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ME 410 Heat Transfer

Spring

This course examines the fundamental modes by which heat is transferred, namely conduction, convection, and radiation. The theory behind each of these heat transfer modes is presented and then applied to the design and analysis of practical engineering problems and devices. Exposure is provided to open-ended problem solving using analytical, empirical, and computational solution methods. Mathematical treatment of partial differential equations, including both analytical and computational solutions, is covered. Prerequisite: 2.0 or higher in EGR 240  (Mathematical Methods in Engineering), EGR 360  (Fluid Mechanics), ME 320   (Thermodynamics). 

4 credit hours