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B.Tech IV Year I Semester Examinations, December-2011 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --What is transport phenomena? Write the Newtons law of viscosity, Fouriers law of heat conduction and Ficks law of diffusivity and explain why these three laws can be considered analogous. A flat plate 15 m long has an edge facing the flow direction. Air is flowing over the plate at 1000 cm/s. The air properties are = 1.32 gm/lit and = 0.018 cp. Calculate the boundary layer thickness at 125 cm from the leading edge. [10+6] Write short notes on Boundary conditions, their significance, importance and selection. Write short notes on shell balances. [8+8] Derive an equation to calculate the efficiency of a cooling fin. [16]

1.a)

b)

2.a) b) 3. 4.

Two vertical plates are spaced 6mm apart. One is maintained at 1000C and the other at 200C. Air is flowing between plates at a pressure of 1atmosphere and you may assume that the volumetric flow of upward moving stream is same as that of downward moving stream. Evaluate average velocity of air if = 2 106 poise. [16] Consider the problem of drying of droplets. Derive the equation for diffusion through a spherical shell of raidus r1. The shell is surrounded by a spherical film [16] of radius r2. Obtain the molar flux for the evaporating component A. Explain the following: a) The partial time derivative b) Total time derivative c) Substantial time derivative d) Navier-stokes equation.

5.

6.

[44=16]

7.

8.

Determine the velocity and shear stress distribution for the tangential laminar flow of an incompressible fluid between two vertical coaxial cylinders, the outer one of which is rotating with angular velocity . End effects may be neglected. [16] Explain the following theories: a) Bonssinesqs eddy viscosity b) Prandtls Mixing length c) Von Karmans similarity Hypothesis. [6+6+4]

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RR

(CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)

SET-2

B.Tech IV Year I Semester Examinations, December-2011 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. 2. Derive an equation to calculate the efficiency of a cooling fin. [16] Max. Marks: 80

Two vertical plates are spaced 6mm apart. One is maintained at 1000C and the other at 200C. Air is flowing between plates at a pressure of 1atmosphere and you may assume that the volumetric flow of upward moving stream is same as that of downward moving stream. Evaluate average velocity of air if = 2 106 poise. [16] Consider the problem of drying of droplets. Derive the equation for diffusion through a spherical shell of raidus r1. The shell is surrounded by a spherical film of radius r2. Obtain the molar flux for the evaporating component A. [16] Explain the following: a) The partial time derivative b) Total time derivative c) Substantial time derivative d) Navier-stokes equation.

3.

4.

[44=16]

5.

6.

Determine the velocity and shear stress distribution for the tangential laminar flow of an incompressible fluid between two vertical coaxial cylinders, the outer one of which is rotating with angular velocity . End effects may be neglected. [16] Explain the following theories: a) Bonssinesqs eddy viscosity b) Prandtls Mixing length c) Von Karmans similarity Hypothesis. [6+6+4] What is transport phenomena? Write the Newtons law of viscosity, Fouriers law of heat conduction and Ficks law of diffusivity and explain why these three laws can be considered analogous. A flat plate 15 m long has an edge facing the flow direction. Air is flowing over the plate at 1000 cm/s. The air properties are = 1.32 gm/lit and = 0.018 cp. Calculate the boundary layer thickness at 125 cm from the leading edge. [10+6] Write short notes on Boundary conditions, their significance, importance and selection. Write short notes on shell balances. [8+8]

7.a)

b)

8.a) b)

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RR

(CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)

SET-3

B.Tech IV Year I Semester Examinations, December-2011 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Consider the problem of drying of droplets. Derive the equation for diffusion through a spherical shell of raidus r1. The shell is surrounded by a spherical film of radius r2. Obtain the molar flux for the evaporating component A. [16] Explain the following: a) The partial time derivative b) Total time derivative c) Substantial time derivative d) Navier-stokes equation. Max. Marks: 80

2.

[44=16]

3.

4.

Determine the velocity and shear stress distribution for the tangential laminar flow of an incompressible fluid between two vertical coaxial cylinders, the outer one of which is rotating with angular velocity . End effects may be neglected. [16] Explain the following theories: a) Bonssinesqs eddy viscosity b) Prandtls Mixing length c) Von Karmans similarity Hypothesis. [6+6+4] What is transport phenomena? Write the Newtons law of viscosity, Fouriers law of heat conduction and Ficks law of diffusivity and explain why these three laws can be considered analogous. A flat plate 15 m long has an edge facing the flow direction. Air is flowing over the plate at 1000 cm/s. The air properties are = 1.32 gm/lit and = 0.018 cp. Calculate the boundary layer thickness at 125 cm from the leading edge. [10+6] Write short notes on Boundary conditions, their significance, importance and selection. Write short notes on shell balances. [8+8] Derive an equation to calculate the efficiency of a cooling fin. [16]

5.a)

b)

6.a) b) 7. 8.

Two vertical plates are spaced 6mm apart. One is maintained at 1000C and the other at 200C. Air is flowing between plates at a pressure of 1atmosphere and you may assume that the volumetric flow of upward moving stream is same as that of downward moving stream. Evaluate average velocity of air if = 2 106 poise. [16]

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RR

(CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)

SET-4

B.Tech IV Year I Semester Examinations, December-2011 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Time: 3 hours Answer any five questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Determine the velocity and shear stress distribution for the tangential laminar flow of an incompressible fluid between two vertical coaxial cylinders, the outer one of which is rotating with angular velocity . End effects may be neglected. [16] Explain the following theories: a) Bonssinesqs eddy viscosity b) Prandtls Mixing length c) Von Karmans similarity Hypothesis. [6+6+4] What is transport phenomena? Write the Newtons law of viscosity, Fouriers law of heat conduction and Ficks law of diffusivity and explain why these three laws can be considered analogous. A flat plate 15 m long has an edge facing the flow direction. Air is flowing over the plate at 1000 cm/s. The air properties are = 1.32 gm/lit and = 0.018 cp. Calculate the boundary layer thickness at 125 cm from the leading edge. [10+6] Write short notes on Boundary conditions, their significance, importance and selection. Write short notes on shell balances. [8+8] Derive an equation to calculate the efficiency of a cooling fin. [16] Max. Marks: 80

2.

3.a)

b)

4.a) b) 5. 6.

Two vertical plates are spaced 6mm apart. One is maintained at 1000C and the other at 200C. Air is flowing between plates at a pressure of 1atmosphere and you may assume that the volumetric flow of upward moving stream is same as that of downward moving stream. Evaluate average velocity of air if = 2 106 poise. [16] Consider the problem of drying of droplets. Derive the equation for diffusion through a spherical shell of raidus r1. The shell is surrounded by a spherical film of radius r2. Obtain the molar flux for the evaporating component A. [16] Explain the following: a) The partial time derivative b) Total time derivative c) Substantial time derivative d) Navier-stokes equation.

7.

8.

[44=16]

******

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