective, and the application of such understanding to the analysis of energy engineering systems. Derivations of the equations describing the mechanisms for mass, momentum, and energy transport are presented, together with approaches for the evaluation of material properties and constitutive relations. Emphasis is placed on a holistic view of transport processes as combinations of transient, advective, diffusive, and reactive phenomena.
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Engineering
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