Computational Heat Transfer (CHT)
Leading the CHT course is Dean Schrage. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee and his Ph.D. degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Schrage has worked exclusively in applied research and development in the field of thermal and fluid management - a combined experience totaling 25 years. He holds three U.S. patents and has authored numerous journal and conference papers. Dr. Schrage is actively immersed in development of commercial-grade simulation software and the application of these codes to practical industrial problems. Such software includes general purpose CFD and CHT codes (Hyperion-TFS), hybrid rapid solver technology (Hyperion-GCG) and specialized meshing and OpenGL geometry manipulation tools (Hyperion-Mesh3D and Hyperion-CADRazor).