**Prof. Dr. Manuel Torrilhon, Andrea Hanke**

A class for students of CES and Mathematics, as well as everybody interested.

We discuss enhanced/extended fluid mechanics based on kinetic gas theory and applicable for moderate Knudsen-number processes, like in rarefied or microscopic settings. Special focus will be the theory of regularized 13-moment-equations (R13) with applications being ultra-sound dispersion, micro-channel flow, heat conduction, and shock wave profiles.

The formal structure of the class will be 2 hours of lectures and 1 hour of tutorial each week. The tutorials will be merged into 2 hours every other week.

The times for lectures and tutorials are given below.

- Friday, 10:30 - 12:00, in 1090(Rogowski)|334(klPhys) + online (Zoom)
- tutorials some other day to be announced

There are 5 ECTS points to earn with an oral exam of 30min.

See also online.rwth-aachen.de. To attend the course you have to register with the L2P/Moodle-Room, available at RWTH E-Learning.

This is not meant to cover the course, many of these items actually go far beyond the course material.
But they certainly resonate with what is done in the course.

- S. R. De Groot & P. Mazur, Irreversible Themrodynamics, Dover, 1962
- S. Chapman & T. G. Cowling, The Mathematical Theory of Non-uniform Gases, 3rd ed., Cambridge University Press, 1970
- more to be added