1.061 | Fall 2008 | Undergraduate

Transport Processes in the Environment

Related Resources

Useful links for the fluid transport devotee.

E-Fluids — good educational site for fluid dynamics (with an impressive gallery of flow images)

Image Gallery — Laminar/Turbulent Flows — another impressive gallery of flow visualization images, this time from the University of Iowa

Cushman-Roisin course notes — very helpful course notes from Dartmouth professor Benoit Cushman-Roisin’s Environmental Transport and Fate class. Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4 cover mass balance, diffusion, dispersion, and air-water exchange among other topics

Central limit theorem — animations produced by Charles Annis Statistical Engineering that demonstrate the central limit theorem for various initial particle distributions

Random walk — background on the random walk model from QuantNotes

Brownian motion — Wikipedia entry for Brownian motion, including its history, the mathematical model that represents it, and a 2D example

Shear Dispersion Animation

The Nepf Lab

Course Info

As Taught In
Fall 2008
Learning Resource Types
Course Introduction
Simulation Videos
Problem Sets
Lecture Notes