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The study of mass transfer is of particular interest to environmental engineers which involves processes that move chemicals through the air, surface water, subsurface environment, or engineered systems. Transport processes move pollutants from the location at which they aregenerated, resulting in impacts that can be distant from the pollution source. In addition, environmental engineers make use of the contents of this course in the design of emission-control systems. In this course the lectures discuss some of the processes that transport pollutants in the environment and in engineered systems. The goals of this discussion are twofold: to provide and understanding of the processes that cause pollutant transport, and to present and apply the mathematical formulas used to calculate the resulting pollutant fluxes.
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