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MSN 230
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In this course, students will be provided with a strong foundation of the principles of transport phenomena such as mass, heat, and momentum transfer as well as the skills needed to apply this knowledge for problem solving in materials science and nanotechnology engineering.
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Mathematical models for mass transport in order to understand how diffusion takes place in engineering materials under various boundary conditions. Fick’s first and second laws will be introduced for steady and transient state diffusion in solids. Atomic diffusion rules, phenomenological roots of diffusion in solids, Brownian motion of atoms/molecules in liquids, and gases will be summarised. Differential equations describing different modes of heat transport including conduction, convection and radiation in media composed of solid bodies and fluids will be covered. Fourier’s law of conduction, Newton’s law of cooling and Stefan-Boltzmann relationship for integrated black body radiation will be systematically introduced. Thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, temperature distribution, composite wall heat transfer, contact resistance concepts will be visited. Navier-Stokes equation for momentum transport, fluid flow types, viscosity of gases, viscosity of liquids, viscosity of liquid metals and alloys will be described. Different flow regimes in fluids in confined spaces will be introduced.

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1: Lecture, 2: Question-Answer, 3: Discussion, 9: Simulation, 12: Case Study
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Written exam, B: Multiple-choice exam C: Take-home quiz, D: Experiment report, E: Homework, F: Project, G: Presentation by student, H: …

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