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@example.com Tel: 815-753-9963, Fax: 815-753-0416. SPECALTY.
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Introduction to Emerging Technology
Unit: Introduction to Energy Engineering
Pradip Majumdar, Ph. D
Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering
Office: EB 210
Tel: 815-753-9963, Fax: 815-753-0416
- Multi-phase flow / Turbulence/Combustion modeling
- Finite Element Modeling – Inverse Problems
- Free Surface: Liquid-solid Interactions
-Application to Aircraft Electronics Cooling
- Experimental/ Computational Modeling
-Computational Modeling/ Experimental
Week 7: Oct. 7
- solar energy
Week 8: Oct. 14Topic/Activities include:
- solar energy, wind energy, nuclear energy
- Bio Fuels
Week 9: Oct. 21
Overview of Energy use. Fossil fuel resources and energy conversion. Solar energy, Wind energy, Nuclear energy, Bio-Fuel and Fuel cell
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.