NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena

Marilyn J. Amey, André Bénard, George G. Chase, Edward A. Evans, Krishnamurthy Jayaraman, Ram S. Mohan, Steven M. Parks, C. A. Petty, O. Shoham, S. A. Shirazi, K. D. Wisecarver, M. Zhuang

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Abstract

    This curriculum development project on multiphase transport phenomena draws on the research experiences from nine research laboratories at The University of Akron, Michigan State University, and the University of Tulsa. The objective of the project is to develop a new curriculum for teaching undergraduate and graduate students multiphase computational fluid dynamics for advanced design. The impact of multiphase flow research on solving practical engineering problems is an integral part of the learning experience. Industrial participants in the project provide specific design problems related to emerging technologies. Students are taught the fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) during a one-week workshop. This is followed by an Internet course on multiphase transport phenomena. The students work in teams on CFD design problems with a faculty and industrial mentor. The salient results of this NSF/CRCD project are presented in this paper.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationASEE Annual Conference Proceedings
    Pages9877-9886
    Number of pages10
    StatePublished - 2002
    Event2002 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition: Vive L'ingenieur - Montreal, Que., Canada

    Other

    Other2002 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition: Vive L'ingenieur
    CountryCanada
    CityMontreal, Que.
    Period6/16/026/19/02

    Profile

    Curricula
    Computational fluid dynamics
    Students
    Multiphase flow
    Research laboratories
    Teaching
    Internet

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

    Cite this

    Amey, M. J., Bénard, A., Chase, G. G., Evans, E. A., Jayaraman, K., Mohan, R. S., ... Zhuang, M. (2002). NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena. In ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings (pp. 9877-9886)

    NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena. / Amey, Marilyn J.; Bénard, André; Chase, George G.; Evans, Edward A.; Jayaraman, Krishnamurthy; Mohan, Ram S.; Parks, Steven M.; Petty, C. A.; Shoham, O.; Shirazi, S. A.; Wisecarver, K. D.; Zhuang, M.

    ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. 2002. p. 9877-9886.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Amey, MJ, Bénard, A, Chase, GG, Evans, EA, Jayaraman, K, Mohan, RS, Parks, SM, Petty, CA, Shoham, O, Shirazi, SA, Wisecarver, KD & Zhuang, M 2002, NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena. in ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. pp. 9877-9886, 2002 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition: Vive L'ingenieur, Montreal, Que., Canada, 16-19 June.
    Amey MJ, Bénard A, Chase GG, Evans EA, Jayaraman K, Mohan RS et al. NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena. In ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. 2002. p. 9877-9886.

    Amey, Marilyn J.; Bénard, André; Chase, George G.; Evans, Edward A.; Jayaraman, Krishnamurthy; Mohan, Ram S.; Parks, Steven M.; Petty, C. A.; Shoham, O.; Shirazi, S. A.; Wisecarver, K. D.; Zhuang, M. / NSF combined research and curriculum development on multiphase transport phenomena.

    ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings. 2002. p. 9877-9886.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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