MAE 214A , Spring 2017

Description:
Fundamental aspects of turbulent flow will be discussed. Examples will be drawn from experimentaland numerical studies of homogeneous turbulence, mixing layers, jets, wakes and boundary layers. Applications in engineering and in nature will be considered. Analytical tools to describe turbulent flows and associated mixing will be studied..

Prerequisites:
MAE 210A, 210B or equivalent.

Coursework:
here will be four HWs (60%) and a take-home exam due during Finals week(40%).

Lectures:
EBU2 584, Tues. and Thurs., 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM

Course Policy:
HWs must be your OWN work. Do not copy off OTHER (friends, solution manuals, books and etc.). Same policy for exams. Any copying as defined above will result to a F grade.

Regrading Policy:
Contact Professor within a week of exam/HWs return.

Instructor:

Professor Sutanu Sarkar

Office hours: Tues 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

   sarkar@ucsd.edu


Download course decsription here:

http://cfdlab.ucsd.edu/214A/courseturb17.pdf


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  • April 24th
    HW-2 is posted.
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  • April 10th
    HW-1 is posted.
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  • April 4th
    First Lecture
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