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:Basic [[conduction]], [[convection]], [[mass transfer]], [[radiation]], and [[Computational Heat Transfer]] (CHT).
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Basic, conduction, convection, mass transfer, radiation, and Computational Heat Transfer (CHT).
The properties of pure substances, first law and second law, entropy and availability, power and refrigeration cycles.
Incompressible Flow,inviscid flow, potential flow, boundary layer theory, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
Chemistry and thermal effects in combustion.
Melting and solidification, sublimation and vapor deposition, condensation, evaporation and boiling, and two-phase flow.
Heat exchanger, heat pipe, energy and fuel cells.
Biotechnology, information technology, nanotechnology and security.

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