CHE 443 Syllabus

CHE 443 Syllabus - Syllabus for CHE443 Spring 2017 1 Basic...

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Syllabus for CHE443 Spring 2017 1. Basic Information Course: Viscous Flow, CHE 443, 3 units Place and time: GFS 116, Tue & Thu: 11:00 am to 12:20 am Faculty: Pin Wang Office: Ronald Tutor Hall (RTH), room 506 Email: Office hours: Thu, 3:00 – 4:30 pm; or email appointment (it is better to email me before coming to the office hours) Class web page: 2. Classroom Etiquette Please refrain from using your phones and computers for purposes other than class-related during in class. 3. Couse Goals, Learning Objectives, and Relationship to BME Program Outcomes 3.1 Goals: The main goal of CHE 443 is to learn some key fundamentals aspects of fluid mechanics and momentum transfer that are related to chemical engineering and chemical processing operations. Specifically, you will learn Property of fluids Fundamental equations of fluid flow Fluid friction in pipes Derivation of navier-stokes, continuity and energy equations Boundary conditions for viscous flow Dimensionless analysis and similarity solutions Laminar boundary layers Blasius velocity profile for flow over a flat plate 3.2 Learning objectives and relationship to CHE student outcomes: After successfully completing this course, you will be able to 1) Understand basic terminology and concept of viscous flow related fluid mechanics (outcome a) 2) Understand the viscous problems and make appropriate assumptions to analyze the problems (outcome a,e) 3) Derive the equations governing the conservation of mass, momentum, and energy of an incompressible Newtonian fluid (outcome a,e) 4) Identify the significance of each term in the governing equations (outcome a, e) 5) Simplify the governing equations for problems involving symmetry and negligible terms (outcome a, e) 6) Specify appropriate mathematical boundary conditions given a complete physical description of a flow (outcome a, e)

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7) Obtain exact solutions for equations with analytical solutions (a) 8) Obtain dimensionless forms of a viscous flow problem and identify relevant dimensionless parameters (a, e) 9) Describe equipment needed for measuring key parameters for studying a viscous fluid problem (b, e) 10) Understand how experiments are conducted to measure key parameters for studying a viscous problem (b, e) 11) Identify, analyze and interpret data from viscous flow problems (a, b, j) 12) Develop skills for searching literatures and internet to find examples and solutions of chemical processing-related viscous problems (a, i) 13)
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