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Topic Title: COURSE NOTES: Transport Phenomena Teaching Archive
Topic Summary: Materials Digital Library Pathway. Exercises in transport phenomena in materials engineering
Created On: 2/10/2007 10:27 PM

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Cathy Rohrer

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This resource offers a large number of undergraduate and graduate level exercises in transport phenomena, with a particular concentration in materials processing and performance.

Citation: "Transport Phenomena in Materials Engineering." Materials Digital Library Pathway. 2006. National Science Digital Library.

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Edited: 7/1/2008 at 10:58 PM by Cathy Rohrer
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Adam Powell

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A better and more up-to-date view of the Transport Phenomena Archive is at lyre.mit.edu.
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Adam Powell

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And now there's an even better and more up-to-date version at the Materials Digital Library Pathway; this is the long-term host for this material.
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