EGMN 302 - Heat Transfer
This course includes an overview of the basic modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. It provides an in-depth discussion of transient and steady-state heat conduction in one-, two- and three-dimensional space. Additional concepts include free and forced convection in external and internal flow configurations. After successfully completing the course, students should be able to (1) Understand the meaning of the terminology and physical principles associated with heat transfer; (2) Describe, analyze, select and design mechanical components and systems involving heat transfer; (3) Identify, formulate and solve rate equations in heat transfer; and (4) Apply knowledge, experience and the principles of heat transfer to solve contemporary problems in the field.
EGMN 591 - Special Topics in Engineering / Particle Science and Technology
Airborne particles are present throughout our environment in many different forms, e.g., dust, fume, mist, smoke, smog, or fog. These particles affect visibility, climate, and our health and quality of life. This course covers the properties, behavior, and measurement of particles. The knowledge of particle science and technology are for people engaged in industrial hygiene, air pollution control, nanomaterial application in nanotechnology, or environmental science, where the practices on measuring, evaluating, or controlling airborne particles are required. This course emphasizes physical rather than mathematical analysis. An important aspect of aerosol technology is the quantitative description of particle behavior. Growth areas of particle science and technology include the use of particles in high-technology material processing and the administration of therapeutic drugs, and there is an increased awareness of bioaerosols (virus) spread, aerosol contamination in microelectronic manufacturing, and the effect of particles on global climate change. After successfully completing the course, students should be able to (1) understand the terminology and physical principles associated with particle technology; (2) describe, analyze, select and design mechanical components and systems involving particle technology; (3) Identify, formulate and solve particle transport in different field; and (4) Apply knowledge, experience and the principles of particle technology to solve contemporary problems in the particle field.
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