|Day & Time
833 Seeley W. Mudd Building
|Christopher J Durning
|Method of Instruction
Develops and applies non-equilibrium thermodynamics for modeling of transport phenomena in fluids and their mixtures. Continuum balances of mass, energy and momentum for pure fluids; non-equilibrium thermodynamic development of Newtons law of viscosity and Fouriers law; applications (conduction dominated energy transport, forced and free convection energy transport in fluids); balance laws for fluid mixtures; non-equilibrium thermodynamic development of Ficks law; applications (diffusion-reaction problems, analogy between energy and mass transport processes, transport in electrolyte solutions, sedimentation).
|70 students (80 max) as of 8:44PM Wednesday, February 28, 2024
|School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate
|Barnard College, Columbia College, Engineering:Undergraduate, Engineering:Graduate, GSAS, General Studies