EGR 415: Environmental Fluid Mechanics - fall
Prerequisite: CEN 303 & CEN 325
Introduction to fluid mechanics concepts in the natural environment, focused on mass, momentum and energy conservation principles and their application to a variety of environmental scenarios. Topics include conservation laws, scaling, shallow water flow, stratified flow, and flow through porous media. The course should be of interest to any engineering student with an interest in environmental applications and is a List B Elective for students in the Environmental Resources Engineering Concentration.
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||3:30 PM EDT||4:45 PM EDT||Science & Engr 210|
|Instructor: Daniel MacDonald||Class status: O|
|Prerequisite: CEN 303 & CEN 325|
|Class instruction mode: In Person|