Thermal-Fluid & Energy Systems

Find sustainable ways to power our world. Thermal-fluid & energy systems study how fluids behave and how heat transfers within different systems.
By understanding thermal-fluid systems, we can design more efficient heating and cooling systems, improve energy generation processes. We can develop sustainable solutions for applications such as energy production, aerospace engineering, next-generation batteries, thermal management, HVAC, petrochemical processes... the list goes on and on.

What Can You Do with Thermal-Fluid & Energy Systems?

As the world shifts towards sustainable energy management, thermal-fluid and energy system specialists are in high demand. You could work on designing and implementing energy management strategies and policies that promote the use of sustainable energy sources. You could design systems that help cool electronics and use fuel more efficiently in aerospace and automotive industries. With a career in thermal-fluid and energy systems, you can make a significant impact in creating a more sustainable future for our planet.

What You'll Study in Thermal-Fluid & Energy Systems

You will learn about fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, and energy conversion technologies. Gain hands-on experience in designing, analyzing, and optimizing thermal-fluid and energy systems through lab experiments, undergraduate research, and design projects.

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