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ME 437 ME 537 ME 637
 

Particle Transport, Deposition and Removal I

The objective of this course is to provide the undergradute engineering students with the fundamentals of paritcle tranport, deposition and removal. The course material covers analytical, numerical, and experimental methodolgies for analyzing and predicting a variety of aerosols tranport and deposition including particle adhesion and removal. Industrial and envoironmental applications including surface cleaning are covered. (syllabus)

   

Fluid Mechanics of Aerosols

The objective of this course is to provide the gradute engineering students with the fundamentals of paritcle tranport, deposition and removal. The course material covers analytical, numerical, and experimental methodolgies for analyzing and predicting a variety of aerosols tranport and deposition including particle adhesion and removal. Industrial and envoironmental applications including surface cleaning are covered. (syllabus)

   

Particle Transport, Deposition, and Removal II

The objective of this course is to provide the gradute students with advances in paritcle tranport, deposition and removal. The course material covers advanced compuitational and experimental methods. Aerosols tranport and deposition turbulent flows will be covered. Industrial and envoironmental applications including tranport processes in fitration devices, indoor and outdoor environments and respiratory depositin are covered. (syllabus)

 

Dr. Goodarz Ahmadi | Turbulence & Multiphase Fluid Flow Laboratory | Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering
Copyright © 2002-2005 Dr. Goodarz Ahmadi. All rights reserved.
Potsdam, New York, 13699
ahmadi@clarkson.edu

 

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