CHE304-051
Homework 6 SOLUTIONS
100 points | DUE 6/9/16
Summer 2016
1. [25 pts] Water at 93.3C is being pumped from a large storage tank at 1 atm abs at a rate of
0.189 m3/min by a pump. The motor that drives the pump supplies energy to the pump at the
ra
CHE3 54 Fluid Flow Operations Homework #11
Fall 2015 Due 11/10/15
1. Geankoplis 3.2-1 Note: density of CC14 is 1595 kg/m3 at 20°C.
2. Geankoplis 3.2-5 Note: density of Hg is 13,600 kg/m3 at 20°C
3. Geankoplis 3.2-7
4. Geankoplis 3.3-1
5. Geankoplis 3.3-3
TO: Dr. Ryan Summers
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DATE: September 22nd, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #5
Dr. Summers:
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FROM: Joseph Nelson
DATE: September 29th, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #6
Dr. Summers:
Please find attached my solutions to homework set #6. Attached are five pages. My comments on
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FROM: Joseph Nelson
DATE: September 15th, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #4
Dr. Summers:
Please find attached my solutions to homework set #4. Attached are three pages. My comments
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FROM: Joseph Nelson
DATE: September 6th, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #3
Dr. Summers:
Please find attached my solutions to homework set #3. Attached are three pages. My comments
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DATE: September 1st, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #2
Dr. Summers:
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DATE: August 25th, 2016
SUBJECT: Homework Set #1
Dr. Summers:
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CHE304 Lecture 6
Margaret Liu
September 13, 2016
2.6C Overall Mass-Balance Equation (continued)
Generalized Overall Mass-Balance Equation
Example problem (Example 2.6-2):
-1-
CHE 304 Lecture 6
ML
Ans:
Total mass balance for the net total mass efflux
Rate
CHE304 Lecture 4
Margaret Liu
September 06, 2016
2.4A Newtons Law and Viscosity (Review)
Group Exercise: Shear Stress = Force per unit area
Q1. Label the shear stresses in the following systems, according to
the coordinate system indicated on the left.
Q2
CHE304: Lecture 1
Margaret Liu
August 18, 2016
1.1B Fundamental Transport Processes
1. Momentum transfer = fluid flow
2. Heat transfer = convection, conduction, radiation
3. Mass transfer = diffusion, separation
1.2A-C Units
SI
CGS
= Systme International
CHE304 Lecture 5
Margaret Liu
September 8, 2016
2.5B Laminar and Turbulent Flow (Review)
Two types of fluid flow in a pipe or between two flat plates:
Laminar
Turbulent
Re < 2100
Re > 4000
Reynolds Number = Rex =
x
where = average velocity of the fluid (i
CHE304-002 Lecture 3
Margaret Liu
August 25, 2016
2.3A General Molecular Transport Equation and General Property Balance
rate of transfer process =
z =
where
z (psi) =
driving force
resistance
d
dz
flux per unit time per unit cross-sectional area
cfw_
pr
CHE304 Lecture 2
Margaret Liu
August 23, 2016
2.2B Pressure in a Fluid
Q: The absolute pressure at the bottom of the tank is 240 kPa.
What is the density of the unknown Fluid A?
Ans:
Water
A
2m
4m
Group Exercise:
What is the pressure in our atmosphere at
CHE304: Lecture 10
September 25, 2014
Review from last lecture:
§2.7 Overall Energy Balance
Three types of energy:
1. 90404 {J = Energy due to position of mass in a gravitational eld
2. K CAI/itd = Energy due to motion of mass
3. may {,4 of = All other en
CHE3 54 Fluid F low Operations Homework #10
Fall 2015 Due 10/27/15
0) Geankoplis 3.1-2
2. Geankoplis 3.1-5
3. Geankoplis 3.1-10
Geankoplis 3.1-12
5. Air at 1 atm abs and 90°F is ﬂowing past a 2-cm diameter sphere in a wind tunnel. Calculate
the drag coef
CHE354 Fluid Flow Operations Homework #7
Fall 2015 Due 10/01/15
1. Geankoplis 2.8-3 Find the force on the wall in both the x- and y-directions
2. Geankoplis 2.8-5 (Hint: See Fig. 2.8-5b and discussion on pages 81-83 of your book.)
3. Geankoplis 2.8—6
4. G
CHE354 Fluid Flow Operations Homework #6
Fall 2015 Due 9/24/15
1. Geankoplis 2.7-1
2. Geankoplis 2.7-3
3. Geankoplis 2.7-6
4. Geankoplis 2.7-7
5. Geankoplis 2.7-9
6. Water exits a 5-nozzle sprayer to the atmosphere as shown below. Calculate the volumetric
CHE354 Fluid Flow Operations Homework #5
Fall 2015 Due 9/17/15
1. 2,000 L/min of water ﬂows through a circular section with an inside diameter of 300 mm that
later reduces to a 150-mm diameter section. Calculate the average velocity (in m/s) of ﬂow
in eac
CHE354
Fall 2015
l.
Homework #3
Due 9/ 3/ l 5
Fluid Flow Operations
Geankoplis 2.2-3
Geankoplis 2.4-1
. Geankoplis 2.4-2
For the differential manometer shown below, calculate the pressure difference between
points A and B (PA— P13) in psi. The speciﬁc g