20 views

Uploaded by chidapa

- Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability of Finite Amplitude
- Slatter P - Modelling the Turbulent Flow of Non-Newtonian Slurries
- 20180h Manual Pipelines
- Nozzle Tutorial
- Analysis of Grease Lubricated Isoviscous-elastic Point Contacts-2-3-4
- Ch1
- Intro to Transport Phenomena New
- Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) (1).pdf
- EHL(elastro hydrodynamic lubrication)
- aerodynamics
- 15 Mechanical Engineering
- ch.1_slurry design.pdf
- Backstep Sbs[1]
- PPT 1 - Molecular Flux.pdf
- 111CH0600 Thesis
- Factorsaffectingviscosityofaliquid 150424054833 Conversion Gate02
- IPTC-1~1
- Viva Grand
- 061301_1
- CE2258-VVQ

You are on page 1of 21

Sira Srinives

References

Bird, R.B., Stewart, W.E., and Lightfoot, E.N.,

2002.

Welty, J.R., Wicks, C.E., Wilson, R.E., Rorrer, G.

Fundamentals of momentum, heat and mass

transfer, 4th ed., John Wiley & Sons, 2002

COURSE SYLLABUS

Fluid static and introduction to transport phenomena

Momentum shell balance

General isothermal momentum equation

Multivariable flows

Generalized non-isothermal equation of change

Multivariable energy transfer

Introduction to mass transfer

Steady-state diffusion with reaction

Generalized multicomponent

Multicomponent mass transfer

-In Catersian coordinates, a coordinate

is assigned using x, y and z.

-In many cases, choosing the right

coordinate can help simplifying the

system significantly.

-The most important thing is to

understand and know how to apply

each coordinate to the right system and

to convert from one coordinate to the

other.

Cartesian: x, y, z

Cylindrical: r, , z

Spherical: r, ,

Correlation between Cartesian and cylindrical

coordination

x = r cos

y = r sin

z=z

2

2

x

y

+

+

r=

= arctan (y/x)

z=z

Spherical coordinates

x = r sin cos

y = r sin sin

z = r cos

2

2

2

+

x

+

y

+

z

r=

= arctan x 2 + y 2

= arctan (y/x)

Cylindrical coordinates

z 2 2 r2

z1

1 r1

f (r , , z )rdrddz

r dr d dz

r d

dr

z 2 2 r2

f (r , , z )rdrddz

z1

1 r1

when

r dr d dz

r = r0 (constant)

z2 2

f (r , , z )r ddz

0

z1

when

= 0 (constant)

z 2 r2

f (r , , z )rdrdz

0

z1 r1

when

2 r2

z = z0 (constant)

f (r , , z )rdrd

0

1 r1

r d

dr

From

z 2 2 r2

f (r, , z )rdrddz

BUZZ

GROUP 2

z1 1 r1

If

f (r, , z ) = r

find

z1 = H 1 = 2 pi r1 = R

f (r, , z )rdrddz

z1 = 0 1 = 0 r1 = 0

r d

dr

Spherical coordinates

2 2 r2

1 r1

f (r , , )r 2 dr sin dd

Differential volume element

r2 dr sin d d

Z-axis

r sin d

2 2 r2

f (r , , )r 2 dr sin dd

1 r1

when

r = r0

2 2

2

(

)

g

,

,

r

r

0 sin dd

0

when

1 1

= 0

2 r2

2

g

(

)

r

,

r

sin 0 drd

0

when

1 r1

2 r2

= 0

2

g

r

,

)

r

sin drd

(

,

1 r1

r2 dr sin d d

BUZZ GROUP

2

From

2 2 r2

f (r, , )r dr sin dd

2

1 1 r1

f (r, , ) = r

If

find

2 = 2 pi 2 = pi r2 = R

f (r, , )r dr sin dd

2

1 = 0 1 = 0 r1 = 0

MOMENTUM TRANSPORT

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/

86/Billard.JPG

http://drjudywood.com/articles/BBE

/BBEpics/momentum.jpg

- Define a system as two parallel plates. Each

plate has a surface area of A, located at a

distant of from one another.

- Fill the empty space between these two

plates with fluid and pull the lower plate at a

constant velocity V in +x direction.

Fig 1.1-1

- As soon as the fluid flow reaches steady

state (constant velocity, V), constant force (F)

required to maintain the steady motion can

be presented as

F

V

=

A

, whereas

fluid viscosity

force in x direction exerted on a unit area

perpendicular to the y direction.

- Then, the shear force in x direction that

exerts on the unit area perpendicular to y

direction is proportional to the negative value

of velocity change in x direction with respect

to y direction.

dv x

yx =

dy

law of viscosity

- Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability of Finite AmplitudeUploaded byRebecca Clark
- Slatter P - Modelling the Turbulent Flow of Non-Newtonian SlurriesUploaded byJohn Gordon-Smith
- 20180h Manual PipelinesUploaded byĐiệnBiênNhâm
- Nozzle TutorialUploaded byHariprasath Gunasekaran
- Analysis of Grease Lubricated Isoviscous-elastic Point Contacts-2-3-4Uploaded byIAEME Publication
- Ch1Uploaded byMohammed Al-samarrae
- Intro to Transport Phenomena NewUploaded byYunardi Yusuf
- Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) (1).pdfUploaded byMuhammad Shahid Hussain
- EHL(elastro hydrodynamic lubrication)Uploaded byAshishvajir
- aerodynamicsUploaded bynanduslns07
- 15 Mechanical EngineeringUploaded byslv_prasaad
- ch.1_slurry design.pdfUploaded byHoan Hoan
- Backstep Sbs[1]Uploaded byGabotecna
- PPT 1 - Molecular Flux.pdfUploaded byrealakii
- 111CH0600 ThesisUploaded byAntariksha Pattnaik
- Factorsaffectingviscosityofaliquid 150424054833 Conversion Gate02Uploaded byJay White
- IPTC-1~1Uploaded byLuizk ← → Ruiz
- Viva GrandUploaded bygundogan21
- 061301_1Uploaded byBurak Celal
- CE2258-VVQUploaded byAnbarasan Sivaraj
- Velocity Profile in Turbulent FlowUploaded byGlyra Rosalem
- Prog Ens Anglais Year1- 10Uploaded byajai
- Paper on solid controlUploaded byNaman Shah
- ME-D.pdfUploaded byaciddrops
- ContentsUploaded byHalil İbrahim Özdemir
- Pipe Elbow Water ErosionUploaded bydioniewilsonatyahoo
- syllabus_15.06.07Uploaded byDebarshi Baruah
- Dimo Tak is 2005Uploaded bylig
- elperin2005.pdfUploaded byAzeddine Rachih
- Quiz-04Uploaded byNes Thanut

- HR practices of Accenture BDUploaded byRiad-us Salehin
- Palaniia Cv NewUploaded bydkannanapk
- Itil 2011 Process ModelUploaded bylaura_yln
- IDCconnEUploaded byreh223
- Acrow Bridge 300SeriesManual.pdfUploaded byJason
- Data Sheet Emc 110 Mit RampenkomfortUploaded byDejan Mitrovic
- m4a88tdvevousb3_en.pdfUploaded bypramuduta
- magicqshortcutsUploaded byChamSys|net
- NetCOBWinSyntaxSamplesUploaded byapi-19500260
- Lecture_Notes.pdfUploaded byPedro Javier
- HarmanKardon AVR347 7.1 RecUploaded byBill Mathes
- APIUploaded bySyedUbaidRehman
- 86-140412219330-32Uploaded bySHAIJU
- 28586,Actiflo_Industrial2014_LR-1.pdfUploaded byAkulSenapati
- Bamboo ResarchUploaded byArmando Titular Tayoba II
- 2017 Inspection Summit ProgramUploaded byviller_lp
- 3_GEBCOdataUploaded byPiere Christofer Salas Herrera
- what is a landslideUploaded byapi-104251795
- M18_CHIWF34_402C.pdfUploaded byxaker
- 18 QUICK RELEASE COUPLER MOD 5051.pdfUploaded bymmkatta
- DxDiagUploaded bypwp
- Seismic Strengthening of Irregular Geometrical Configured RCC Multi Storeyed building using shear wallUploaded byIRJET Journal
- bg_thuc_hanh_cam_bienUploaded byManh Tuan Le
- Computer Networks and Computer SecurityUploaded bypantopita
- Wang 2015 - Global Optimal Searching for Textureless 3D object tracking.pdfUploaded byDada8888
- Mod 9Uploaded byapi-3766872
- Material Tech Master File Cp01 - i SemUploaded byvinayak
- Article Ejbps Volume 2 June Issue 3 1433741132Uploaded byNitin Kashyap
- DFSFFUploaded bybsgindia82
- Master Manual ListUploaded byedascribd