Courses Taught by Professor Zhou
MEEG 3503 - Mechanics of Fluids
- To provide an intuitive understanding of the fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics;
- To learn how to apply the fundamental principles (conservation of mass, momentum, and energy) to describe complex fluid mechanics;
- To develop the ability to define and simplify real-world fluid mechanics problems with appropriate assumptions;
- To demonstrate the use of scaling analysis in fluid mechanics;
- To encourage students to interact and learn from each other.
Textbook: Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications, Cengel & Cimbala, 3rd Ed.
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MEEG 491/591 - Additive Manufacturing
- To provide a survey of existing and emerging AM processes;
- To provide an overview of the emerging opportunities and critical challenges;
- To learn how to build a 3D printer;
- To introduce the fundamental concepts and physical principles underlying AM processes;
- To understand the unique advantages of AM technologies and their limitations for existing and emerging applications;
- To provide hands-on laboratory experience with AM technologies.
Textbook: Gibson, Rosen, Stucker, Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing. Springer, 2009.
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