San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Elements of Heat Transfer for Biological Applications is a free, two day short course held on the campus of Louisiana State University. Topics to be covered include: Energy Balance Equations, Heat Transfer Modes, Steady State in Flat Plates and in Radial Direction, Steady State Conduction in Composite Materials, Steady State Convection, Combined Conduction and Convection, Radiation-incident and emissive, 3-D diffusion basics, 1-D transient conduction and convection and industrial heat transfer equipment used in biological applications.
Dr. Chandra Theegala is a Professor in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department (BAE) with a joint appointment with Louisiana State University and LSU Agricultural Center. He holds a doctoral degree in Enviromental Engineering from Louisiana State University. At LSU-BAE, he routinely teaches senior/graduate level courses in the areas of: Biological Reactors, Heat and Mass Transfer, Sustainable Energy Engineering and Energy Conservation & Renewable Energy Engineering. He has over 20 years of experience with bioreactors, including his PhD dissertation research on closed photobioreactors and mass production of microalgea in open systems.
The event is free and lunch will be provided, however registration is required.
For additional information, please contact Carlen Ensley at CEnsley@agcenter.lsu.edu or 225-642-0135 ext 235.
When & Where
Sustainable Bioproducts Initiative, LSU AgCenter
This event is hosted by the Educational Task of the Sustainable Bioproducts Initiative and is supported by Agriculture and Food Research Initative competitive grant no. 2011-69005-30515 from the USDA National Institute of Food And Agriculture.
For more information on the Sustainable Bioproducts Initiative, please visit www.lsuagcenter.com/subi.