Environmental Engineering Fundamentals I: Atmospheric and Surface Processes
This course, offered as the first of a two-part series, provides a fundamental basis for understanding atmospheric and surface processes in environmental engineering. Topics to be addressed include the structure, dynamics, and thermodynamics of the atmosphere; clouds and precipitation; atmospheric and aqueous chemistry; and biogeochemistry of surface waters. These topics are discussed and analyzed through the use of governing equations and concepts of environmental engineering.
Sample reading list:
J.M Wallace and P. Hobbs ( 2nd ed.), Atmospheric Science: An Introductory Survey
Valsaraj, Elements of Environ'l Engineering:Thermodynamicsand Kinetic
Various problems sets are assigned through instructor.
Mid Term Exam - 30%
Final Exam - 50%
Programming Assignments - 20%
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