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    Oct 13, 2019  
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CEE 438-538 - Environmental Fluid Mechanics

Credits: 3
Develop a basic understanding of the physical processes in turbulent flows that are important to the transport and dispersion of contaminants and materials in surface waters. This course will introduce the analytical, computational, and experimental tools commonly used to solve environmental fluid mechanics problems. Topics covered include dynamics of turbulence, turbulent diffusion, shear flow dispersion, stratified flows and mixing in rivers and lakes. Prerequisites: EM 331 .


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