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NEW Course 22 Subjects

Spring 2015

22.315 Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

3-0-9 H-Level Graduate Credit
Tuesday, Thursday 1:00PM–2:30PM in 24-121
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor Professor Emilio Baglietto

Focuses on the application of computational fluid dynamics to the analysis of power generation and propulsion systems, and on industrial and chemical processes in general. Discusses simulation methods for single and multiphase applications and their advantages and limitations in industrial situations. Students practice breaking down an industrial problem into its modeling challenges, designing and implementing a plan to optimize and validate the modeling approach, performing the analysis, and quantifying the uncertainty margin.

Spring 2013

Graduate Class :: 22.315 Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

Spring 2012

Graduate Class :: 22.107 Computational Nuclear Science & Engineering
Special Subject :: 22.S904 Reactor Safety and Severe Reactor Accidents

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