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EMET 350 - Transport Phenomena

3 credits (Hrs: 3 Lec)
This course covers momentum and heat transfer fundamental principles and their applications to metallurgical and material engineering.  Principles for momentum transfer include fluid properties, momentum and energy equations, dimensional analysis, internal and external flows.  The application for momentum transfer ultimately leads to the design for slurry pump and packed and fluidized beds.  Principles of heat transfer include conduction, convection and radiation, and the system may be steady state or transient.  The applications lead to carious ways of metal solidification and vaporization.  The mass transfer includes chemical kinetics that will cover techniques including electrochemical processes, chemical vapor deposition, and zone refining.  Design projects will be assigned to groups for solving engineering problems.

Prerequisite(s): M 172  and PHSX 235   Generally offered second semester



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