National Technical University of Athens
School of Chemical Engineering
andreas.boudouvis
@teaching.undergraduate

advanced.fluid.mechanics

School of Chemical Engineering, 9th semester; 2019-

Link to "Advanced Fluid Mechanics" Web Site (in Greek).

The course is of postgraduate level, and its main goal is to introduce and elaborate on methods of analysis, from first principles, of fluid flow and their application in a wide spectrum of spatial scales, from cellular to atmospheric. Basic aim of the course is to bring together the mathematical formulation and the physical understanding of the flow. The course builds on basic undergraduate courses, such as Transport Phenomena I: Fluid Mechanics, Transport Phenomena II: Heat and Mass Transport; also on courses which cover fluid flow phenomena and processes, such as Unit Operations and Chemical Reaction Engineering. The theoretical instruction is accompanied by exercises which include computational aspects.

Computational laboratory co-instructor: Dr. A. Spyropoulos


 


 

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