...M E 542 Advanced Combustion M E 545 Thermal Systems Design MAT E 311 Thermodynamics...
...requiring applied communication expertise, e.g., human resource...following: COMST 310 COMST 311 COMST 313 COMST...
E E 311: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
(4-0) Cr. 4. F.S.
Prereq: E E 201, MATH 265, PHYS 232 and PHYS 232L, credit or enrollment in MATH 267
Fundamentals and applications of electric and magnetic fields and materials. Electrostatics and magentostatics, potentials, capacitance and inductance, energy, force, torque. Uniform plane electromagnetic waves, Poynting vector. Transmission lines: transient and sinusoidal steady-state conditions, reflection coefficient.
AER E 311: Aerodynamics II: Compressible Flow
(3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.
Prereq: AER E 310, M E 231
Review of thermodynamics, energy equation, compressible flow, and isentropic flow. Normal and oblique shocks. Mach waves and expansion fans. Applications to ducts and nozzles. Compressible airfoil and wing theory. Introduction to advanced compressible flow topics.
MAT E 311: Thermodynamics in Materials Engineering
(3-0) Cr. 3. F.
Prereq: CHEM 178, MAT E 215 or MAT E 273 or MAT E 392, and credit or enrollment in MAT E 216 and MATH 267
Basic laws of thermodynamics applied to phase equilibria, transformations, and reactions in multicomponent multiphase materials systems; thermodynamic descriptions of heterogeneous systems; binary and ternary phase diagrams; interfaces, surfaces, and defects.