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Reynold Transport Theorem

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This theorem transforms the system formulation to control volume formulation; which is given by the following expression DBsys Dt = bd + b(V.n )dA t C .. C.S.

1. The first integral represents the rate of change of the extensive property in the control volume. 2. The second integral represents the flux of the extensive property across the control surface. Derivation of Reynolds Transport Theorem Consider an arbitrary flow field defined by V (x,y,z,t) and a system moving with this flow field. Let the boundary of the C. . coincide with the boundary of the system at time t. They both occupy regions I and II at time t. As time passes to t + t, the system occupies regions II and III. The system has been chosen so that the mass within the region I enters the C. . during time interval t, and the mass in region III leaves the C. . during the same time interval.

y

r dA

r V

Streamlines

x z A III II I C.S. R

L B

C..

System at t+t

System at t

= lim t 0

(Bsys ) t + t (Bsys ) t

t

or

+ b d b d b d b d + DBsys 2 3 2 t t + t 1 = lim t 0 t Dt Since the limit of the sums equals the sum of the limits one can write,

1 2 3 Since the volume 2 becomes that of the C. . as t 0 in the limit we have for the 1st limit expression,

b d b d 2 t + t 2 t lim t 0 = t bd t C..

In the 2nd limit term the integral bd represents the amount of property B that has

3

crossed the part of C.S. (say ARB). This value divided by t gives the average rate of flux of B across ARB during the time interval t. Then the limit of that term can be written as bd (B III )t +t 3 t + t = lim t 0 lim t 0 = b(V.n )dA t t C.S.III Similarly the last term represents the exact rate of influx of B into the C. . at time t through the part of C.S. (ALB). This may be written as bd 1 t lim t 0 = b(V.n )dA t C.S.I

The last two limiting processes represent the net flux rate of B across the entire control surface. They can be replaced by one term as follows,

C.S.

b(V.n )dA

where V is the velocity vector and n is the unit vector pointing outward from an enclosed region. Finally we have: DBsys Dt 1

= bd + b(V.n )dA t C .. C.S.

The physical meanings of the terms are: 1. The total rate of change of any arbitrary extensive property B, of the system; 2. The time rate of change of the arbitrary extensive property B within the control volume 3. The net rate of flux of the extensive property through the control surface. V is measured in the above equations relative to control volume which is fixed relative to the reference coordinates x, y and z. Thus, the time rate of change of the arbitrary extensive property B within the control volume must be evaluated by an observer fixed in the control volume.

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