C&PE 525. Heat and Mass Transfer. 4 Hours.

An applied study of the various heat and mass transfer mechanisms in solid and fluid systems. Heat transfer mechanisms include conduction and the concept of conductivity at the molecular level, convection, and radiation. Mass transfer fundamentals include diffusion and the concepts of diffusivity at the molecular level and shell mass balances including diffusion, convention, and consumption or generation source terms. Steady state and transient heat and mass transfer engineering applications will be considered. Prerequisite: CPE 221 or ME 312; CPE 325; CPE 511 or ME 510; and a grade of C- or higher in MATH 220 and MATH 127; or consent of department. The Department has a GPA requirement for progression in the program. Details can be found in the catalog. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Geology

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