University of Tennessee
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
Websites for Courses Taught by David Keffer
MSE 489: Materials Design
FYS 129: The Golden Age of Non-Idiomatic Improvisation
MSE 301: Applied Statistics and Numerical Methods for Material Scientists & Engineers
MSE 480: Materials Selection in Design
MSE 614: Modeling & Simulation in Materials Science & Engineering: Classical Mechanics
MSE 496R: Materials for Historic Instrument Restoration
MSE 455/556: Materials for Energy
MSE 510: Mathematical and Numerical Problem Solving Skills for Materials Scientists and Engineers
CBE 652: Sustainable Energy Production
CBE 633: Multiscale Materials Modeling
CBE 380: Undergraduate Seminar
ChE 230: Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
ChE 240: Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer
ChE 301: Applied Statistics and Numerical Methods for Engineers
ChE 310: Unit Operations Laboratory I
CBE 401: Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review
ChE 415: An Applied Programming Course in FORTRAN
CBE 450: Chemical Reactor Fundamentals
ChE 505: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers
ChE 548: A Second Semester of Advanced Transport Phenomena for Chemical Engineers
ChE 631: Advanced Topics in Statistical Mechanics and Molecular Modeling
Short Courses/Lectures
Governor's School at UT
ASM Summer Materials Camp at UT
Scholars Invitational - Multiscale Materials Modeling
MSE 101 - Multiscale Materials Modeling
FYS 100 - Discussion of Common Summer Reading for Incoming Freshmen
University of Tennessee Online Course System
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Courses taught at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
HYD 7007: Fuel Cells
ENG 2110: Strategies for Sustainable Energy
DAA 9080: Technical Manuscript Preparation for Doctoral Candidates
Other Web Resources for Chemical Engineering Students:
A Web Resource for the Development of Modern Engineering Problem-Solving Skills
The Bridgman Tables for Thermodynamic Derivatives
Web Resources for Thermodynamic Properties
A Methodical Algorithm for Solving Chemical Equilibria Problems
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