CHE 3333 Course Organization - Fall 2011

CHE 3333 Course Organization - Fall 2011 - ChE 3333...

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Page 1 of 5 ChE 3333 INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORT PHENOMENA Fall 2011 Instructor: Martin (Marty) S. High, P.E., Ph.D., J.D. School of Chemical Engineering Oklahoma State University 423 Engineering North Skype: highms (405) 744-5280 [email protected] Course Description : Molecular concepts of mass, momentum, and thermal energy diffusion. Theories and correlations for transport properties of viscosity, thermal conductivity, and diffusivity. Shell balance techniques to derive differential equations of change. Application of ODEs to simple transport phenomena problems. Turbulent flow analysis. Use of CFD software for analysis. Course Prerequisites: Admission to ChE Professional School. Class Hours: MWF 9:30 – 10:20. I am always happy to answer questions before class. I have a class right after this one so most times I will just have to run. Required Textbook: Robert S. Brodkey and Harry C. Hershey, Transport Phenomena, Volume 1: A Unified Approach, Brodkey Publishing (2003). Optional Textbook: Robert S. Brodkey and Harry C. Hershey, Transport Phenomena, Volume 2: A Unified Approach, Brodkey Publishing (2003). Office Hours: Office hours are by appointment. Please call or email to schedule an appointment. I am very generous with my time (I want to talk to you about the course and anything chemical engineering). EMAIL Correspondence: When sending me email about the course, please make sure to include “ChE 333” somewhere in the subject line of the email so as to avoid being considered spam by the OSU email system. Introduction: This course is designed to teach a theoretical and application-based understanding of the types of transport phenomena as they apply to gases, liquids and solids. The course will cover in detail the relationship between mass, momentum, and energy transport and the respective transport property values for diffusivity, viscosity, and thermal conductivity. A
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Page 2 of 5 strong mathematical emphasis will be placed on deriving, simplifying, and solving the governing transport phenomena equations. The knowledge you acquire in this course will serve as a foundation for understanding the topics covered in other chemical engineering courses including the design and operation of heat and mass transport equipment. Upon the completion of this course students should possess: a qualitative understanding of mass, thermal energy, and momentum transport from a molecular viewpoint the ability to perform heat, mass, and momentum balances on a differential element and apply constitutive equations to obtain the governing ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and partial differential equations (PDEs), as well as the appropriate initial conditions and boundary conditions the ability to solve transport ODEs analytically for simple systems to obtain velocity, temperature, and concentration profiles or transients. the ability to obtain and use transport property values (viscosity, thermal conductivity, and
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