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ME 332 or ME 332H
312 Rogers Hall
An intermediate heat transfer course seeking to lay a foundation for determining the heating and cooling characteristics with a variety of modern and classical processes. Included is design of multi-component heat transfer systems. Lecture, 110 minutes twice per week.
- Transient conductive heat transfer
- Impingement cooling
- Micro scale heat transfer
- Natural convection
- Boiling heat transfer
- Radiation (diffuse gray)
The student, upon successful completion of this course, will be able to:
- Use the basic conservation equations to formulate heat transfer problems including multi-mode situations including conduction, convection and/or radiation.
- Solve multi-mode heat transfer problems based on identified and assessed assumptions and conditions.
- Combine heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, as needed, to assess more complex systems and their components.