syllabus - Prepared on 09/13/11 Syllabus ENV 6130 Aerosol...

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Prepared on 09/13/11 Syllabus ENV 6130 Aerosol Mechanics, Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. Chang-Yu Wu (352) 392-0845; cywu@ufl.edu Office Hour : The door is always open or by appointment Teaching Assistant : Ms. Myung-Heui Woo (HW) and Mr. Brian Damit (Lab) Prerequisite : Physics, Differential Equations Professional component : 3 credits of Engineering Sciences Textbooks : Aerosol Technology: Properties, Behavior, and Measurement of Airborne Particles, 2nd Ed, by William. C. Hinds, John Wiley & Sons. Classnotes are available at the class website: www.ees.ufl.edu/homepp/cywu/ENV6130/ENV6130.html References : 1. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics of Air Pollution by J. H. Seinfeld, John Wiley & Sons 2. Fundamentals of Air Pollution Engineering , by R. C. Flagan & J. H. Seinfeld, Prentice Hall 3. Smoke, Dust and Haze , by S. Friedlander, 4. Aerosol Measurement: Principles, Techniques and Applications , Edited by K. Willeke & P. Baron, 5. J. Aerosol Science, Aerosol Science & Technology, Aerosol & Air Quality Research, J. Course Description : Theory of the inertial, electrical, thermal and optical behavior of gas-borne particles. Generation, collection, measurement and dynamics of aerosols. Objectives : By the end of the course, the student will be able to do the following: 1.To explain and calculate the statistics of a given particle size distribution . 2.To determine the movement of aerosols by a given
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syllabus - Prepared on 09/13/11 Syllabus ENV 6130 Aerosol...

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