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ENGSCI 740

: Computational Engineering for Physical Systems
2023 Semester One (1233)
Principles and practice for modelling complex physical systems. Applications in biomechanics, fluid mechanics and solid mechanics. Including topics such as large deformation elasticity theory applied to soft tissues, inviscid flow theory, compressible flows, viscous flows, meteorology, oceanography, coastal ocean modelling, mixing in rivers, fracture, composite materials and geomechanics. Underlying theories, computational techniques and industry applications explored using commercial software.
Subject: Engineering Science
Prerequisite: BIOMENG 321 or ENGSCI 343
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ENGSCI 740

: Advanced Mechanics in Research and Technology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Applications of continuum mechanics to problems in biomechanics, fluid mechanics and solid mechanics. Including topics such as large deformation elasticity theory applied to soft tissues, inviscid flow theory, compressible flows, viscous flows, meteorology, oceanography, coastal ocean modelling, mixing in rivers and estuaries. Fracture, composite materials and geomechanics.
Subject: Engineering Science
Prerequisite: BIOMENG 321 or ENGSCI 343
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ENGSCI 740

: Computational Engineering for Physical Systems
2022 Semester One (1223)
Principles and practice for modelling complex physical systems. Applications in biomechanics, fluid mechanics and solid mechanics. Including topics such as large deformation elasticity theory applied to soft tissues, inviscid flow theory, compressible flows, viscous flows, meteorology, oceanography, coastal ocean modelling, mixing in rivers, fracture, composite materials and geomechanics. Underlying theories, computational techniques and industry applications explored using commercial software.
Subject: Engineering Science
Prerequisite: BIOMENG 321 or ENGSCI 343

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ENGSCI 740

: Advanced Mechanics in Research and Technology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Applications of continuum mechanics to problems in biomechanics, fluid mechanics and solid mechanics. Including topics such as large deformation elasticity theory applied to soft tissues, inviscid flow theory, compressible flows, viscous flows, meteorology, oceanography, coastal ocean modelling, mixing in rivers and estuaries. Fracture, composite materials and geomechanics.
Subject: Engineering Science
Prerequisite: BIOMENG 321 or ENGSCI 343

Outline is not available yet