Transport Processes in Biosystems (BLE 327.3)

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Description

A unified approach to transport of energy and mass in biological and environmental processes. Emphasis is placed on the formulation and solution of mathematical models to represent heat and mass transfer in indoor and outdoor environments, in plant and mammalian systems, and for industrial processing of food and biomaterials. Students will apply analytical and numerical techniques to solve heat transfer problems involving steady state and transient heat conduction, convection and radiation, heat transfer with phase change, and mass transfer problems involving steady state and transient diffusion/dispersion and convection.

Formerly

ABE 327

Prerequisite(s)

BLE 311 and CHE 210 and ME 227.

Note

Students with credit for ABE 327 will not receive credit for this course.

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