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ME 410 - Intermediate Gas Dynamics

Last offered Fall 2021

Official Description

Solution of internal compressible-flow problems by one-dimensional techniques, both steady and unsteady; flows with smooth and abrupt area change, with friction, with heat addition, and with mass addition; flows with weak and strong waves, multiple confined streams, and shock waves. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: ME 200; ME 310, TAM 335 or AE 311.

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Subject Area

Mechanical Science and Engineering

Course Description

Solution of internal compressible-flow problems by one-dimensional techniques, both steady and unsteady; flows with smooth and abrupt area change, with friction, with heat addition, and with mass addition; flows with weak and strong waves, multiple confined streams, and shock waves are covered in this course.

Credit Hours

3 or 4 hours

Prerequisites

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Intermediate Gas DynamicsGR68180LCD31400 - 1520 M W  218 Ceramics Building Kelly Stephani
Intermediate Gas DynamicsONL69180ONL3 -    Kelly Stephani
Intermediate Gas DynamicsUG70687LCD31400 - 1520 M W  218 Ceramics Building Kelly Stephani
Intermediate Gas DynamicsZJU76275LCD31400 - 1520 M W  218 Ceramics Building Kelly Stephani