Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.

                                                                                                                                            â€”Albert Einstein


Dr. Farrukh Alvi

Courses taught at FAMU-FSU

  •   EML 3100 - Fundamentals of Thermodynamics: An undergraduate course in the principles of thermodynamics.

  •   EML 3700 - Fluid Mechanics:An upper division, undergraduate course designed to introduce the basic concepts of fluid mechanics and their applications to engineering problems.

  •   EML 5709 - Fluid Mechanics, Principles and Applications: A graduate course in the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics.

  •   EML 4304L - Experiments in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences: A senior level laboratory which introduces the students to basic, modern and conventional, experimental techniques used in the study of heat transfer and fluid mechanics.

  •   EML 3015C/3016C - Thermal-Fluids Sciences I/II: This is a two-part series of junior level courses designed to provide background on the fundamental principles and engineering.

  •   EML 4711/5710 - Introduction to Gas Dynamics: This is a thorough one-dimensional treatment of compressible flows and applications to nozzle, diffuser, sound waves, tunnel, and shock tube flows.

  •   EGM 5810 - Viscous Fluid Flows: Presents the basic fundamentals underlying the mechanics of gas, air, and fluid flows. Discussion of the possible methods of estimating and predicting the characteristics and parameters governing those flows.