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27-216 Transport in Materials

Department:Materials Science and Eng.
Prerequisites:15-100 and 27-215
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This course is designed to allow the student to become familiar with the fundamental principles of heat flow, fluid flow, mass transport and reaction kinetics. In addition, the student will develop the skills and methodologies necessary to apply these principles to problems related to materials manufacture and processing. Topics will include thermal conductivity, convection, heat transfer equations, an introduction to fluid phenomena viscosity, etc., Newtons and Stokes Laws, mass momentum balances in fluids, boundary layer theory, diffusion and absolute reaction rate theory. Where appropriate, examples will be taken from problems related to the design of components and the processing of materials. Pre-requisites: 15-100, 27-215

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
1 1:30 - 2:50 pm T Seetharaman PH A21 Add course to my schedule
R Seetharaman PH A21
A 9:30 - 11:20 am M Seetharaman PH A20 Add course to my schedule

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