ENGR 041. Thermofluid Mechanics


This course introduces macroscopic thermodynamics: first and second laws, properties of pure substances, and applications using system and control volume formulation. Also introduced is fluid mechanics: development of conservation theorems, hydrostatics, and the dynamics of one-dimensional fluid motion with and without friction. 
Prerequisite: ENGR 006 ENGR 012 , and MATH 033 , MATH 034 , or MATH 035 .
Natural sciences and engineering practicum.
Lab and Problem session required.
1 credit.
Fall 2022. Macken, Everbach.
Fall 2023. Staff, Moser.
Fall 2024. Macken, Moser.
Catalog chapter: Engineering  
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/engineering


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