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2020-2021 Catalog

ME 395 Environmental Fluid Mechanics

This course will cover a range of topics related to fluid flows in environmental systems. Material will include pollution transport, dispersion, turbulent mixing, atmospheric boundary layers, plumes, hydrology, waves, and stratification. Students will be introduced to computational and analytical techniques to solve real-world problems in environmental science and engineering specifically relating to air and water flows, such as plume dispersion modeling, land-use regression, and scaling analysis.


ME 362 or CE 251