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Jill Ehmann

Senior Staff Specialist
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-7213
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Jill Ehmann

Senior Staff Specialist
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-7213

Currently Teaching

MECE-699
0 Credits
Up to six months of full-time, paid employment in the mechanical engineering field. See the ME graduate program coordinator or RIT's Office of Cooperative Education for further details.
MECE-499
0 Credits
Nominally three months of full-time, paid employment in the mechanical engineering field.
MECE-599
1 - 4 Credits
An independent student project course encompassing one of (a) an analytical investigation, (b) an experimental investigation or (c) a major design project. All independent student projects require a formal written report.
MECE-756
3 Credits
The course covers selected topics in boiling and condensation. The fundamental aspects will be introduced in the class. Fundamentals of phase change process will be emphasized. Several design examples will be covered to make students proficient in applying the theory to practical situations. The course has a design-oriented project that counts for majority of the grade. The projects are based on exciting new topics of current interest such as – visualization of boiling characteristics on enhanced surfaces, investigating different enhancement techniques, characterizing of nucleation behavior, effect of substrate on boiling, etc. Some of the topics covered include: Boiling curve, nucleation, bubble growth, critical heat flux, mechanisms of heat transfer, and enhancement techniques.