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Fall 2011-2012
CEE 305 / GEO 375 (STN)   Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit

Environmental Fluid Mechanics

Elie R. Bou-Zeid

The course starts by introducing the conservation equations frequently used to describe fluids and their behavior. The effects of buoyancy and earth's rotation for environmental applications of these equations is presented. We then proceed to apply these equations to study air and water flows in various environmental systems including: the atmospheric boundary layer, urban areas and buildings, waves, and lakes. The course also briefly discusses the linkages to larger scale atmospheric and oceanic circulations and introduces some experimental techniques often needed in environmental fluid mechanics studies.

Sample reading list:
Pjiush K. Kundu and Ira M. Cohen, Fluid Mechanics with Multimedia DVD ( 4 edition)

Reading/Writing assignments:
Students will read various scientific works related to the topic of the course, other than the textbooks.

Mid Term Exam - 25%
Final Exam - 25%
Term Paper(s) - 30%
Problem set(s) - 20%

Other Requirements:
Course is required for concentrators
Not Open to Freshmen.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
MAT 202.

Schedule/Classroom assignment:

Class numberSectionTimeDaysRoomEnrollmentStatus
20389 L01 03:00:00 pm - 04:20:00 pm T Th   Engineering Quad E-Wing   E225   Enrolled:5 Limit:40