M 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm, Engineering Hall 405.

Tu 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Engineering Hall 405.

W 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm, Engineering Hall 405.

Th 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Engineering Hall 405.

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This course presents an overview of principal mechanisms of heat transfer – conduction, convection, and radiation and introduces preliminary modeling of heat transfer systems. Topics covered in this course are fundamental laws of conduction, convection and radiation, application of conduction and forced convection to heat exchangers, discussion of theory and applications of conduction, forced and natural convection, etc.

Terms taught:

Fall 2016 –

Class schedules (Fall 2019):

M W F 10:00 am – 10:50 am, Engineering Hall 323.

M W F 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm, Engineering Hall 323.

This is an upper-level graduate course aimed at students who have already taken at least one intermediate or advanced fluids/thermodynamics/heat transfer course along with a course on numerical methods. This course introduces various finite difference and finite volume approaches for heat and fluid flow problems, stability and convergence analysis of some of the algorithms, and various related comptuational issues.

Terms taught:

Fall 2019

Class schedules (Fall 2019):

M W 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm, Olin 119.

This course serves as an introduction to fluid mechanics and covers topics such as fundamental conservation laws of mass, momentum and energy as applied to fluid systems, properties of fluids, hydrostatics, flow of real fluids in closed and open systems, dynamic similarity, dimensional analysis and viscid and inviscid fluid flow, etc.

Terms taught:

Fall 2017, Fall 2018.

Class schedules (Fall 2018):

M W F 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm, Olin 128.

This is an upper-level graduate course aimed at students who have already taken at least one intermediate or advanced fluids/thermodynamics/combustion course. This course presents an overview of current status and challenges of turbulent combustion modeling and introduces some widely-used models to represent turbulent combustion.

Terms taught:

Spring 2018

Class schedules (Spring 2018):

M W 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm, Engineering Hall, 221.

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