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NPTEL: Transport Phenomena In Materials

 with  Gandham Phanikumar
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This course will introduce the concepts of fluid flow, heat transfer and mass transfer with behavior and processing of engineering materials as the focus.

Syllabus

Week1: Mathematical foundations of transport phenomena, introduction to subscript notation & tensors
Week2: Control volume formulation and concept of balance
Week3: Navier-Stokes equations, exact solutions for simple geometries
Week4: Friction factors, empirical relations in fluid flow
Week5: Application of fluid flow solutions to materials processing
Week6: Governing equations for heat transfer, problem statements
Week7: Exact solutions for heat transfer problems
Week8: Empirical correlations, heat transfer coupled with fluid flow

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Subject Engineering
Provider NPTEL
Language English
Calendar 8 weeks long

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