errata-BSL2_dc2001-10-16_(1st_printing)

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Unformatted text preview: (Version: 16 October 2001) Corrigenda for Transport Phenomena (2d Edition, 1st Printing) (In designating line locations, "a" means "from above" and "b" means "from below") Page Location Reads Should Read 14 Table 1.1-2 The kinematic viscosities for air and water are too large by a factor of 100 22 Fig. 1.3-1 On the horizontal axis, the T r values after 1.0 should be 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 23 Fn 1, line 2a kinetic energy kinetic theory 31 Eq 1.5-9 exp 0.408 exp (0.408 37 Prob 1A.1, Ans 1300 10- 7 lb m ft s 1.4 10- 4 lb m ft s 38 Prob 1A.3 The predicted viscosities of oxygen, nitrogen, and methane in centipoises are 0.0202, 0.0172, & 0.0107 respectively 38 Prob 1A.4, Ans 0.013515 cp 0.01317 cp 38 Prob 1A.5, Ans 0.0131 cp 0.0130 cp. 44 3 lines above z z v z z Eq. 2.2-10 49 After Eq. 2.3-7 r rz r rz 59 Eq 2.6-5 - R r 2 + R r 4- R r 2 + R r 4 cos 59 Eq 2.6-6 3 2 v r R r 4 sin 3 2 v R R r 4 sin 62 Prob 2A.1 wall length wall width 62 Prob 2A.3, Ans 0.108 ft 3 s 0.110 ft 3 s 64 Fig 2B.6 2 rL 2 r rL 65 Prob 2B.7 rod of diameter rod of radius 65 Prob 2B.7 F F z Ans. (c),(d) 2- 2 77 Eq 3.1-2, line 2 y + x y + y 104 Prob 3A.3 32.19 ft/s 32.19 ft/s 2 104 Prob 3A.3 712 713 (if the pressure dependence of the density is included) 105 Prob 3A.6 (Ans) 60 60C 115 4 lines before Fig. 4.4-1 Fig. 4.1-4 Eq 4.1-1 123 Table 4.2-1 with v z = 0 with no with v z = 0 and no 2nd column 141 Prob 4A.1 (title) steady flow steady state 141 Prob 4A.1 (Ans) 22 s 0.22 s 142 Prob 4A.6 (title) equations formulas 146 Prob 4C.1 (b-e) 4.4-14 and 15 4C.1-1 and 4C.1-2 172 Prob 5A.1 (Ans) 42 and 1.8 26 and 1.1 173 Last line of text ...for the fluid. ...for the fluid, and J is the total momentum flow defined analog- ously to Eq. 5.6-2. 174 Line 1a Eq. 5.4-2 Eq. 5.4-3 174 Prob 5C.2(j) line z = constant plane z = constant 174 Eq. 5C.1-10 w = 2 3 3 J z W w = 2 3 3 J Wz 180 1 line after flow in circular flow in smooth Eq. 6.2-3 tubes circular tubes 186 Table in text The only contribution The only contribution to f , is the friction to f is the friction drag drag (if the tubes are smooth) 189 Line 1a near flow around flow near 193 Prob 6A.1 1.97 m/s 1.97 m 3 /s 193 Prob 6A.1 82 diameters 32 diameters 193 Prob 6A.1 4630 and 21.5 4700 and 33 193 Prob 6A.3 4070 gal/hr 68 U. S. gal/hr 193 Prob 6A.4 5.00 mm 0.5 cm f = 396 f = 3.96 10 2 = 370 cp = 3.7 10 2 cp 194 Eq 6A.7-3 ( z z 194 Prob 6A.7 (a) Verify...2.4. Verify that, for de- veloped laminar flow, Eqs. 6A.7-1 and 3 with the tabulated K values are consistent with Eq. 2.4-16....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2011 for the course CHEN 6645 taught by Professor Drskliar during the Spring '11 term at University of Utah.

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