Graduate Handbook: Appendix F: Fluid Mechanics

Research Area Group/Major Area topic: Fluid Mechanics

(7 courses – 21 credit hours)

  1. ME6601 “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics”
  2. ME6602 "Viscous Flow"
  3. ME6304 "Principles of Thermodynamics"
  4. ME7751 "Computational Fluid Mechanics"
  5. ME8833 "Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer"
  6. ME6622 "Experimental Methods"
  7. ME6302 "Convection Heat Transfer (HT)"

Other potential course choices to replace the ones above:

  • ME6301 "ConductionHT"
  • ME6303 "Radiation HT"
  • ME8833 "Computational Heat Transfer" *
  • ME7301 "Transport Phenomena in Multiphase Flow" *
  • ME6305 "Applications of Thermodynamics"
  • ME7602 "Hydrodynamic Instability" *

* These courses are offered Bi-Annually

PLEASE NOTE: THese are just suggested courses. They should in no way be construed as "required." You can mix and match. You may also replace courses with other courses in mechanical engineering, or other Schools in the College of Engineering, or applicable courses in the Colleges of Science or Computing. This template is provided merely as a general guide for a student who wants to focus heavily in the area of fluid mechanics.

 

Minor Area

(2 courses - 6 credit hours)

  1. Student selected minor area
  2. Student selected minor area

 

Math

(1 course - 3 hours)

  1. Student selected math course