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Texas A&M University
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Chen 304 - Chem Engr Fluid Ops
Chem Engr Fluid Ops Documents
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Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering CBE 341 Mass Momentum and Energy Transport Fall 2017 Prof P T Brun Instructors P T Brun A313 8 2620 pbrun princeton edu Office hours T 1 00 3 00 PM and by appointment A313 Roseanne Ford rmford princeton edu Office hours MWF 11 noon and by appointment A211 Format Lectures MWF 10 00 10 50 AM Friend Center 008 Precepts W 7 30 8 20 PM E Quad A A224 Th 7 30 8 20 PM Friend Center 003 Homework Posted every Wednesday on Blackboard due the following Wednesday 10 00 AM Except for week of Thanksgiving see below Grading Assistants Brian Wilson XXX bkwilson exchange Princeton EDU in Shuo Wang XXXX shuow exchange Princeton EDU Instruction Office hours M 6 00 8 00 PM XXXX T 6 00 8 00 PM XXXX Textbook Our textbook is Fundamentals of Momentum Heat and Mass Transfer by Welty Rorrer Wicks and Wilson 5th edition Blackboard will be used to assign textbook readings and post lecture notes precept material and homework Exams All exams will be open book and open notes Two timed take home examinations due at 10 00 AM on stated date One in class final examination 3 hrs Homework problems Midterm examinations Final examination 20 40 20 each 40 Course outline Week 1 9 13 15 Introduction Fluid statics buoyancy No precept this week No homework this week Week 2 9 18 22 Dimensional analysis Buckingham Pi theorem Integral mass balance Integral balance of linear momentum Precept 1 9 20 21 Homework set 1 assigned 9 20 due 9 27 Week 3 9 25 29 Flow in a pipe dimensional analysis Flow through porous medium packed beds fluidized beds Application of integral mass and linear momentum balances Precept 2 9 27 28 Homework set 2 assigned 9 27 due 10 4 Week 4 10 2 6 Stress tensor Differential linear momentum balance Constitutive equations Precept 3 10 4 5 Homework set 3 assigned 10 4 due 10 11 Week 5 10 9 13 Application of differential balance equations Rayleigh problem Exam 1 Review at Precept time 10 11 12 Extended office hours with Professor 10 11 5 7pm A313 Exam 1 assigned 10 13 due 10 16 Week 6 10 16 20 Fourier s laws of heat conduction Steady state heat conduction Heat transfer from a fin Unsteady heat conduction Precept 4 10 18 19 Homework set 4 assigned 10 18 due 10 25 Week 7 10 23 27 Dimensional analysis of convective heat transfer Numerical analysis of heat conduction problems Integral energy balance in the presence of convection Precept 5 10 25 26 Homework set 5 assigned 10 25 due 11 8 Week 8 11 6 10 Heat exchanger analysis Differential energy balance equation Analogy between heat transfer and momentum transfer Precept 6 11 8 9 Homework set 6 assigned 11 8 due 11 15 Week 9 11 13 17 Natural convection Introduction to mass transfer diffusion Exam 2 Review at Precept time 11 15 16 Extended office hours with Professor 11 17 3 5pm A313 Exam 2 assigned 11 17 due 11 20 Week 10 11 20 Diffusion in porous media and in non ideal systems No Precept Happy Thanksgiving Homework set 7 assigned 11 20 due 11 29 Week 11 11 27 12 1 Differential equations for mass transport Steady state diffusion across a porous membrane Unsteady diffusion in a slab with external resistance Arnold Cell Precept 7 11 29 30 Homework set 8 assigned 11 30 due 12 6 Week 12 12 4 8 Diffusion with reaction in porous catalysts Dimensional analysis for convective mass transfer Convective mass transfer problems Mass momentum and energy transfer analogy Precept 8 12 6 7 Homework set 9 assigned 12 6 due 12 13 Week 13 12 11 15 Turbulence Convective mass transfer between phases Simultaneous mass and energy transfer Precept 9 12 13 14 Final Exam practice problems distributed 12 15 Reading Period Two review sessions Why do we study transport Statement of the problem x 1 Formulate and solve mass momentum and energy balances for macroscopic control volumes 2 Formulate and solve mass momentum and energy balances for one dimensional differentials control volumes 3 Employ dimensional analysis to interpret and employ experimental data 4 Develop a basic understanding of physical phenomena involving transport processes 5 Formulate and solve transport problems by simplifying the general balances in the form of partial differential equations 6 Employ dimensional analysis to assess the importance of competing processes 7 Appreciate intuitively and mathematically the parallelism between three transport modes 8 Formulate and solve interphase heat and mass transfer problems in order to design processes


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