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INTRODUCTION TO HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Fall 2013 ME 315 DIVISION 3 Smalc, et al . Interpack 2005-73073 http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR1BlYVv_6123 CbocjmWOXJs1r7azVVplfxcyBQwTAPJe5Qf3kQVg BMW Lecture 1
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PROFESSOR AMY MARCONNET Office: ME 2151 (Office Hours: 10-11:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays) Phone: TBD Look for an email for updated contact info Email : [email protected] (please include ME315 in subject line) Course Website: Blackboard mycourses.purdue.edu B.S. ME 2007 University of Wisconsin - Madison M.S. ME 2009 Stanford University PhD ME 2012 (PhD Minor in Electrical Engineering) Stanford University PhD Thesis: “Thermal Phenomena in Nanostructured Materials & Devices” Postdoctoral Associate (2012-2013) Massachusetts Institute of Technology Two-Phase Flow & Microfluidic Heat Exchangers Honors Thesis: “Development of High Frequency Waveguide Inserts & Antennas” Assistant Professor Purdue University Marconnet Thermal & Energy Conversion Lab (M-TEC) https://engineering.purdue.edu/MTEC NanoEngineering Group: Nanofluidics + Energy Conversion
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INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION CONTACT INFO, SYLLABUS, ETC.
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COURSE INFORMATION For exam, homework, and general questions, consult an lecturer or the course TA. For lab and project questions, consult lab TAs. Website Blackboard https://mycourses.purdue.edu Note : Our lecture’s Blackboard (Fall-2013-ME-31500-023) is separate from your lab’s Blackboard site Class Exercises, Attendance, and Participation 10.00% Homework Problems 5.00% Exams (2) 30.00% Final Examination 30.00% Laboratory 25.00%
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GOALS & OVERVIEW
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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? In this class we will learn the analytical tools needed to answer questions such as: How long will it take for my beverage to get cold? How much energy does it take to heat up my coffee?
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