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UEET 601 Introduction to Emerging Technology Fall 2008. Unit: Introduction to Energy Engineering. Instructor. Pradip Majumdar, Ph. D Professor Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering. Office: EB 210 Email: [email protected] Tel: 815-753-9963, Fax: 815-753-0416. SPECALTY.

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Ueet 601 introduction to emerging technology fall 2008

UEET 601

Introduction to Emerging Technology

Fall 2008

Unit: Introduction to Energy Engineering


Instructor

Instructor

Pradip Majumdar, Ph. D

Professor

Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering

Office: EB 210

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 815-753-9963, Fax: 815-753-0416


Specalty

SPECALTY

  • Thermodynamics

  • Heat and Mass Transfer

  • Fluid Mechanics

  • Thermal Energy Systems

  • Computational Fluid dynamics and

  • Heat Transfer (Finite Element, Finite

  • Difference/Control Volume)

  • Experimental techniques


Research interests

Research Interests

  • Fuel Cell energy systems

  • Solar energy systems

  • Thermal energy systems

  • Hydrogen storage

  • Heat and mass transfer in porous media;

  • Micro-Nano scale fluid flow and heat transfer

  • High energy laser material processing.

  • Computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer


Current research interest projects

Current Research Interest-Projects

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer Modeling

    - Multi-phase flow / Turbulence/Combustion modeling

  • Transport Phenomena/Modeling in Fuel cell and Hydrogen Storage

  • Dynamic Simulation of Fuel Cell Energy Systems for vehicles

  • High Energy Laser Material Processing

    - Finite Element Modeling – Inverse Problems

  • Two-Phase Turbulent flow – CFD Modeling

    - Free Surface: Liquid-solid Interactions

  • Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer

    -Application to Aircraft Electronics Cooling

    - Experimental/ Computational Modeling

  • Micro/Nano-scale Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics

    -Computational Modeling/ Experimental


Ueet 601 introduction to emerging technology fall 2008

Week 7: Oct. 7

Topic/Activities include:

  • An overview of energy engineering

  • Fuel and energy conversion methods

  • Renewable energy sources and power

    generation

    - solar energy

  • Quiz

  • Decide groups and topic for team project


Ueet 601 introduction to emerging technology fall 2008

Week 8: Oct. 14Topic/Activities include:

  • Lecture on renewable energy sources and Power generation

    - solar energy, wind energy, nuclear energy

    - Bio Fuels

  • Quiz

  • Preliminary draft and outline of team project

  • Group discussions of team project


Ueet 601 introduction to emerging technology fall 2008

Week 9: Oct. 21

Topic/Activities include:

  • Lecture on fuel cell power generation

  • Quiz

  • Presentation and discussion of team project

  • Submit team project report


Course description sub topic introduction to energy engineering

Course Description: Sub-Topic: Introduction to Energy Engineering

Overview of Energy use. Fossil fuel resources and energy conversion. Solar energy, Wind energy, Nuclear energy, Bio-Fuel and Fuel cell


Special activity

Special Activity

Reflective Journals:The reflective journal will be used throughout your courses to help you reflect on what you are learning and to help us better understand how meaningful the information is to you.

Portfolio:The portfolio is your collection of the work in the classes. On Dec. 9th, we will assess your collection and your reflection upon what you have accomplished so far and what more you would like to accomplish in the program.

Projects:Each of the five topics will have specific projects assigned by the professor. All projects will be of equal weight.


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