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MET 3125 - Heat Transfer with Laboratory

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): PHY 2311 with a grade of “C” or better

Description: The three basic mechanisms of heat transmission are studied.  Conduction, convection (free and forced), and radiant transmission are treated for both steady-state and transient conditions.  The transient study is aided by computer solutions.  The laboratory component provides experimental results for various conduction and convection tests.  The student selects and installs thermocouples, calibrates equipment, records transient and steady-state data, analyzes results, compares data to theoretical predictions, and reports findings.

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