At the end of the course, the student will have learnt the theoretical principles of thermofluidodynamics.
He will also have relatively specific applicative knowledge in particular on fluid flow, mass and heat transfer with reference to engineering applications.
The student must possess:
-Basic and applied knowledge of heat transfer phenomena with reference to conduction, convection even in the presence of phase change and also in the presence of complex rheological fluid behaviour;
- the basic tools to deal with the design choices aimed to heat exchangers sizing;
- the ability to clearly demonstrate the procedure used in the design of heat exchangers.