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Prof. Roseanna Zia 344 Olin Hall zia@cbe.cornell.edu Vikram Thapar thapar.09@gmail.com 379 Olin Hall M-W-F 11:15AM - 12:05PM 255 Olin Hall

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Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer (Welty / Wicks / Wilson / Rorrer). Copies also on reserve at Uris Library. Supplementary reading on reserve at Uris Library: (1) Engineering Fluid Mechanics (Crowe / Elger / Williams / Roberson) and (2) Transport Phenomena (Bird, Stewart, & Lightfoot) Recitation: 3 optional recitation sections; attend as many as you like (≥ 1): 1. Mon 2:30 - 3:20PM, Franklin Lee 2. Wed 2:30 - 3:20PM, Vikram Thapar 3. Fri 9:05 - 9:55AM, Eric Burkholder Locations as noted in course schedules. Office Hours: Locations to be posted on Blackboard during 1st week of classes 1. Tue 4:30 - 5:30PM, Eric Burkholder (267 Olin Hall) 2. Weds 7:00 - 9:00 PM, Andrew Broenen & Franklin Lee (246 Olin Hall) 3. Thurs 7:00 – 8:00 Vikram Thapar and 8:00 - 10:00PM, Sijun Yang & Linh Nguyen (203 Thurston Hall) Problem sets: Posted on Blackboard on Fridays. Due: Fridays by 5:00PM to the 4 boxes outside Vikram’s office (379 Olin) 4 problems per set. Staple each problem separately with name, set #, page # on each page. Problem #1 to have assignment sheet on top, name at top → +/2 points per set. Returned: Sets will be returned in-class on Wednesdays, except for exam weeks, when they will returned sooner. Exams: Short closed-book/notes portion + longer open-book/notes portion. #1 Tues March 5, 7:00 - 9:00PM #2 Tues April 2, 7:00 - 9:00PM #3 Wed May 8, 7:00 - 9:30PM Grade: Problem sets 25%; Exams 25% each. Collaboration on problem sets is encouraged, but all solutions must be your own. Cornell honor code must be observed.

Applications 10.Simple shear flows (Couette flow) . Ch.S. Ch. Newtonian fluids . differential form .Steady flow over a flat plate . Lubrication flows [Wm. Flow through porous media & Darcy’s Law. 24. Submerged surfaces & bodies [Welty Ch.L.The stress tensor.Stokes’ Equations & properties of Stokes flow .Syllabus. Blasius) [Welty 12. Viscosity & viscoelasticity [Welty Ch.Conservation of momentum .Wedge (Falker-scan) flows . Plesset & Prosperetti (1977)] 15.Brownian motion and diffusion. 5.6] 18. 7] 4.8 / Crowe 9. differential form (The Navier-Stokes equations) . Surface tension [Leal.5/ Crowe 9.Conservation of momentum.2] 14. 1. Fluid statics.Deen (NOT Denn) Ch. 2/ Crowe Ch. Translating sphere in Stokes’ Flow .1. 9. Apr. Avagadro’s Number 19. 6.5] 17.Startup flow over a flat plate . 11. Regimes of the Navier-Stokes equations 11.4/Crowe Ch.Conservation of mass (Continuity equation) . 3] 5.Viscous scaling of the Navier-Stokes Equations . 2 13. Introduction to boundary layers .Pressure driven unidirectional flows (Poiseuille flow) . 2. 10.Unidirectional flows with fluid/fluid interface . 5 8. 6. 2013 1. Mar. 5. Introduction to fluid mechanics. 3] 3. ChemE 3230 Spring 2013 Jan.Non-Newtonian unidirectional flows Exam # 1. 11. Math fundamentals [Boyce & DiPrima. Low Reynolds Number Flows [B. 3. Control-volume Analysis (Macroscopic balances) [Welty Ch. 4-G(1). & 7] .Conservation of mass. Review for exam Exam # 2. 1.Laminar boundary layer theory (Prandtl. BL separation 16. 8] .Stokes settling velocity . 7.Flow over a blunt body.4] . Turbulence & instability [Welty 12. Fluid Properties [Welty Ch. the Stokes-Einstein Relation. Sedimentation Exam # 3. Fluid Motion: Unidirectional flows [Welty Ch.3-12.1 & 2] 2.3] .1.Conservation of mechanical energy & Bernoulli’s equation 9. Differential-volume Analysis (Microscopic balances) [Welty Ch. Ch. 4.Rotating sphere. Dimensional analysis & Dimensional Similarity [Welty Ch.1 & 9.6] . & 6 / Crowe Ch. 2. May 8 (week 16) .