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CIV_ENV 448-0: Computational Chemodynamics

Quarter Offered

Spring : MWF 10-10:50 ; Gaillard

Description

An in-depth understanding of the processes that govern the fate of chemicals in the environment by developing computational tools used to quantify the concentrations of contaminants and nutrients.; Numerical methods focus on solving: multiphase equilibrium problems, box models, reaction networks and kinetics, the interplay between transport and reaction, partitioning, and trophic relationships. 

Class Time:

3 hr/wk

Reference Book:

Introduction to Systems Analysis by Dieter M. Imboden and Stefan Pfenninger, Springer
(2013). See CANVAS for the link to download a pdf version of this book.