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  Rolf D. Reitz

Rolf D. Reitz

Teaching

Prof. Reitz has taught the following classes at UW-Madison:

  • EPD690, Engine Fluid Dynamics - a course in the Masters of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES)program -- Link
  • ME361, Thermodynamics I
  • ME362, Thermodynamics II
  • ME363, Fluid Dynamics
  • ME491, Mechanical Engineering Projects I
  • ME563, Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
  • ME572, Intermediate Gas Dynamics -- Lectures - Login with your CAE credentials
  • ME699, Independent Study
  • ME769, Combustion Processes -- Link, Reviews
  • ME999, Advanced Independent Study
  • NEEP/ME520, 2-phase Flow and Heat Transfer

Prof. Reitz has also participated in outreach teaching, including:

  • Short Course 'Spray Systems Technology - Computer Modeling of Sprays', Co-Taught annually at Carnegie Mellon University with N. Chigier and W. Bachalo, 1992 - 2002
  • Video Course NTU/ME572 Intermediate Gas Dynamics, National Technological University, 1997 - present
  • Short Course 'Multidimensional Modeling of IC Engines', UW - Madison, Co-taught with Prof. C. Rutland, S.-C. Kong, R. Hessel, 2000 - 2005 -- Link
  • Short course 'Engine Spray Modeling', Michigan State University, June 10, 2003 - June 13, 2003
  • Short Course 'Spray Systems Technology - Computer Modeling of Sprays', Co-Taught annually at Carnegie Mellon University with N. Chigier and W. Bachalo, 2004
  • Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 2012 Princeton Combustion Energy Frontiers Research Center (CEFRC), Summer Program on Combustion, 9 hr. Course, June 27, 2012 - June 29, 2012 -- Link
  • Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 2014 Princeton Combustion Energy Frontiers Research Center (CEFRC), Summer Program on Combustion, 15 hr. Course , June 23, 2014 - June 27, 2014 -- Link