Probabilistic Reasoning

Microcontroller Embedded Systems

- Galilean Transformations
-Transient part of the the oscillating plate problem
(writing the transient BC's)
-  Transient Couette Flow (Separation of Variables)

- Decay of a viscous vortex
- Hiemenz Flow
- Vorticity Dynamics, - start
- Vorticity Dynamics: Orthogonality of Wall Streamlines and Vortexlines
-  SelonoidalVector, Vortex tubes,
- Vorticity Equation derivation
- Vorticity Flux
- Vorticity dynamics: Rayleigh Problem and Expanding Bubble near wall
- Stream Function and Velocity Potential
- Boundary Layer Theory
- Blasius B.L. and Similarity Solution
- Total vorticity is constant
- Kelvin and Helmholtz theorems
- Displacement and momentum thicknesses
- Von Karman Momentum Integral
- Von Karman Momentum Integral
- Example with zero pressure gradient
- Falkner Skan type solutions

This class is intended to provide the graduate students with the necessary knowledge of basic statistics, experimental design and planning as well as analysis of experimental results. We will dwell into statistics in the first 9 weeks before beginning the project part of the class which will cover 5 weeks of intensive work on project plan preparation, use of software with mock data to analyze results, actually running the experiments, and a presentation of the measured and analyzed data.


The objective of this course is to provide students fundamental knowledge of essential kinetics and phase transformations of various material systems. 

This class is intended to provide the graduate students with the necessary knowledge of basic statistics, experimental design and planning as well as analysis of experimental results. We will dwell into statistics in the first 9 weeks before beginning the project part of the class which will cover 5 weeks of intensive work on project plan preparation, use of software with mock data to analyze results, actually running the experiments, and a presentation of the measured and analyzed data.


ME524 Experimental Design (Spring 2017)

Introduction to Wind Energy

The course will be concentrated on internal combustion engines, in-cylinder measurements and analysis. After a fundamental review of internal combustion engines, students will learn the new technologies associated to engines and the techniques (experimental and
numerical) used in engines research.