EMA_4125_syllabus_2011 Fall

EMA_4125_syllabus_2011 Fall - EMA 4125 Transport Phenomena...

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EMA 4125: Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing Instructor : Rajiv Singh, 217 Materials Engineering Bldg Schedule : Monday-Wednesday-Friday AM – 5 th Period 11.45 am -12.35 pm. The classes will be held in MAE-B Room 211. The time/location for extra classes/missed classes will be decided later. Office Hrs : Wednesday-Friday 9 AM – 10 AM TA To be Announced ( no TA currently assigned) Optional Reading D. R. Poirier and G. H. Geiger, “ Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing’, TMS Publications, Warrendale PA , 1994 James Welty, Charles Wicks, Robert Wilson and Gregory Rorrer: “Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer”, 4 th edition NY, John Wiley and Sons. 2001 Frank Incropera and David Dewitt; “Introduction to Heat and Mass Transfer”, NY John Wiley and Sons, 2000 Please check MIT web-site: http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Materials- Science-and-Engineering/3-185Fall-2003/CourseHome/index.htm Grades : The grades will be based on homework assignments, and 1 take home exam and 3 quizzes (2 mid term and 1 final). The final grades are as follows Homework 10 % Take home - 25% Exam (20% x 3) 60% Class Attendance 5% Exam 1 – Diffusion Exam 2 – Heat Conduction and Radiation Exam 3: Fluid Dynamics and Combined Transport Systems Before each exam there will be a extra revision (tutorial) class conducted during the extra period. Grading Scale: Percentage ≥90 ≥88 ≥84 ≥80 ≥76 ≥72 ≥68 ≥65 ≥62 ≥59 ≥56 <56 Letter Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E The instructor reserves the discretion to grade on the curve depending on the average grade of the class.
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General Comments : This course will cover general areas of solid state diffusion, heat conduction and radiation, fluid dynamics and heat and mass transfer. The focus of the course will be to understand the fundamentals related to
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course MSE 4125 taught by Professor Bourne during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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EMA_4125_syllabus_2011 Fall - EMA 4125 Transport Phenomena...

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