Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
504.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #5
Due 10/13/15
Problem 1.) Consider the steady, two-dimensional problem shown below. Two
adjacent sides of a square rod are insulated, a
Problem 1
Homework #5 Solutions
Steady Conduction in a Square Rod with a Heat Source
y
=0
l
= 0
x
0
2
=0
+1=0
= 0
y
0
= (x , y)
Constant heating rate (Hv)
Basis functions from
Case II in Table 5-2.
l
x
Form of solution:
(x, y) =
n (y)n (x)
n=0
n (x) =
Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
504.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #6
Due 10/20/15
Problem 1). As shown below, a solid plate inclined at an angle relative to horizontal
is being withdrawn from a liqui
Homework #5 Solutions
Problem 2
Irrotational and Viscous Flows past a Sphere
Axisymmetric ow
r
+
vz = U
z
R
(a) Determine v and P for irrotational ow.
Stream function (axisymmetric, sphere):
vr
r2
1
,
sin
Irrotational ow:
v
1
r sin r
2
sin
+ 2
2
r
r
EN 540.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #8 - Due 11/3/15
1. Consider the problem of flow past a heated plate:
T=0
u=Gy
everywhere
y
d
T=0
T=1
x=0
G y T = a
x
T
= 0
T
2T 2T
x2 + y2
(
= 0
x=L
)
L
T
= 1
Q=
-k T dx
y
y>0
y=0, x>0
0
y=0, x<0
a). By u
Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
540.652 Tranport Phenomena II
Homework #3
Due 9/22/15
1.) In this problem you will look at fluid flow within two concentric cylinder. As
depicted below, the inner
Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
504.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #4
Due 9/29/15
Problem 1. In an important paper on the structure of suspensions undergoing shear,
Graham and Bird (Ind. Eng. Chem. Funda
Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
504.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #9
Due Thursday 12/3/15
Problem 1. Measuring Binary Gas Diffusivity. The Loschmidt diffusion cell is used to
experimentally determine binary gas diffusivity.
Fall 2015
Professor Gagnon
504.652 Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #7
Due Tuesday 10/27/15
1.) For ideal potential flow, calculate the forces on a cylinder imbedded in a
plane as depicted below. You m
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540.303 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I (3 credits; Spring 2013)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00-9:50 AM Maryland Hall 110
Instructor: Professor K. Konstantopoulos, NEB 114
Tel.: (410) 516-6290 Fax: (410) 516-5510 e-mail: konstant@jhu.edu
Office Hours: Monday: 5:00