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CEE 331 - Fluid Dynamics in the Environm

Last offered Fall 2024

Official Description

Fundamentals of fluid motion and transport processes in the natural, managed, and built environment. Focus on physical understanding of the behavior of fluids for applications in natural and engineering challenges. Hydrostatics, dimensional analysis, equations of incompressible fluid motion, open channel flow, flow in porous media, groundwater, pipe flow, boundary layers, drag and lift, turbulence, fluids and energy, are covered within a global context to emphasize the role of fluid dynamics on the environment within the framework of the hydrologic cycle in nature and in the built environment. Course Information: Credit is not given for CEE 331 and either TAM 335 or ME 310. Prerequisite: TAM 211. Credit or concurrent registration in TAM 212.

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TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD178437PKG41500 - 1650 M     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD178437PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD278499PKG40800 - 0950 T     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD278499PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD378500PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD378500PKG41500 - 1650 T     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD478501PKG41500 - 1650 W     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD478501PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD578503PKG40800 - 0950 R     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD578503PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD678504PKG41500 - 1650 R     Rafael O. Tinoco
Fluid Dynamics in the EnvironmFD678504PKG41100 - 1150 M W F  2015 Civil & Envir Eng Bldg  Rafael O. Tinoco